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Social Experiments in Marketing

In 2014, the feminine hygiene product company Always filmed a social experiment where they interviewed girls of various ages about what it means to do something—run, throw, etc.—“like a girl.” During the course of the experiment, they noticed a trend. Girls who were about 10 years old and younger had no preconceived notions about what […]

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3 Marketing Lessons from Psychology

When you think about it, nowhere do psychology and real-world application intersect more clearly than in the world of marketing. Marketing is centered around studying, assessing, and predicting human behavior. How, then, can you bring more psychology into your marketing? Here is a look at three marketing lessons that are based in human psychology.

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Exploring the Subscription-Based Business Model

You’ve probably noticed a trend in the last five years or so, where more and more businesses are promising to deliver a specific good to you every month. Sites like Blue Apron, Green Chef, and HelloFresh, for example, will ship fresh ingredients for multiple meals every week. You’ve got Dollar Shave Club delivering razors, Quip […]