I have to do so much!

A mental cost, it’s simple thought: "I have to do so much." It can occur in different situations, but obviously it becomes strategic when we are about to buy a product or service. They can be harmful for conversion because they increase the fatigue of the decision. When the total costs (money + mental energy) are... Continue Reading →

Limited Edition vs Best Seller

Researchers Wu, Laurie & Lee, Christopher of Temple University (Philadelphia) in their article (Defines of the Self-Improvement vs. Other-Purchase Behavior - 2016), define that the perceived uniqueness of a product, alter the perceived value of the product itself. Furthermore, they describe the effect "popularity for others". That expresses itself significantly when shopping for others. Think... Continue Reading →

Testosterone and status

Luxury products play a fundamental role in social hierarchies. Thorstein Veblen in The Theory of the Leisure Class, defines these products: positional goods. Products that can describe their status and their social position. According to research published (2018) in Nature Communications, testosterone levels increase men's preference for status brands, compared to similar perceived but inferior quality... Continue Reading →

It’s not just a bag!

The fashion product, in contemporary society, represents an extension of the self. The dimensions that compose it are more complex; can be described through 4 dimensions: functional symbolic social emotional The goods we buy, such as a bag, represent a system of communication towards ourselves and others, which allows us to express our personality. The... Continue Reading →

Helps the purchase decision

For several years the purchase decision was studied and analyzed like a logical process. Guided by information and data. Actually, we know very well that it's not the right way. Our brain is influenced by many aspects and above all by our emotions. For example the prof. Damásio writes: "when we have to make a... Continue Reading →

To Buy Or Not To Buy…

Several economic theories argue that purchases depend on the preference and price assessment that the customer makes during the purchase decision. Many researches (Neural predictors of purchases, 2007), in the field of neuroscience, have used FMRI to analyze what happens in our brain during this phase of choice. The neuroimaging evidence suggests that: the preference... Continue Reading →

I Am With You

In the contemporary era, consumers use brands to highlight their knowledge of culture, trend or style. But at the same time brands can also be used to communicate membership or exclusion from reference groups. Belonging to a group is a fundamental need, demonstrated by various researches and theories. People use products and brands to create... Continue Reading →

I Want It!

When we see a product that we want, interesting biochemical variations occur in our brain. The same when we fall in love, we get excited for a movie or enjoy a splendid view. Dopamine is involved in that, but its main function is to maintain motivation and promote learning. However, dopamine is not considered a... Continue Reading →

Buying’s perfume

An interesting research, Premium Scenting together with Walnut Unlimited, have highlighted how the perfume increases significantly the involvement of consumers in the experiences of 38%, at a statistically significant level of 99%. In simpler words, the scent amplifies an experience. Not all in the same way but surely the data describes a very interesting scenario... Continue Reading →

From Product to Brain

  Our brain spends its whole existence in a dark and silent box, called skull. It receives information from a series of body sensors that describe what is happening in the world. Based on these data it then has to guess what their causes are, why and what that particular sound or color or scent... Continue Reading →

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