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A Neuroscientific Approach to Emotional Marketing

Tapping in to someone’s emotional response is more valuable than the verbal response they may give.  That visceral reaction tells us what they are feeling, rather than what they are thinking.   923 more words

Digital

Episode #367 - Show Off Your Accomplishments

Saturday – Try This!

I finally got my hair cut!  It’s a very exciting day… I use “hair cut” to disguise the real message which is I finally had the time to get my hair colored.  313 more words

Marketing

Write your first B2B customer case study

I have been working on some B1B business building projects, and am thrilled to now announce the first one:  write your first B2B customer case study, an online course dedicated to disseminating B2B knowledge.    523 more words

Startup

Episode #326 - "Toot Toot" - Make Some Noise About Yourself.

“Don’t worry about being successful but work toward being significant and the success will follow.” Oprah Winfrey

If you have trouble “tooting” your own horn, think about today’s inspiration.  446 more words

Marketing

Incorporating Social Media Into Your Website

Your visibility on social media sites platforms should be simply one aspect in your general advertising strategy. While it’s an unbelievably beneficial means to get in touch with a broader target market and steer prospective consumers toward your offerings, the majority of services rely upon their site to transform site visitors right into customers or clients. 529 more words

Social Media Sites Widget

Episode #320 - Mouse Trap Mania!

“If you desire to build a better mousetrap, you should know something about mousetraps.” Randal Curry

Can you build a better mousetrap?  Probably not.   But can you speak about your business better than anyone else?  378 more words

Marketing

Chapter 24: You can’t catch a cub without entering the tiger’s den - Part 2

It is therefore not surprising to see a man become tongue-tied when facing a woman he nur­tures special feelings or hopes for. Yet this does not necessarily have to constitute a handi­cap. 774 more words

Communication