Some of my readers may know I’m working on a book that expands on my Persuasion Slide™ model. It’s a framework I developed for helping marketers and other persuaders think about each element of the persuasion process.
Are you looking for a career in neuromarketing, or as some prefer to call it, consumer neuroscience? How should you pursue that goal? Is such a goal even a good idea? I’ll try to provide answers, or at least some information that will let you arrive at your own answers.
This year’s Habit Summit, organized by Nir Eyal (author of the best-selling Hooked), proved to be one of the more interesting conferences I’ve attended or spoken at. The focus was on building habit-forming products, and the speakers were carefully selected to provide a unique perspective on that process.
Lack of validation of neuromarketing techniques in controlled academic studies has been a sore spot for years. Scientific claims don’t get much credence if they haven’t been published in peer-reviewed journals.