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If you feel your marketing goes largely unnoticed, this is probably why and likely your fix too…  

Neuroscience has proven in recent years that the process of decision-making and behavior is led by the heart and followed by the head. 

Antonio Damasio, Professor of Psychology, Philosophy, and Neurology at USC says:

“We are not necessarily thinking machines. 
We are feeling machines that think.” 

Which is why marketing messages that are most effective strike at our feelings first with content that stimulates emotions.

That’s not to say that emotions fully decide things for us, however they do weigh-in quickly and heavily into our decisions as our emotions (via the unconscious mind) are interconnected with our rationality (the conscious mind). 

When we see an ad that causes a sensory experience it first creates a feeling in our body, as opposed to a thought. We later become conscious of it and think about those feelings, deciding after that whether to take action.

Sometimes this process occurs in a recurring loop, where feeling leads to thinking, then to more feeling, to more thinking, etc. Eventually the scale is tipped into a decision and ultimately a behavior.      

So, in essence, we tend to make decisions emotionally and then justify them rationally. It’s a two-part process with emotions leading the way.

Knowing this, we can create content that builds brands and makes sales by leading with emotion and ending with logical information, such as product and services details and descriptions, where and how to purchase and what it will cost. 

Think of it as a metaphor of the mind where the water level surrounding an iceberg is where the unconscious mind (emotions, feelings) separates the conscious (rational mind).

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Because we’re now in the so-called information age and living in a knowledge society, it seems to have caused most marketing to completely ignore the emotions, feelings and unconscious minds of people. And those are the real decision-makers.

Content which reaches only the top part of the iceberg is mostly ignored because it doesn’t invigorate people as individuals, nor markets in general. It doesn’t influence people today and won’t during our lifetimes. 

And this is where the opportunity exists for you and your company and its products and services to standout; to move people to your brand, to generate immediate new business and ensure your success lasts for as long as you would like it to…

This Will Get You There

Feel free to contact me directly to learn how your company can move more people to your brand, who become your new customers. I’d love to help you.

Kind regards,
Jim Campbell

Email: Jim@In-The-Flow.com
Phone: 310-487-4306
Website: In-The-Flow.com

“Develop and present content that engages with emotions.”         

In-The-Flow Marketing
409 N. Pacific Coast Hwy #268
Redondo Beach, CA 90277
 

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