Marketing Psychology

  • How to get your users to take action with compliance gaining

    …. * * By entering your email, you’ll receive bi-weekly WiderFunnel Blog updates and other resources to help you become an optimization champion. In this post, I’m going to examine the concept of compliance gaining through a marketing lens.The question is: How can you leverage compliance gaining…

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  • 4 Psychological Triggers Every Content Creator Must Know

    … even though we do not have them at birth. This is a function of a relatively modern study called evolutionary psychology. As far-fetched as it may sound, learning specific aspects of human psychology caused by evolution can turn a good content creator into a great one. Many of the following psychological triggers will be elements you already use…

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  • I feel, therefore I buy: How your users make buying decisions

    … to follow. – Dan Hill, Author, Emotionomics: Leveraging Emotions for Business Success Emotions are powerful. Neuroscience + Marketing In recent years, the science dubbed neuromarketing has begun to emerge; it “bridges the study of consumer behavior with neuroscience”. The first piece of neuromarketing research was published in Neuron in 2004…

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  • 59 words and phrases that convert (and how to use ’em)

    … rates When you want people to take action, always give a reason. – Kevan Lee, 189 powerful words that convert, Buffer Blog Make your copywriting personal by using “You” This tiny, three letter word is one of the most persuasive words of all as it shows a brand is conscientious about its customers and provides a personalized touch. – Jesse…

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  • A/B testing during the holidays: Risks and rewards

    … Are you considering running A/B tests this holiday season? Testing during the holidays may seem like a good idea — after all, the spike in traffic can help complete a test quickly — but it’s important to understand how the results might be skewed. Consumer behavior is different during the holidays: their sense of urgency is higher, or they may…

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  • The psychological persuasiveness of Aylan Kurdi’s tragic story

    … people. Humans aren’t rational What does this mean for marketers? Though it may seem crass to use a tragedy as a marketing lesson, and I hesitated even posting this article for that reason, all experiences can be instructive. I am in no way minimizing the tragedy of Aylan’s demise, or commenting on the current Syrian refugee situation. But, what can…

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  • 3 Rules of Psychology in Sales and Marketing

    …. This infographic from Salesforce Canada touches on the psychology of sales and marketing and presents 3 rules that may help you (and us) do a better job of marketing and sales: Emotions play a huge role in purchasing decisions – trust is imperative so your brand recognition, web presence, online authority, reviews and even your pricing (too…

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  • Mathew McConaughey Defines Today’s Lincoln Man

    … commercials, Matthew is helping us introduce Lincoln’s next chapter of luxury with MKC. Lincoln MKC is extremely important for our brand.” McConaughey says, “When Lincoln came to me with the idea of the campaign, I liked what the message was about. Authentic is a word that kept coming up.” An authentic performance is exactly what resonates…

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  • Get 3X the conversion rate by adding a second “option,” research finds

    … Using university research, I’m going to show you these: The exact number of products to have on a category page Why you should not just have one product This specific range of buying options will give you a conversion rate boost If you sell one product, you may have a 9% conversion rate. If you sell two similar products, one of your…

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  • How to dominate in a “dead” and competitive market (Part 5)

    … This is the fifth part in the series on how to overcome a saturated niche. You may read parts one through four here. In this part, you will discover why you shouldn’t even mention a benefit in the headline. You need to call-out your customers’ names by using this trick called identification. If you’re in the most competitive stage of advertising…

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