Take two baseball Hall-of-Famers- Ty Cobb and Babe Ruth. Baseball insiders lean towards Cobb as the superior all-round player, yet Ruth towers above Cobb in popular culture. Why? For the same reason brands win and lose marketing wars: victory goes to those who forge the strongest emotional connection with consumers.
This week Terry O’Reilly explains why so few advertisers use “facts” to build their brand, and why the best way to win a consumer’s business is through the heart. He’ll show how even low-interest products use emotion to build their brands, and he’ll explain how emotion has driven sales of a popular breakfast cereal for three generations.
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