In this book Brainfluence — 100 ways to persuade and convince consumers with neuromarketing; I found a lot of hidden gem-tips in how to market, giving great advice for anyone interested in the psychology of marketing. I won’t give away too much in this post, but I have to say this book first off brought together some of the great stuff I have read in the past as well as some great new content proving how neuroscience is progressing — fast. Read More
The science of forming a great menu that’s effectively profitable while looking great is real art form. Something I have been trying to master over the past two years, reading about the psychology of persuasion, factual statistics, eye movement studies and great design techniques that can make your menu a key role in the success of your restaurant.
If you don’t know this already, I am a sucker for anything that has to do with psychology and marketing/branding and everything in between. So realistically I am surprised I hadn’t read this book sooner: Buyology: The Truth and Lies About Why We Buy by Martin Lindstrom.