Making Marketing Easy with NLP -Learn how your market thinks
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Neuromarketing - emotional drivers that motivate your audience to join your sales strategy process to buy your products
4.4 (22 ratings)
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Created by Matthew Barnett
Last updated 6/2016
English
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  • Full lifetime access
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What Will I Learn?
  • Deliver your product offering to your prospects and when they are ready to buy!
  • Deliver your product offering to your prospects at a time when they want it !
  • make it really easy through our marketing to enable people to decide to buy.
  • Understand the general psychology of marketing and why it is so important if you want to establish a solid business strategy
  • learn about your prospects needs and how to meet those needs easily You will learn about how people process information so that you can design marketing materials that really hit the mark.
  • understand how to adapt your message to meet the needs of different people at different points in their lives.
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  • You don't need to know anything to start this course and get results
Description

Welcome to Making Marketing Easy with NLP. The premium course on neuromarketing 

I am  really looking forward to sharing with you some really powerful psychological concepts and principals that you can use in your marketing straight away to start to see fantastic results. 
I am going to be sharing with you a lot of stuff from my NLP practitioner training, that has been adapted specifically for the purpose of marketing. You will learn:

  • some of the best methods for influencing your market out there. You might even call this persuasion marketing, although I think I should say up from that what we are going to be learning in this course Is not so much about persuading people but rather delivering our product or service to them at 
  • a) a time when they want it and 
  • b) when they are ready to buy.
  • In short we are going to make it really easy through our marketing to enable people to decide to buy. 
  • We are going to be looking at the general psychology of marketing and why it is so important if you want to establish a solid business strategy
  • You are going to learn about your prospects needs and how to meet those needs easily
  • You will learn about how people process information so that you can design marketing materials that really hit the mark.
  • We are going to go through Maslows hierarchy of needs so that you can understand how to adapt your message to meet  the needs of different people at different points in their lives. 

And you are going to learn a whole load of techniques to help you plan and implement your marketing efforts in a way that engages with your audience and results in them joining your sales process. 

We will also be looking at the idea of ecology and ethics in marketing, which is vial to building a sustainable business and in getting repeat customers so there are no tricks in this course, what you are going to learn are really solid principals around the psychology of marketing with a good dose of NLP thrown in for good measure as well. 

So we have a lot to cover, and we will be going pretty quickly, so grab yourself a pen and paper, and lets get started 

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone looking to improve the effectiveness of their marketing efforts should take this course
  • Anyone who wants to understand their target market better
  • Anyone who wants to see an increase in sales as a result of better marketing
  • Anyone who wants to learn more about the psychology of marketing
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Curriculum For This Course
31 Lectures
01:31:56
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Introductions
1 Lecture 02:14

 I am really looking forward to sharing with you some really powerful psychological concepts and principals that you can use in your marketing straight away to start to see fantastic results. 
I am going to be sharing with you a lot of stuff from my NLP practitioner training, that has been adapted specifically for the purpose of marketing. You will learn some of the best methods for influencing your market out there. You might even call this persuasion marketing, although I think I should say up from that what we are going to be learning in this course Is not so much about persuading people but rather delivering our product or service to them at a) a time when they want it and b) when they are ready to buy.

Preview 02:14
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Basic Marketing Psychology
9 Lectures 30:34

Abraham Maslow, was an Psychologist and a practicing professor in a number of american educational institutions and is most well known for his studies and theories around self actualization.  Maslow, who was described as mentally unstable as a child, believed that the ultimate aim of human beings was to achieve this self actualised state. A state when a persons entire system was in flow, when success Is seemingly effortless and when as Human beings we are operating at our best.  

Preview 02:58


Maslow describes our physiological needs as our most basic needs and those needs that need to be satisfied for use to function. These are the needs that thankfully a lot of us take for granted, most of the time, such as our need for food and drink, a roof over our head, basic comfort and undisturbed sleep. 

Preview 03:09

 In this lecture we are going to investigate a little further into two more needs that  Maslow identified in his hierarchy of needs.. The need for appreciation is  a huge motivator for a lot of people. And many of us actively seek out the fulfilment of this need both internally and externally. In personal development circles there is a lot of talk of self esteem and self worth. 

Self Esteem and Self Actualisation
03:08

Let's take a look at some of the common traits of self actualized people and whilst we do remember, these are the traits of people who have satisfied all of their needs to that self actualized point, for many people these are aspirational traits. To your market, the people you are marketing to, these are the traits that they ultimately desire. And depending on where they are in the Hierarch of needs they may be highly motivated to obtain them which means they may very well be highly receptive to your marketing message 

Common Traits of self -actualised people
03:03

Self actualised people are comfortable with who they are and self actualised people, are able to effectively reframe past experiences, to learn from them and take positive feedback from them. So next up, Self actualised people are Spontaneous and natural. And by that I mean, that they are as we refer to them in NLP, congruent and authentic, by congruent, I mean that their physiology and their actions are in alignment with the things that they say or communicate. 

More traits of self-actualised people
03:03

 
One of the traits that consistently cam up when Maslow was investigating self actualized people was their ability to gain a lot of benefit from time spent alone. 
He referred to this as having comfort with solitude. And this reflective time comes up again and again in people that are successful despite self actualised people being able to form good relationships with others. 

Preview 03:01

Adapt your offering to meet the need
04:18

These are really important when it comes to successful marketing. For the most part our prospects decision to buy our products and services is very much an emotional decision. 
As we go about our day to day we encounter marketing and this marketing, if it holds the solutions to satisfying our needs will trigger a buying interest. These buying triggers happen automatically and they have a lot of energy, when we encounter a buying trigger we are highly motivated to make a purchase or transact a deal.

Understand emotional drivers in marketing
03:56

 The reality is that your prospects jump about across this hierarchy on a regular basis. And there will be some good prospects for your product or service likely residing at different levels on the hierarchy and one of the biggest mistakes that people make when they are creating a marketing campaign is to create the message based upon their perception of what people want and not the needs of their prospects which usually results in one message communicated from the perspective of someone with different needs to the end user

One product many needs
03:58
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How we become motivated to buy
5 Lectures 12:23

Next we look at what typically happens next when someone is in the process of satisfying their needs.
So the prospect has determined that they have a need and that it needs satisfying. Maybe they have decided that it is time for a new computer and the net thing that they will do is seek out information on how best to meet that need. And this is when they go on a product reconnaisance. They will trawl the internet looking for reviews, speak to their friends and family, read articles and blogs about new computers. And generally see if they can get a feel for what is out there that has the potential to satisfy their needs.

How to identify when and where a need exists
02:36

Product Reconnaisance
02:36

Once the motivation has started prospects will go out and do a product reconnaissance to see what will best meet and satisfy their needs. And another aspect of this is the discovery of what else is out there.  And there are couple of things that determine both the time this takes and secondly the level of investigation that goes into discovering what other options might be available and these are whether the product or service is likely to be a significant purchase and by that I mean cost a significant amount of money. 

Evaluation of alternatives
02:10

They have conducted a product or service reconnaissance to see what else is out there, and to see if there are other ways of fulfilling the need that they have. And they have considered alternative options for satisfying their need. And either consciously or unconsciously they have weighed up what is an acceptable solution to their problem. So at this point they have expectations, they have the information that they are looking for. And our job is to feed our marketing message to them in a way that gives them all of that information and makes us the most attractive option of them

The Purchase
02:22

With sales we have direct influence, over the prospects state with marketing we are delivering a message to them when they are in a particular state. 
And believe it or not, the job is not over when the prospect has purchased. 
Now obviously the first thing to mention is that your product or service must deliver on its promise. That is a given, and if you are an ethical marketer that won’t be a problem for you at all. 
However in the General buying strategy in NLP we talk about re-assurance strategies which run post sale. And These tell us that the job of the marketer is not over.

After Purchase evaluations
02:39
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Representational Systems
2 Lectures 09:35
Representational Systems
03:46

Types of representational system
05:49
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Influence in Marketing
11 Lectures 28:59

 What we can do to covertly influence our audience into becoming more motivated to fulfil their needs and the first thing we are going to look at is Reciprocity. 
Now the power of reciprocity in marketing circles has been known for ages and you will see it all over the place and there Is a good reason for this and that is that It works.  The concept of reciprocity id based on the idea that if someone gives something to us, in some way we feel obliged to give something back to them

Reciprocity
02:41


When we are marketing to potential clients, one of the biggest mistakes a lot of people make is assuming that everyone that has a need fulfilled will instantly part with cash given the opportunity. There are a lot of people that do this, a lot of people who simply see what they want and buy it. I am one of those people.
However. This is not the norm, and one of the best ways particularly if you have a high ticket product or service of getting your prospect to ultimately buy from you is to them first to buy into you.

The foot in the door phenomenon
02:18

 As a rule, we human beings prefer to have a life that is in balance and for the most part we resist change. This is something that if you work in personal development circles you will have come across a great many times. So strong in fact is the desire to keep things consistent, that we may even persist with negative or damaging behaviour rather than face the unknown world that changing it would open up

Consistency
02:34

In this lecture, we are going to take al look at the seemingly counter intuitive technique of the door in the face technique. Now this is again very effective and draws upon the concept of anchoring. Not conditioned response anchoring but more expectational anchoring. 
And the counter intuitive nature of this technique is that by getting the prospect to turn down your offer, you set the bar, you set the expectation of cost or rather value. 

The door in the face phenomenon
02:24

The wonderful Franklin Effect. This is such a cool technique and I use it a lot because it is incredibly effective. I use this in general conversation and when I am working with a client to get buy in to an idea as well so this technique is really flexible. 

The Franklin effect
02:44

 If you get a bargain on an item, have you ever noticed ho you feel compelled to tell people about it. It almost fulfils an esteem need, when we tell people how smart we are for getting a  deal. And of course we don’t want to lose face by missing out on something that is a no brainer just because we didn’t act quickly enough and that is where our next marketing tool comes in. The concept of scarcity is used extensively and particularly on line. And in fact in my opinion at least. Perhaps a little too often. The reason I say this is that we can sometimes become conditioned to these tactics and when we do they lose their effectiveness somewhat. 

Scarcity
02:58


In this lecture we are going to take a look at the effect of social proof. Which states that we are influenced by the people we know, our friends family and our peer to the point that we are more likely to make purchases if people in our social groups have done so. 
This is how trends start and how a craze can seem to take over the world. Once a new idea has become accepted within social groups, then those people who have not yet joined in feel compelled to do so. 

Social proof
02:39

in this lecture  we are going to deal with something really important and that is the concept of exposure. 
Now one of my frustrations when I am dealing with new business start ups and owners is their often complete misunderstanding of this concept of exposure. 

Mere Exposure
02:03

In this lecture we are going to discuss a really interesting phenomenon that you can use in your marketing endeavours to encourage people to join your sales process.
And this is the decoy effect which utilises a dummy offering that drives your audience though to the real offering you are looking for them to tale a hold of. 

The decoy Effect
02:55

I am referring to is the general direction of perception when we consider a product or service. Is that generally positive or generally negative. 
IN the case of pricing products this boils down to, do we continue the engagement process positively or is there anything to distract the prospect which they may consider to be less than positive or indeed negative. Are they gaining through their experience or losing. 

The Framing effect
02:54

Next up is another really interesting marketing tool that has its roots in the principal of away from motivation. 
Now its a simple concept and one you may well recognize in your own life  and it works on the principal that when we have something, when we possess it, we attach more value to it then when we didn’t.  Or that we don’t attach as much value to things we want as things we have. 

Loss aversion
02:49
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Deciding on your approach to marketing Maintaining Ethics
3 Lectures 08:11

At the end of this lecture you should be in a good position to identify your target market, and importantly you will be able to decide which approach and which tools you will be using to influence your prospective audience.  All of the things we have covered are really powerful and of course you can use any combination of the tools that we have discussed to maximise the efficiency of your campaigns. 

Deciding on your approach
02:33

 If you haven’t done so already decide on your image, and your corporate objectives. What does your brand stand for? What are its values and beliefs? 
A little tip would be to imagine your business as a person and then inquisitively explore its personality. 
And then once you are happy that you have defined your brand and what it stands for, don’t change it. Keep It solid and unchanging across all of the marketing channels you use.  that sees 

Deciding on your approach par II
02:49

Be Flexible with your approach
02:49
About the Instructor
Matthew Barnett
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Matt is a dedicated father of 4 beautiful girls and a busy entrepreneur, practitioner of NLP and Hypnosis,whose passion is seeing the incredible potential of human beings being realised through engaging with their unconscious mind through the effective use of Hypnosis, NLP and though understanding Human Behaviour.

Matt has seen it all ! from humble beginnings he built a million dollar engineering business, he started life as an engineer in the Refrigeration and Air conditioning industry where he was employed as a Project Manager for overseas technology transfers.A very different world from his Hypnosis and NLP Business !

Matt's natural ability to program code, led him to the world of Internet business,getting involved in the dot-com boom where he applied his knowledge of programming, PERL, PHP, JAVA (oo) and C and business process /project Management (PRINCE 2) to assist launching a UK start up, later acquired by the Royal Mail and Rothschild's Ventures.

This gave him time to concentrate on other areas of his life, such as his passion for music song writing and personal development as well as the development of his passion, Hypnosis and NLP training and coaching.

Matt has been studying, coaching and training NLP in personal development since 1998 and is a Certified Trainer of NLP & is a member of the American Board of NLP as well as the American Board of Hypnosis and the Timeline Therapy Assoication. In 2010 he started a training organisation dedicated to teaching NLP and other personal development strategies,

Matt currently runs a number of businesses and leverages his knowledge of Hypnosis, NLP and psychology, technology and marketing to create profitable and exciting projects and products

His latest projects include, a debt management business for small to medium sized businesses. A new Engineering business, dealing with large well known supermarket and high street chains.

Matt is excited about the publication of his new book Entropy(tm) in 2015 and is looking at creating courses to further explain the principals within.

A strong believer in collaboration, Matt is always looking to partner with like minded individuals to spread the word of what is achievable when you put a a dream in motion through persistent motivated action.

His passion for internet marketing and web development is realized through his work in his new media agency and he is developing a franchise opportunity for would be coaches, to maximise results with clients through creating channels for his products and programs.

A new goal to develop a business networking group was born out his frustration around what is currently 'out there' and plans are set for a 2015 launch.

Whats next ?

Current plans extend to the world of publishing. Legal services Accountancy services

Matt is also looking to develop a business incubator to assist fledgling business to get off the ground and become profitable.

On a personal level, Matt is a keen musician and songwriter and is currently writing material for an album release in the near future.

"I am committed to helping each of my Udemy students get the very best out of life, and regularly interact with my students so please do get in touch" Matt Barnett

An Expert in Personal and Business development Certified Trainer of NLP (American Board of NLP) Certified Trainer of Hypnosis ( American Board Of Hypnotherapy) Certified NLP Coach Certified Timeline Therapy Master Practitioner Certified Entropy(tm) Master Trainer