New research in neuroscience
An upscale hotel in Amsterdam sells a hamburger for about $20. That probably isn't much out of line with similar meals at big-city hotels, but this establishment uses an interesting technique to make its prices seem a bit more justifiable.…
Animation has the ability to hijack our attention, keep us watching, and boost recall. Compare two versions of the same video, with and without animation.
A new study sheds light on ranking psychology and the best way to promote a brand or product that makes a top list.
New research shows that all social proof isn't equal - one kind is more persuasive.
Our brains evaluate trust in a face in as little as 33 milliseconds, before we consciously are aware of the face.
It's always tough to choose the year's best Neuromarketing posts, but with our readers doing most of the heavy lifting, here's the Best of Neuromarketing, 2015!
Trying to close a deal? Get a commitment from a big donor? Or, just build a stronger connection with someone? The most critical time for achieving that goal may be the ten minutes before you talk about business. (more…)
Is one product image enough for ecommerce sites? The TMI Effect says that in many cases, adding more images reduces sales.
Eyes convey trust and attractiveness. With a few adjustments to your photos you can boost both of these characteristics.
Split testing shows too much product information can actually reduce sales - here are four ways to avoid the TMI Effect.