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Is Your Brand Ready for Micro-moments?

 

I found myself in the drugstore the other day having the following conversation with my 15-year-old daughter:

 

Me:  OK, here are the toothbrushes, just pick one.

Her: (Gets her phone out) I need to see which one’s best.

Me:  You’re researching a toothbrush? (mind you, this is a bristle brush and not an electric model)

Her:  It will only take me a couple of seconds.

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Concept Optimization for Today’s Marketer: Cost Effective and Fast

Issue: A company that was established in food-based nutritional products was having an internal debate. Would consumers welcome their brand in the realm of dietary supplements, particularly omega-3s? Would current supplement users have a reason to switch brands? And what equity elements should they carry over from their existing lines?

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HBR: “Your Team Is Brainstorming All Wrong,”

Fountainhead: “Nope, We’ve Been Doing It Correctly With Great Results”

 

Trash talking “brainstorming” seems to be quite the thing these days. And we get it. We’ve suffered through endless brainstorm sessions where the moderator didn’t adhere to best practices, so all that resulted was a list of mediocre thoughts and demoralized participants.

 

That’s why we practice what we preach. If you want a productive brainstorming session, please follow these principles.

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Neuromarketing: A Flyover

You may hear some buzz about neuromarketing, or “System 1 Thinking,” an emerging approach to marketing research that combines three well-established disciplines of brain science to give a new perspective on human behavior and give insight into nonconscious decision-making:

  • Neuroscience – the study of the human nervous system
  • Behavioral economics – the study of how people make economic decisions
  • Social psychology – the study of how people think and act in the presence of other people
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Engaged Employees

Engagement and Profitability

Sixty-eight percent (68%!) of employees are not engaged in their work. That’s a huge number and comes from a study released by Gallup in 2016. This means that only 32 percent of employees are indeed engaged, which translates to the majority of people in workplaces feeling a bit lackluster and unmotivated by what they are doing every day.

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A Primer on Segmentation Types

Many of our clients ask for a quantitative segmentation to be done on their brand’s target audience. This almost always leads to an interesting discussion regarding types of segmentations. (Here’s where we hope some of you say, “Hey, I didn’t realize there were varying types.”)

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