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Introduction to Neuromarketing

Dali’s Brain-Trees

It has been a long time since I left my blog apart. Main reason was my creativity has been hardly affected by a lot of information and curiosities about Marketing and its tools to develop efficient campaigns.

I took some time to train my mind. I started studying “neuromarketing”.

I am not going to provide you any Wikipedia’s definition about the neuromarketing’s meaning, but I’m going to tell you about its essence allows you to do: Professional Psychological Manipulation, in a way that seems so easy it may seem logical. Therefore you may think that you have already know all the techniques before, but you’re not, probably you are so submitted that your brain has incorporated it as natural and common uses.

Neuromarketing was born from Neuroeconomics and Psychology. Its most common application is: to analyse trends, to evaluate decisions of consumers and to manipulate consumers through advertisement tools to stimulate several brain areas linked to pleasure and addition.

In the next posts I will describe some neuromarketing tools affecting us as consumers every second and as well, I will provide all of you interested in the science of market areas, the know-how to apply that tools and ensure the success through this physicological-field of marketing.

Hope you enjoy it!!


Branding Meaning: The Stronghold Solution



Commonly, when I am defining the meaning of “Branding”, my listeners put the same confused face, as if they were reading a medical prescription. But since I start to be interested in Marketing and its specific issues, I noticed that the communication problem was not only affecting to me, there were many others marketing professionals suffering the same inability to became understood while talking about: “What Branding Really Means”

Submissive using poetic allegories, Branding can be understood as a stronghold, therefore, every brand’s strategy must be focused on positioning, which would mean: to built our stronghold in the quietest and safest place possible.


Moreover, our aim, as that stronghold‘s owners, is to offer help to those people who are not protected.
In fact our goal is to propose to them: security and tranquility in the safest place of the world (even if we are exaggerating), for a modest price.

So, the aim of Branding would never been to generate a better stronghold than the competitor’s ones, probably their technology could be better or their design could be utilitarian than ours. The main aim is that people conceived our stronghold, as the only security solution so, instead of wanted it they need it, all them know it, and all them are unable to comfort with another one.


First step: Positioning.

To define who are you, why you are the only solution, why people would feel “safe in your stronghold”.

Second step: Communication.

Make sure you are in the right place and talking with people in the right medium, with the right words. Then create a memorable cause and drive your idea and its power to get customers by the lapels, lifted from the ground and say that they would be stupid by chose a different “stronghold” than yours.

Third step: From the outside.

All brands constructed from the outside. Branding tips for success based on:

  • Focus in consumers feelings. Advertisement would penetrate the consumers minds. Make sure you are not falling into notoriety or awareness strategies, that for Advertisers is not your issue as a “Brander”.
  • Zero mistakes allowed. Good Branding does not permit to generate any confusion, avoid that added value to succeed.
  • Leadership is not objectionable. Branding does not understand about ambition’s limits.

In the next articles I will focus on solving the following equation:

Branding = Expansion + Concentration + Communication + Knowledge + Words + Credentials + Quality + Category + Name + Extensions + Fellowship + Generic + Corporation + Sub-brands + Brotherhood + Product + Barriers + Coherence + Mortality + Singularity

The first step: Content Marketing

The more understandable definition of “Content emergin” as a Marketing Technique is the folloween one:

Content marketing is a marketing technique apply to create and distribute relevant and valuable content to attract, acquire, and engage a clearly defined, and understood, target audience – with the objective of driving profitable customer action

In this era, the content marketing strategy has gone from the “client push” to “client pull”, which means the application of new methods ensuring that the company is able to reach customer’s emotions, implying their satisfaction and also their fidelity in the brand.

The first question you should ask is, Why this type of strategies are better than other ones?

At least there are three topics of marketing interesting information:

  • Branding:  Relevant content, clear and well proposed generates higher reputation for the brand.
  • Traffic: Relevant content is shared online, this involves promotion on the Social Media, the more promotion the more links posted and the more links =  more traffic.
  • Reliability: Relevant content generates more confidence in the brand.

The second question should be: Where can we apply this strategy?

The most innovative tools that focuses on this kind of marketing-application are: E-books, Newsletters and social interest online publications.
Adequacy, segmentation would perform first to ensure that the suitable content reaches the main client. After that, we look for the medium that best ensure greater impact on these clients.

But, in any case, whatever the medium of choice may be, we have to understand that content marketing is placed at the rise of the marketing strategies pyramid. Its development allows us to elaborate: mobile marketing, social media marketing… among others.

In conclusion, the content marketing seeks emotion through information, and information has to be our first step whenever we design a marketing plan.

Fashion Industry belongs to Marketing

Louis Vuitton Ad Campaign

What makes someone want to spend $500 on a pair of shoes or $200 on a T-shirt? 

The main reason is Marketing. After the designers come up with the latest trends, it is up to fashion marketers to figure out how to get people to buy the stuff. So the Fashion Marketing aim is to move products from the catwalks to the customers’ closets.

As any specific industry marketing application, the plan based marketers begins with the environmental scan process. The information provides a platform for moving forwards and knowing where you can compete in the market and who you are trying to sell to.

But, despite of this primitive ideas, there is something taking part in the Fashion Marketing World that we must be concern of: Emotions.

Ever since the society began to believe in Fashion as a sign of class distinction, The clothes and accessories industry became an emotional need. Belief still nowadays, if we would develop the algebraic formula of “Fashion”, there would be no excused absence for the following items:

F. = Timeless + Universal + Veering + Socially + Quenching  

Therefore, the Fashion Marketing needs to be the key to satisfy the needs of consumers and firms. But these needs to be covered are highly convoluted, which means is easy for firms to get confuse and also for not been able to positioning themselves and to adequately reach customers.

Related specially to fashion, one theory groups potential customers into four main categories:

  • McFashion

Fashion equivalence to the fast food: cheap and chic, available all over the globe. This market is pretty focus on value for money.

Zara Store

Zara Store

  • International superbrands

Opposite end of market to McFashion. Firms led by notion of couture, which are the drivers behind the aspirational elements of fashion.

Christian Louboutin Store

Christian Louboutin Store

  • London, NY and Paris style

Fashion scenes recognized  internationally for their creativity and flourishing market. Style icons.

Burberry Spring Catwalk in the London Fashion Week

Burberry Spring Catwalk in the London Fashion Week

  • Micro Markets

Most directional in regards to the future of clothing and fashion. Meaning multi dimensional and multi style group and related to consumer moods or customized clothing.

Nike's Webpage

Nike's Webpage

Pretending to answer the question with which I began this post, the fact that makes people want to spent a considerable amount of money on fashion is the materialistic need, to became part of  a distinctive, luxury, society class because of the acceptance, imitation and belonging.

Feelings and emotions created by marketing strategies that position the firm and recovered the brand, because the product will never be important, what matters is to fill that need for acceptance, mark it and exploit it.

Andrea Gamero

The Landing Page

Online advertising is not everything, the positioning strategies help but not assure success and Facebook does not buy, it only introduce you to possible future customers. So, Which is the key to get profit of our online media and to our company to succeed?

The landing page is probably the most important tool on the Internet media. It guarantees us the customer feedback, total handling of any type of information and a highest ability to branding strategies.
 But what is the meaning of a landing page?

As the name implies, this website is the web page where the client arrives after having clicked on an online ad or a promotional link.

What we will find in these pages?

An extension of the advertisement, which explains in detail the product or service offer promoted. We can also find test campaign.  Marketers used the landing pages to measure the impact of promotional campaigns, before launchinginto the market. In this last sense and according to the report Anne Holland in, ” The 60% professionals in the e-mail marketing who respond to the survey, affirmed that they would prefer to test their marketing campaigns using the tests split A / B, on the landing pages”

How many landing pages we can have operating online?

As many as you can manage. Most companies have multiple landing pages, not only for different products, but also for the same product depending on the ad or link that users click on. This fact optimizes the segmentation and enables companies to different strategies or campaigns, depending on the users. That is why the landing pages are also known as “jumping pages”, “splash pages”.

To conclude, the following image represents the landing page of the new online reader of “The New York Times”:

The NewYork Times Landing Page.

What are the good points of this landing page?

  • Show technological innovations by presenting online videos.
  • Show luxury by presenting its application with one of the the best products from Apple (Macbook Pro)
  • Allows the customers to reach the subscription page without intermediaries from outside the company.

Even this one was a good example of a landing page we should know, as interested in marketing, that the impact would become higher if the companies introduces promotions or discounts at this page.