Posts Tagged: Advertizing

I Honestly Think This is a Blog Post

This section of writing has been in the “All Posts” section in WordPress, a self-proclaimed place for blogs, so I think I am okay to think this is a blog post. Now, onto the content of this possible blog post!

I Honestly Think This is a Blog Post

This section of writing has been in the “All Posts” section in WordPress, a self-proclaimed place for blogs, so I think I am okay to think this is a blog post. Now, onto the content of this possible blog post!

Yeah, Does Size Matter When It’s Free?

After I handed out some sweets and resumed work on my previous blog post, I began to wonder whether the body size of the person giving out sweets has an impact on the uptake of sweets. I allowed myself to

Yeah, Does Size Matter When It’s Free?

After I handed out some sweets and resumed work on my previous blog post, I began to wonder whether the body size of the person giving out sweets has an impact on the uptake of sweets. I allowed myself to

“You’re Vegetarian. Don’t Eat Quorn.”

People have come up to me to ask why some people advertise vegetarian food with meaty labels, often along with the opinion that I should not eat Quorn or any other meat-like but meat-free substances. I think it is because

“You’re Vegetarian. Don’t Eat Quorn.”

People have come up to me to ask why some people advertise vegetarian food with meaty labels, often along with the opinion that I should not eat Quorn or any other meat-like but meat-free substances. I think it is because

A Blog Filled with Hand-Picked Information Drizzled with References

Mmm, information… and not just information found in blogs. Providing product information can bring experiences of the product different to experiences without the information (Imm, Lee & Lee, 2012). Information can be that ingredient that makes food more delicious (Imm

A Blog Filled with Hand-Picked Information Drizzled with References

Mmm, information… and not just information found in blogs. Providing product information can bring experiences of the product different to experiences without the information (Imm, Lee & Lee, 2012). Information can be that ingredient that makes food more delicious (Imm

Please, Soothe Me?

People often like to enjoy their shopping experiences, or at least, not despair too much over it (Otnes & McGrath, 2001). Despite common misconceptions, this applies to both males and females (Arnold & Reynards, 2003). In fact, some people use

Please, Soothe Me?

People often like to enjoy their shopping experiences, or at least, not despair too much over it (Otnes & McGrath, 2001). Despite common misconceptions, this applies to both males and females (Arnold & Reynards, 2003). In fact, some people use

Substituting Doom with Cows

So what am I going to talk about? Something to do with consumer psychology, I hope. Maybe we could start off thinking of the many different shampoos we could choose from. I took the liberty of entering “shampoo” into a

Substituting Doom with Cows

So what am I going to talk about? Something to do with consumer psychology, I hope. Maybe we could start off thinking of the many different shampoos we could choose from. I took the liberty of entering “shampoo” into a

Don’t Think You Know Me!

In the marketplace of the internet, a search engine can help people get to their preferred item much quicker than by wondering from store to store in the physical world (Bakos, 1997). This is made especially so since many stores

Don’t Think You Know Me!

In the marketplace of the internet, a search engine can help people get to their preferred item much quicker than by wondering from store to store in the physical world (Bakos, 1997). This is made especially so since many stores