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Does sex sell? What do religion and ritual have in common with successful brands? How successful is product placement? Does subliminal advertising rea...
Does sex sell? What do religion and ritual have in common with successful brands? How successful is product placement? Does subliminal advertising really influence our behavior? Martin Lindstrom’s pioneering three-year, $7 million dollar study, used the latest in brain scan technology to peer into the minds of over 2,000 people from around the world. What he found graces the pages of his bestseller Buy-ology.
In this terrific BNET book review Lindstrom shares his discoveries about why we seem to be immune to cigarette health warnings, why we squeeze a lime into a bottle of Corona, and how to smash your brand into a thousand pieces and have it still be recognizable.
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Jul 16, 2009
We have been living in Montana for the past 5 years and I am not suprisexshopto find it #3 on the "worst" list. Considering asexy shopmove to Idaho to escapthe high cost of living a low income in MT. There may not be a sales tax here but they get you if you own property!
How did this man obtain access to "peer into the minds of 2,000" people using brain scan technology? Did they know? Did he have their permission to peer into their brains? The cult now of mind control advertising is upon us all wrapped up in a nice marketing campaign. All of the participants in this illegal invasion of privacy and subliminal advertising should be put in prison, not glorified in the media. The clear target for this is children, as it was with cigarettes.