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What if you could get into the minds of your customers? 

Neuromarketing techniques are based on scientific discoveries of what humans are really thinking. The brain processes thoughts so fast and people buy things so impulsively that it has often been hard to pinpoint why a certain someone makes a decision to purchase. But with neuromarketing principles, getting into the subconscious mind is now becoming easier and more targeted.

The secrets to getting more out of each customer are here. Find out more about decision-making, advertising, and branding by hearing about topics such as:

  • Whether certain neuromarketing techniques apply to your business.
  • The latest findings and trends in neuromarketing.
  • How to improve your advertising campaigns to get a higher return on investment.
  • The best ways to stimulate the senses in consumers’ minds and create a desire to buy.
  • Sneaky methods multimillion-dollar companies use to influence potential customers with packaging, urgency, stimulation, headlines, etc. 
  • The simplest ways to keep someone interested in your store or products and convince them to spend more money.

If you have been marketing your businesses in the old, traditional ways, you are missing out. You may be leaving so much money on the table if you don’t understand what triggers a consumer to actually buy something or spend more on the same products. Branding and pricing psychology matters so much, and yet it still gets overlooked. Be smart and make more money getting a better understanding of humans and marketing. 

Add this audiobook to your cart. You will be amazed with some of the things you’ll learn.

©2018 Vincent Noot (P)2019 Vincent Noot

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A great intro and explaination toNeuromarketing

a great intro to neuromarketing and helps guide and prepare you for deeper research.

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Truly enjoyed this

I mean, what can I say? I loved the contents of this book, and having it right under 1 hour, makes it a little cheaper too. Very informative and very intelligent marketing techniques.

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Gets to the Topic | Ditches the Fluff

I highly recommend for people who want to get to the principles with minimal cursory data to back up the points.

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  • 01-29-19

Got this....

This was a good purchase. Neuromarketing has become a real thing. It's playing into the psychology of the human brain to sell more, and to know what triggers people to make a buying decision. Very useful.

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  • 08-05-20

Too shallow even for beginners

It was such shallow content. All the chapters focus on explaining neuromarketing concept again and again, so in the chapter no.4 there is no point to listen about it.. The examples used are weak, you'd find more descriptive ones in blog posts online. After reading this you won't get farer than "neuromarketing is all about emotions.." Don't waste your time.

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  • K-Pat
  • 03-16-20

Difficult to listen to

The narrators voice follows the same pattern of pitch for each sentence. This makes an already dry subject extremely monotonous. I couldn't go on after persisting for 5 chapters.

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  • Vicente
  • 01-29-19

The brain is interesting

Fragile yet complex, the brain is what makes the ultimate decision on a purchase. Therefore, to understand the workings of that same brain and its reaction to advertising techniques, is the ultimate formula for any company or customer to understand the world in a greater light. I loved this book and I hope you will give it a chance.