It’s sleek, yet robust. It “exudes masculinity,” offering “more power, more steam, more performance.” It “helps men turbocharge,” and from the front, it even looks like a high-performance racing vehicle.
The power of humor in influencing an audience has neurological roots. When we laugh at a funny idea, our brains are temporarily flooded with endorphins, oxygen is pumped through our bodies, and for the moment, we feel great!
Jerry Seinfeld has a calendar with all twelve months on one page, and a red magic marker. He also has 46 Porsches, but that’s a conversation for later. Every day that he takes the time to write material, he draws a gratifying X across that day on the calendar.
It is estimated that 95% of brain activity happens subconsciously. Decision-making, memory retention, learning and sensory observation—all are processes that crucially matter to marketers—and can now be measured by cutting-edge Neuromarketing technologies. How it works: Neuromarketers will show volunteers a product: a website, print ad, TV spot, etc. Using electrical brain wave measurements (EEG) and eye trackers, the brain activity of a consumer is measured in real time as he or she digests specific aspects of the product.