The importance of Neuromarketing in video creation
Why consider neuromarketing in your videos?
Emotion as a starting point
The appeal to emotion
Emotional excitement is an effective way to get people to remember the ad. For example, pharmaceutical companies often use phrases such as “it can happen to you too” or “your child is not safe”. Animal shelters use images of malnourished or abused animals, and they reach potential customers by encouraging them to buy or donate.
Talk to the ego
The human brain tends to be self-centered. Therefore, communication should focus only on the receiver, not on anyone else. You need to adapt to the language by consistently using words like “you” or “your” instead of “we” or “our” to flatter the ego. The primary brain only responds when you speak.
Zoom in on the emotion
The originality of your video will make you score points
Creativity for your video
Creativity is very important in the advertising world. Companies that find a different way to promote their product will be the most successful. By using current events and adapting them to their products or services, they will create a reaction and get people talking.
For example, APPLE staged the containment conditions of the Coronavirus. It is therefore by using current events that APPLE succeeds in creating a link with consumers. This provokes a bonding reaction in the minds of those who have seen the ad.
The sense of humor
Take a psychological approach
The focus points
Most of the time, brain activity is combined with eye tracking data. That way, we can see exactly where people are looking and what reaction that produces in the brain. One of the things we often see in our own research is that approach motivation decreases as soon as there is no clear focus in an ad. So the brain doesn’t like it at all when we don’t know where we should be looking. Therefore, it is important to avoid multiple focus points in ads. So, make sure that people know where to look.
Use contrast to maximize impact Neuromarketing
The brain is very sensitive to difference. Something that changes very quickly and contrasts with the environment must be interpreted very quickly. For example a logo with very bright colors on a contrasting background.
Focus on the beginning and the end
Neuromarketing is very much in vogue at the moment and is used by companies for their communication content. It is a significant asset that can allow you to make a difference in your videos with a few tricks. A difference that will be remembered in the consumer’s mind.