Want to look smarter? You might think performing this simple action will make you look dumb, but the opposite is true according to a Harvard Business School study.
My favorite free to-do app, reviews of other apps, advice from habit experts, and a few brain-based to-do productivity boosters.
Software giant Microsoft has been granted a patent for glasses that, the patent claims, can measure human emotions. Of particular interest is that the glasses are intended to work in both directions: they measure both the emotional state of the wearer as well as those of people the wearer can see. […]
Your site's design can reduce visitor engagement, which will lower your conversion rate and profits. Learn how to track engagement and see examples of how to improve it.
Here's the first of Roger's Tools and Hacks topics - a review of the Grid-It Organizer and photos of how he uses it to make swapping laptop luggage easy and fast.
Want to be more productive? Need more time in your day? Get tips, tools, and hacks from Roger in a new section. And, since this is a departure from our other content at Neuromarketing, there's a one-checkbox poll to vote for or against this new section.
A recent test described by WhichTestWon showed adding a single line of text to a web page could boost sales, from a few percent to 200+%. Yet, very few websites use this technique. Do you?
Getting your business portrait photo taken? Meeting new people at a networking event? Here's some counter-intuitive advice...