Tag: consumer behaviours
Hit the “buy button” in your consumer’s brain. That’s the goal of every consumer marketer – dead or alive.
However, it isn’t easy to know what goes on inside the brains of your target audiences. Until now…
Why does pain sometimes feel like pleasure? Why do we enjoy music and art even though there aren’t any adaptive advantages? When does “one man’s meat” become “another man’s poison”?
The answers to these human behavioural puzzles (and more) can be found in How Pleasure Works. Written by Yale’s evolutionary psychologist Paul Bloom, the book uncovers the “new science of why we like what we like”. By delving into the fields of anthropology, evolution, history, biology and psychology, the book investigates why we humans are so different compared to our fellow earthlings.
Wish to improve how you persuade your audiences to buy from you? Begin by diving deep into her brain.
Can you compete with the above brands on scale, distribution and price? (image source)
In the world of consumer businesses, there are probably three main ways to differentiate yourself from the hoi polloi.
These form the basis of virtually all forms of competition in marketing.