Have you heard the term "neuromarketing" thrown around often enough in the past years to start wondering what in the world is it? Just another buzzword or have these psychologists (marketers? neuroscientists? charlatans??) come up with something different and worth looking at? Or maybe, all companies are already using the method and you're running behind, desperately late for the party? Let's find out.
Did you one day find yourself writing posts for Facebook and Twitter, promoting products, services, and events? Are you not really sure how to make people click links or at least pay attention to your product announcements? Then this post is for you.
Cognitive biases are repetitive mistakes your mind makes when judging, evaluating, remembering, or making a decision. These mistakes are not unique to you, nor are they simply common. They are built-in our minds the same way our instincts are. They are the shortcuts that evolved so that we think less. Not because nature is cruel like that, but because it takes too much energy to think, and it would take so much more if we thought things through the way we do when trying to answer a math question. Also, we’d probably go insane.
There ain't no rest for the wicked marketers: one of the biggest holidays in terms of customer spending is coming. Valentine's Day is exactly in a month. And you know what that means: getting customers to show their love for each other with your products, jumping on the hype train to grow brand awareness, using a chance to stand out, having a lovely February ROI spike, and entering spring happy, satisfied and full of loooove.
The only pictures that produce a strong positive response in our brains are that of food and attractive people. Knowing that, it would make sense if the only companies making money through ads were Victoria's Secret and Pizza Hut, since we also know that the prettiest food is pizza. But then we remember the billboards, this ancient type of advertising, and recall the beautiful models next to everything: coffee, cars, bolts, printers...
After reading some alarming articles online, I’ve decided to download everything Facebook has on me, report back to you, and make sure all of us know the real risks and how to deal with them. Then I did some research and found ways to limit the data we're exposing to Facebook and third parties. Want to find out more? Dig in!
Hilton is one of the most famous hospitality brands in the world. Hilton Worldwide owns twelve portfolio brands that include over 4,100 hotels and over 680,000 rooms in 91 countries. With that many customers scattered around the world, Hilton is challenged with providing the most convenient channels of communication.
Today we are going to talk about one of the most useful features that could ever be created for social listening tools - Boolean search. Because everyone can type a keyword and wait for the result. But in this article I will show how to do it better.