Nancy Harhut

Chief Creative Officer 
HBT Marketing 
Nancy Harhut is passionate about the impact behavioral science can have on marketing. A BostInno "50 on Fire" winner, Online Marketing Institute Top 40 Digital Strategist, and Social Top 50 email marketing leader, she has spearheaded integrated campaigns for clients large and small. She and her teams have won over 175 awards for digital and direct marketing effectiveness. Harhut is known for her interesting and actionable insights that focus on the impact of behavioral science on marketing. A top-ranked speaker, she's wowed audiences from the US Department of Defense to Moscow marketers to SXSW attendees. Companies seeking an added advantage tap her for consulting, creative direction and content development. Follow her on twitter at @nharhut or reach her at nharhut@me.com 

SESSIONS


May 5, 2018, 6:20 am ( 45 Min)
When you make a choice, it’s a deliberate decision, right? Well, not so fast. Brain science research says that’s not always the case. (In fact, three studies that involve wine, homes and headache remedies will blow your mind!).

The truth is, very often people just default to hardwired behaviors without really thinking about them. These default behaviors cover everything from what we read, to whom we trust, to when we buy. But if you’re a savvy marketer, you can use these automatic responses to your advantage.

Discover how neuroscience secrets can:
• Get your message noticed and remembered
• Convince people to take the actions you want them to take
• Prompt people to pay your asking price

See why neuromarketing is the industry’s next new thing. And how every content marketer can benefit from it starting today.

The truth is, very often people just default to automatic actions without really thinking about them. These actions include what to read, when to share, and who to trust. And this means that marketers’ well-crafted messages – our emails, blogposts, landing pages, websites, etc. – might be ineffective. Because people don’t make logical choices, they react reflexively.

However, when marketers strategically factor in the decision defaults people rely on, we improve our success. We increase the likelihood that people engage with our content … and respond to it. Discover why neuromarketing is the industry’s next new thing. And how every content marketer can benefit from it starting today.