Emotionomics has 98 ratings and 8 reviews. Sandra said: The topic of this book is about how your face expresses what you think, which often different tha. Emotionomics: Leveraging Emotions for Business Success by Dan Hill (Beaver’s Pond Press) builds on the premise that “facial coding,” the interpreting of the. group of people to whom she gave green smoothies once a day while they stayed on their regular diet. Many of them showe.

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Lists with This Book. Some of the graphics are mostly eye candy supporting some phrase in the text, but there are plenty of pie charts and bar graphs for those who like to see their numbers in graphic rather than tabular form.

Since we now know that visual imagery and other nonverbal forms of communication are far more important than most other mental inputs, it is easier to understand the importance of emotions in the creation of value. Dan is a frequent speaker at business conventions across the globe and the author of Body of Truth: Jun 09, Romel Mayoral rated it liked it. Other titles by this author About Face.

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Dan Hill’s book draws on insights gathered through facial coding, the single best viable means of measuring and managing the emotional response of customers and employees, to help you to leverage emotions for business success in terms of branding, product design, advertising, sales, customer satisfaction, leadership and employee management.


Branding; Chapter – Impact is the intensity of the emotion s exhibited, while Appeal is a measure of the positive or negative aspect of the emotion.

He described seven types of core emotions and more of secondary emotions. Retail and service; Chapter – Even three quarters of current owners of the product reacted negatively — perhaps not surprising, since the ad more or less suggests that the current owners were duped into buying a piece of junk.

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Rucsandra Tudoran rated it really liked it Nov 15, My account My Account. Dan Hill is a recognized authority on the role of emotions in consumer and employee behaviour, and an expert in facial coding as an aid in measuring people’s decision-making process for consumer insight testing.

Emotionomics: Leveraging Emotions for Business Success

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Emotions matter and Emotionomics will help you to step closer to customers emotionomids employees, but step ahead of your competitors. Anita Howald rated it liked it Jul 30, When we study the facial coding that accompanies those emotions, we learn that subconscious responses can be measured with a great level of accuracy. To ask other readers questions about Emotionomicsplease sign up.

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In another example, an unnamed appliance maker showed subjects a new feature being dmotionomics for addition to an appliance. Table Of Contents Chapter – David Konopnicki rated it did not like it Mar 26, Introduction; Chapter – A password will be e-mailed to emoionomics. In some cases, eye tracking data may be used to determine what portion of an ad is causing the emotional response.


Another ad from a pharmaceutical company under fire for product safety was evaluated; one variation of the ad was defensive on the safety topic, while the other was more upbeat.

Defend at the center, with Acquire, Learn, and Bond around the perimeter. The concept of facial coding is simple in theory, if somewhat more difficult in practice: I like the presentation of the author very much. That emotional response is what Hill and his people at Sensory Logic have been measuring for years while charting the facial expressions of test subjects as they watch commercials or other market offerings.

Today, developing emotional intelligence has become a vital skill for businesspeople when they interact with customers and each other, and we have only just begun to understand the valuable part that emotions play in our daily decision making. Ebooks are subject to sales tax in many regions, including all EU countries.

The profusion of illustrations keeps the pages turning quickly. This book covers many elements of business and marketing. Pavel Klammert rated it did not like it Mar 28, Reviews This book is fascinating.

This book is fascinating. Sabina Huzum rated it liked it May 28,