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sensory marketing

How To Sell a $20 Burger

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.…

Mega-Recap for Roger’s Picks

My "picks" went on vacation over the holidays, and then got off to a slow start in the new year. So, this edition is a big catch-up on my own content from here, Forbes, and my podcasts at RogerDooley.com, along with a few tasty morsels from…

Sensory Marketing in a Business Card

We think of print as primarily a visual medium and a challenge to use for sensory marketing. You generally can't smell it, taste it, or hear it. But touch can come into play in many kinds of print media. Hence, you sometimes see the use of…

Persuade with Visual Metaphors

While we think of metaphors as mainly word-based, visual metaphors can be a potent selling tool. They can both engage the brain like text metaphors and stimulate the viewer's senses in a way that words alone may not. (more…)

Musical Beans… Really!

Beans have a well-deserved reputation for being a multi-sensory product. Remember the "musical fruit" ditty? But it's no joking matter for Heinz, who teamed up with food artists Bompas & Parr to create a unique promotion for its Beanz…

Persuade with Silky Smooth Copy

It shouldn't surprise Neuromarketing readers that choice of words is important when writing headlines, taglines, or copy, but brain scans show how specific words can have the same meaning but activate different areas of the brain. Emory…

The Neuromarketing of Burgers

There's hardly a shortage of places to buy hamburgers in the US, but the restaurant chain Five Guys has opened 300 stores in the last five years, and has contracts for many more. Locally, I'd been hearing about the fantastic hamburgers and…

Sensory Marketing to Jolt Espresso Sales

One of the keys to the phenomenal success of Starbucks has been that its stores offer a consistent and appealing sensory experience. The music, colors, and lighting are all important, but clearly the wonderful coffee aroma is what dominates…