Time flies – we’ve published ten episodes of The Brainfluence Podcast already. This seemed like the perfect time to provide a quick guide to these sessions with some of the world’s top experts in persuasion, psychology, neuromarketing, and more. Each episode is about 30 minutes of audio, and the show notes page for each episode (linked below) includes a full text transcript as well as links to any resources mentioned in the discussion. To avoid missing any future episodes, subscribe to The Brainfluence Podcast at iTunes, Stitcher, Podbay.FM, or the player of your choice. […]
We’ve got some particularly good finds this week, with several great user experience-related items. Check ‘em out, add your own!
If you are an engineer, friction is your enemy. That’s even more true if you are a web marketer trying […]
Writers need to think about more than the quality of their writing. They need to worry about the quality of the comments on their content. A recent experiment produced an interesting finding: the presence of low-quality comments on an article caused the article itself to be considered lower in quality. […]
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”. […]
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! […]
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. […]
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.) […]
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!