Jeanette McMurtry, principal of e4marketing, is an authority on psychology-based marketing, speaking at business events worldwide. She is a Back by Popular Demand trainer, speaker, and course instructor for the DMA. McMurtry specializes in helping brands achieve unthinkable ROI and loyalty by marketing to the unconscious mind that drives 90% of consumers thoughts. She blogs at e4marketingco.blogspot.com.

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Does Your Loyalty Program Reward or Punish Your Customers?

Does Your Loyalty Program Reward or Punish Your Customers?

How to truly leave your customers salivating for more.

Building Sales With Authority

Building Sales With Authority

A 1963 study on obedience proves relevant to marketers today.

Give Consumers a Reason to Feel

Give Consumers a Reason to Feel

Those warm fuzzies may be worth more than you think.

The Law of Reciprocity

The Law of Reciprocity

The more brands give, the more they get.

Making Ads Add Up for More than a Day

Making Ads Add Up for More than a Day

Focus on ads that go beyond opening consumers' hearts to opening their wallets.

It's All About Me Too!

It's All About Me Too!

Tap into consumers' need for validation.

Happiness Isn't All It's Cracked Up To Be

Happiness Isn't All It's Cracked Up To Be

Associate your brand with compelling emotions to make your CFO and your customers smile.

Tapping the Triggers of the Unconscious Mind

Tapping the Triggers of the Unconscious Mind

Marketers need to make more of an unconscious effort to reach customers.

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