Are you advertising on social media?
Do you want more attention for your social media ads?
The way you design your ad impacts how much attention it gets with social media.
In this article you’ll discover what the brain pays attention to and tactics for holding that attention.
How Attraction Works
Each second, your senses are bombarded by over two billion bits of data. The only thing that keeps your brain from being overwhelmed is the reticular activating system [RAS]. This system works like a filter, deciding what data should be passed on to your brain for processing and what should be ignored.
In other words, it decides what you pay attention to.
Are you planning a social media campaign?
Do you wonder why some marketing campaigns are more successful than others?
The recent ALS Ice Bucket Challenge went viral because they used powerful psychological concepts to influence participation.
In this article I’ll share the concepts ALS used to achieve overwhelming success and how you can use them.
#1: Appeal to Indirect Public Commitment
We are more likely to act on and complete a task when we promise ourselves we’ll do it. The obligation is amplified when we make a commitment publicly—we put even more pressure on ourselves to follow through so we don’t risk both personal and public letdown.
Are you reaching the right people at the right time?
Before customers buy your product or service, they go through a process of discovery, learning and understanding.
Customizing your social tactics based on the buying stage increases sales.
In this article you’ll discover tactics that engage customers at each buying stage and move them toward the final sale.
Why Segment for Each Buying Stage
Tailoring your marketing tactics to a lead’s specific buying lifecycle stage ensures you’re making the biggest impact, shortening the sales cycle and increasing your overall top-to-bottom conversion rates.
Do you appeal to your audience’s emotions to drive sales?
Our brains are hardwired to base decisions on emotion and familiarity.
In this article I’ll show you four ways you can use behavorial triggers to get more out of your social media marketing.
Visual and Emotional Content Inspire Action
As a marketer, your job is to drive behavior in others–whether it be a click, like or purchase.
It can be a challenge to know how to inspire those actions, but a little background on how people process and react to their surroundings can help you do just that.
I’m going to tell you about the basics of our “brain biology,” and then give you examples of how you can use it to your advantage.