Do You Always Give The Customer What They Want, Even When It’s Not Good For Them?

I had an interesting exchange with a partner this week regarding a project for a client. The client is a rental property owner who wants a new website. She’s starting completely from scratch. So far all of her marketing has been through sites like Airbnb and VRBO, but she wants to branch out. The client has admitted that she knows very little about marketing, especially digital marketing and has so far been impressed with our team’s extensive knowledge. The [...]

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Science of Persuasion Video

This is an awesome video on the science of persuasion based on concepts that were studied and proven by Robert Cialdini, professor emeritus of Psychology and Marketing at Arizona State University: There is a science to how we are persuaded. The human brain needs short cuts or rules of thumb to guide decision making. The 6 universal shortcuts for decision making are:Reciprocity Scarcity Authority Consistency Liking ConsensusCan this science be applied to sales and marketing? Share your thoughts on this video in the comments below [...]

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More of Levinson’s Lists of Marketing Media

In his book, Guerrilla Marketing: Easy and Inexpensive Strategies for Making Big Profits from Your Small Business, Jay Conrad Levinson describes multiple different marketing streams. He explains how do-it-yourself business owners, or Guerrilla Marketers, can market their small business on a low budget. Within the book he classifies media into two categories, Minimedia and Maximedia. He also describes emedia, infomedia, human media, and non-media. His lists on minimedia and maximedia have been previously published. The following are his remaining [...]

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Levinson’s List of Maximedia Marketing

In his book, Guerrilla Marketing: Easy and Inexpensive Strategies for Making Big Profits from Your Small Business, Jay Conrad Levinson describes multiple different marketing streams. He explains how do-it-yourself business owners, or Guerrilla Marketers, can market their small business on a low budget. Within the book he classifies media into two categories, Minimedia and Maximedia. He also describes emedia, infomedia, human media, and non-media. The following is his list of maximedia marketing streams:Newspapers Magazines Radio Television Outdoor Advertising Direct Mail MarketingThis edition of Guerrilla [...]

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Levinson’s List of Minimedia Marketing

In his book, Guerrilla Marketing: Easy and Inexpensive Strategies for Making Big Profits from Your Small Business, Jay Conrad Levinson describes multiple different marketing streams. He explains how do-it-yourself business owners, or Guerrilla Marketers, can market their small business on a low budget. Within the book he classifies media into two categories, Minimedia and Maximedia. He also describes emedia, infomedia, human media, and non-media. The following is his list of minimedia marketing streams:Canvassing Business Cards Personal Letters Telephone Marketing Circulars Brochures Classified Advertising Gift Certificates Signs: Big [...]

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Concluding Details of Neuromarketing Book

The book Neuromarketing, by Patrick Renvoise & Christophe Morin, combines neuroscience with marketing. Neuroscience is the study of the brain and nerves. While it is based on neuroscience research, it is written for the common person, and you don’t have to have a neuroscience background to understand it. The book has clear, actionable information that will help you become a better marketer and sales person for your business, your clients and yourself. By knowing how the old brain (the [...]

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Neuromarketing Book Summary Part III

The book Neuromarketing, Understanding the “Buy Buttons” in Your Customer’s Brain, by Patrick Renvoise & Christophe Morin, combines neuroscience with marketing. Neuroscience is the study of the brain and nervous system. A better understanding of how people think and make decisions can facilitate your marketing efforts. If you follow these tips, you’ll likely see an increase in conversion rate and sales. While this book is based on neuroscience, it is written for the common person. The chapters are short [...]

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Neuromarketing Book Summary Part II

The book Neuromarketing, Understanding the “Buy Buttons” in Your Customer’s Brain, by Patrick Renvoise & Christophe Morin, combines neuroscience with marketing. Neuroscience is the study of the brain and nervous system. A better understanding of how people think and make decisions can facilitate your marketing efforts. If you follow these tips, you’ll likely see an increase in conversion rate and sales. While this book is based on neuroscience, it is written for the common person. The chapters are short [...]

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Neuromarketing Book Summary Part I

The book Neuromarketing, Understanding the “Buy Buttons” in Your Customer’s Brain, by Patrick Renvoise & Christophe Morin, combines neuroscience with marketing. Neuroscience is the study of the brain and nervous system. A better understanding of how people think and make decisions can facilitate your marketing efforts. If you follow these tips, you’ll likely see an increase in conversion rate and sales. While this book is based on neuroscience, it is written for the common person. The chapters are short [...]

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The 200 Weapons of Guerrilla Marketing

In his book, Guerrilla Marketing, Easy and Inexpensive Strategies for Making Big Profits from Your Small Business (2007), Jay Conrad Levinson lists the following marketing resources, tips and strategies. He categorizes these resources into digital and non-digital media, both on small scales and large scales. He calls the small scale media “minimedia” and large scale media “maximedia”. Some of the items on the list aren’t actually media streams at all, but they’re still considered tools and “weapons” for marketing. He calls [...]

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