Here’s why the new Guinness ad -‘Welcome Back’ – is Loxit genius (and what small business marketers can learn from this big brand’s magnetic content).
Your Instagram bio is like the front door of your business on social media. Here’s how to make it work better for your business or creator profile.
Questions about neuromarketing and marketing psychology
Open hands signify honesty and friendliness. Adding hands to your content marketing is a fast way of building trust in your brand. Find out how to do it on social media now.
We all love to look at faces more than anything else. Adding faces to your content marketing is a fast way of building trust in your brand. Find out how to do it on social media now.
We all lean towards products and services that are popular and familiar. That means brands need to give potential customers good reasons to trust them. One way to do this is to build social proof into your content marketing strategy.
Building connections (and ultimately sales) using social media marketing is time-consuming and confusing for creatives, agreed? What if you could use easy neuromarketing tips to help?
Creating Instagrammable style spots is a marketing opportunity. Learn where to put Instagrammable styled vignettes in your home or business.
Diagonals make our brains think of change, or moving from one state to another. We’re used to seeing diagonals in graphs, so the direction’s meaning sticks with us. ⠀
About 90% of the information our brains receive is through sight. We process visuals more quickly than any of our other senses.
Here’s a quick neuromarketing takeaway to create attention-grabbing photographs. Try to include movement or mirroring.
Golden rules for choosing the best font for neuromarketing to make your marketing message clear and memorable. Easy neuromarketing tip.
Our Palma Instatour will show you some of the most photogenic spots in the Mallorcan capital city.
Should businesses even plan spaces with Instagram in mind? Is it possible to create commercial spaces that are Instagrammable, yet keep their authenticity and grace?
Book review of Blooms: Contemporary Floral Design by Phaidon.
Book review of Living with Flowers by Rowan Blossom – blooms and bouquets for the home
Book review of Flower Market by Michelle Mason – botanical style at home
Do you love flicking through the pages of interior design books? Want to know which of the latest interiors books are worth a deep dive? Here’s three of the latest and best interiors books. *This post contains affiliate links. Roomy Home was given copies of these books, with no obligation …
Homebody by Joanna Gaines is all about creating a home that fits your stage in life, by making your space work for you and your family. I love the book’s simple and easy to follow design ethos – choose what you love and it will work. That’s achievable for everybody. “Whatever …