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NeuroFocus and New Scientist Magazine Apply Neuromarketing to Select Cover Design
Date:8/5/2010

ery interesting to see how the use of neuroscience can translate to increased newsstand sales."

21st century marketing science

Neuromarketing is increasingly being used across numerous industries worldwide to help companies improve their product development, package design, and marketing efforts, but this is the first time it has been used by a magazine publisher.  

Thom Noble, NeuroFocus UK managing director, said, "The practical applications for neuromarketing are very wide ranging and we work with a diverse selection of clients around the world. We were particularly pleased about this opportunity to work with New Scientist, however, because it gives us a chance to show that what we do is based on robust science, is highly actionable, and delivers demonstrable results."

All three tested cover designs performed very well in the research. But in terms of overall neurological effectiveness the results for the chosen design were significantly higher, driven by exceptionally impressive emotional engagement levels.  Strong levels of emotional engagement stimulate memory retention and purchase intent.

An online version of New Scientist with the specially selected cover and an accompanying article is available here:

http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20727721.300-mindreading-marketers-how-neuromarketing-stormed-the-world.html

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