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Webs of Influence by Nathalie Nahai

Webs of Influence by Nathalie Nahai

Book Review: Webs of Influence: The Psychology of Online Persuasion by Nathalie Nahai I read a lot of marketing books, but it’s rare to find one that so closely matches my own interests. Nathalie Nahai’s Webs of Influence focuses on the intersection of web design and persuasion psychology. It’s safe to say that if you [...]

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How to Turn a Thank You into Higher Sales, and More: Roger’s Picks

How to Turn a Thank You into Higher Sales, and More: Roger’s Picks

Here’s some of the interesting stuff we’ve gathered during the last 7 days… add your own find in a comment!

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Pronoun Power, Looong Content, Buffett’s Billion, and More – Roger’s Picks

Pronoun Power, Looong Content, Buffett’s Billion, and More – Roger’s Picks

It was a busy week between speaking gigs in New Orleans and Austin, but never fear – I’ve still got a great selection of the best content I found during the last 7 days! Did you [related: see pronoun article below] find a fascinating feature or amazing article? Leave a comment with a link to [...]

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Subliminal Messages, SXSW Neuromarketing, Formula for a Bestseller, More – Roger’s Picks

Subliminal Messages, SXSW Neuromarketing, Formula for a Bestseller, More – Roger’s Picks

Another week, another batch of content for your reading pleasure. Whether you want to turn your book into a bestseller or develop an app that’s as addictive as an illegal drug, we’ve got something for you!

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Neuro-content, Female Superiority, Now! Power, and More – Roger’s Picks

Neuro-content, Female Superiority, Now! Power, and More – Roger’s Picks

Here are our picks of content worth reading from around the Web this week… Did you find something worth sharing? Leave a link in a comment!

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Riddle: When Is Twitter Like an Elevator?

Riddle: When Is Twitter Like an Elevator?

Travel enough, and you encounter a lot of elevators. This simple device can offer some interesting user experience lessons. Some are bizarre ones, like the incomprehensible control system I described in Don’t Redesign Your Elevator! The other day, in a perfectly fine Southern California hotel, I found elevators whose control panels all showed a virtually [...]

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Fonts That Create Emotions, and More – Roger’s Picks

Fonts That Create Emotions, and More – Roger’s Picks

We’re trying something new here at Neuromarketing – a quick digest of interesting articles we found this week. Expect an eclectic mix of marketing, neuroscience, psychology, digital, and stuff that doesn’t fit in any of those categories. Cat videos, too! Well, probably no cat videos… but if we find something particularly amusing, we’ll share it!

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The Future of Web Design May Be Ugly

The Future of Web Design May Be Ugly

We’ve seen a variety of disastrous web design trends over the years. Remember splash pages? All-Flash sites? Frames? We may be on the cusp of a new trend: unstyled ugliness.

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Best of Neuromarketing – 2013

Best of Neuromarketing – 2013

It’s time for our annual roundup of the top 12 posts here at Neuromarketing. The main criteria for selection is the amount of reader sharing and overall views. I find that the discerning readers here are great at identifying the most useful content, so a “crowdsourced” approach makes sense. If I missed your favorite, leave [...]

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Is Your Web Developer Planting Hidden Customer Experience Land Mines?

Is Your Web Developer Planting Hidden Customer Experience Land Mines?

Is your web developer (or IT team) sabotaging your customer experience in ways that aren’t easily spotted? You are likely already looking carefully at the pages, forms, content, and other visible elements to ensure that nothing is amiss there. But even when everything on the surface checks out fine, there may be hidden traps that [...]

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