Storytelling Copywriting

marketing neuromarketing

15# Marketing Neuromarketing explains why your customers don’t buy

By now you know that texts are a fundamental pillar in your marketing strategy, but it is not a pillar that can support the full weight of your brand’s success or failure. You have created a product or service because you are aware of the need that needs to be covered. That is, there is … Read more

How Neurocopywriting avoids you these 13 fatal common writing mistakes

#14 How Neurocopywriting avoids you these 13 fatal common writing mistakes

In this chapter we are going to see some aspects that you should improve in your texts. I have only added the most relevant ones accompanied by examples, to make their application easier for you. A. Commas, enemies of fluency I love how one of the chapters book begins Where goes the coma of Fernando … Read more

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13# How to optimize content with neurocopywriting and logical arguments

The reason why you choose to put that coin into that homless’s pocket instead of the other one’s is that the first just was bigger than the second one’s A homeless person asks for money in a busy street. In front of him he holds a sign with the words “I need help, I’m blind.” … Read more

customer relationship

11# Cialdini, Kawasaki and your love for the customer relationship

Preface, an important introduction to why neuroscience is a lot related with customer relationship… According to consultant Jay Walker-Smith, we went from receiving 500 daily advertising hits a day (1970) to more than 5,000 (2010). The most incredible thing is that in 8 years, and due to the hours we invest in social networks, we … Read more

content structure

10# How Neurocopywriting can get you the perfect content structure

Approach,and end. The 3 essential parts of any narrative, according to chapter VII Poetics of Aristotle’s. But what use is this structure to us? We already know that every story has a beginning and an end, as well as a course (knot or problem). The sequence reminds us that this is the logical order that … Read more

power of stories

9# The power of stories + practical case history

When I talk about storytelling in my classes I always put an example that I know very well: mine. I had a difficult childhood and a much worse adolescence. I suffered severe physical and psychological bullying; I fell into an eating disorder and developed a destructive self-talk that almost killed me. Thanks to adult therapy … Read more


8# This is how storytelling affects your brain

If you’ve ever heard that “once upon a time” you already know what means storytelling. In Spanish we can translate it as storytelling, a narrative resource prior to writing that we have been using for more than 60,000 years, since we painted the first cave to communicate. Every business with a smart marketing strategy is … Read more

Handwritten fonts

Handwritten fonts outperform machine fonts

They should be used in the design of hedonic products. Fonts can influence the perception of buyers – the marketing publication Ariyh writes about this . This conclusion was reached as a result of laboratory and online experiments. Experts have found out how fonts on packaging affect customer engagement and satisfaction. According to the researchers, the mechanism works the same everywhere: that … Read more

emotions in writing

How to use neuromarketing to evocate emotions in writing

Hello friends! How to use neuromarketing to evocate emotions in writing? Let’s break this down! 😀 How to excite the consumer’s sleepy brain and make him want to buy your product? The great copywriter Gary Bentensvenga claims that people buy because of the need for love, fear of embarrassment, desire to feel important, desire to look … Read more

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NeuroMarketing Best Practices to make your landing page copy compelling

In this fresh new blog post you’re going to discover the best ever NeuroMarketing Best Practices to make your landing page copy compelling. Are you ready!? GO! 🙂 Are you annoyed with laughing offscreen on TV shows and sitcoms? Probably yes. And not only you. Social psychology professor Robert Cialdini writes in The Psychology of Influence : Phonograms of laughter, … Read more