Marketing helps us understand what the customer demands and expects of us.

Neuromarketing can be well-defined as a discipline that studies the brain processes that explain the behavior and decision-making of people in the field of marketing; merchandising, product and service design, prices, advertising, communication, branding, sales ...

The information that reaches our brain through the eyes, hearing, taste, smell and touch, conditions our experiences and influences our behavior.

Therefore, it is important to take it into account both when designing the point of sale and the shopping experience that we want to offer through it, as well as when communicating with our customers or detecting their needs.

Psychology and neuromarketing allow us to analyze both the wishes and needs of the consumer, as well as the feelings that certain experiences arouse.

Attention and memories motivate us.

So, it is always appropriate to be aware of the knowledge that these disciplines provide us to offer a multisensory experience, which supports the image that we want to convey of our business.

Any small detail influences the behavior of consumers, therefore, the selection of this type of stimulus should be based more on the objectives we seek than on our own tastes.

It is not about manipulating the will of anyone to force them to buy what they do not want, this would have very short legs.

It is about awakening the attention, interest and desire of the consumer by offering, in the best possible way, what they were really looking for.

How does the store layout influence customer behavior? How does the psychology of prices, the distribution of the shop window, the smell, the music, the touch or the typography of the letter influence a communication campaign?

The value of marketing.

Marketing helps us understand what the customer demands and expects of us.

Forcing us to look at our business proposal from the customer's point of view.

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