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About Roger Dooley

Roger Dooley writes and speaks about marketing, and in particular the use of neuroscience and behavioral research to make advertising, marketing, and products better. He is the primary author at Neuromarketing, and founder of Dooley Direct LLC, a marketing consultancy. Follow him on Twitter.

Dominate Social Media, the 5-Second Conversion Window, & More – Roger’s Picks

Here’s some of the best stuff I found since last week… add your own great find in a comment! […]

By |June 6th, 2014|

How to Win Arguments, Be Attractive, & More – Roger’s Picks

Heres some of the interesting content we found this week…

Got platform? If you are trying to build your reach, a media approach tops traditional marketing, according to Brian Clark (@brianclark) of Copyblogger. Brian explains why and how in this 68-slide deck: SlideShare: 8 Ways a Digital Media Platform is More Powerful than “Marketing”. […]

By |May 30th, 2014|

Launching a Novel Product – Reader Challenge

Whenever someone subscribes to this blog, they get a welcome email that encourages them to let me know what their biggest marketing challenge is. I reply to every one of these by private email. Sometimes, I have what I hope is a constructive suggestion.

It occurred to me that sharing these brief exchanges (minus any identifying details) might be useful to the rest of the Neuromarketing reader base. So, here’s the first one – the content from the original emails has been edited to preserve privacy and better fit the diverse interests of our readers: […]

By |May 28th, 2014|

Mind Hacks, IBM’s Watson as Marketing Expert, and more – Roger’s Picks

As usual, we’ve been scouring the web to bring you a few can’t miss content items. Here’s this week’s selection, and feel free to add your own in a comment! […]

By |May 23rd, 2014|

Spin Sucks by Gini Dietrich

Book Review:Spin Sucks: Communication and Reputation Management in the Digital Age (Que Biz-Tech) by Gini Dietrich

In a world where public relations firms have been revered for their ability to “spin” stories for their clients, calling a book (and a related website) “Spin Sucks” seems counterintuitive. But, to author Gini Dietrich, it makes perfect sense. […]

By |May 21st, 2014|

The Perfect Landing Page, Story Power, More… Roger’s Picks

We talk a lot about stories here at Neuromarketing, for one reason: our brains love stories, which makes them a powerful tool for marketers. Influence expert Danny Brown (@DannyBrown) hits on a key aspect of successful stories in Why the Human Story Will Always Beat Brand Storytelling. (For more story stories, see Your Brain on Stories, and other story posts.) […]

By |May 16th, 2014|

New Speaker Video

Here’s a new video (trailer-length) filmed at a recent AUSOME online marketing event in Austin. The event had a record number of registrations and attendees. I’ve spoken to larger audiences in bigger venues, but nobody is more engaged than the Austin digital marketing community!
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By |May 16th, 2014|

Why Your Middle Initial Makes You Smarter

Years ago, I stopped using my middle initial on business cards, bylines, and other places. I’m not quite sure why I changed… simplicity? Google? New research shows that making that switch might have been a dumb move. […]

By |May 13th, 2014|

Positive Results from Negative Thinking, Naps, Checkout Psychology… Roger’s Picks

This week’s roundup has a distinctly Austin flavor – we didn’t plan it that way, but brainy marketers are as much a part of the Austin scene as brisket and live music! […]

By |May 8th, 2014|

The No-Spin World of Gini Dietrich

Ask who created the field of public relations, and the most common answer you’ll get is Edward Bernays, the spin doctor of the 20th century. Bernays was famous for both stunts and spin – he’s credited with, among other things, with making smoking cigarettes socially acceptable for women.

Gini Dietrich, founder of media communications firm Arment Dietrich, wants to leave Bernays behind and reinvent the field with an emphasis on truth and transparency. […]

By |May 8th, 2014|