Did you know that framing is an excellent technique to nudge your customers? Did you read how you can nudge customers with framing?
People tend stick to what they already know and have, even though they are aware that it is not the best option. This is called the Default effect or Default bias.
Have you heard of the cocktail party-effect? This is closely related to the self-relevance effect. In All you need to know about visual cues in your online marketing you can read more about the these effects and how you can apply them.
We experience the pain of losing twice as strong as the pleasure of earning equal gains. In the article You don’t have to be a marketer to benefit from neuromarketing you can read more about loss aversion and how it impacts our behaviour.
Both the amount of followers, and ratings and feedback are types of social proof.
The mere-exposure effect can be explained by increased processing fluency in our brain. That means, the more familiar we are with something, the easier our brain can make sense of it. In general, the easier something makes sense, the better we like it.
This phenomenon is also called the cashless effect. People perceive the value of money differently when paying with credit card as they don't 'feel' it. A plastic card basically has no material value. Also, the paying process is quicker, there is no need to count the bills and the reduction of your money because of the purchase is less obvious.
When judging a statement's accuracy our brain utilises several shortcuts. One is how easy it can understand it. Also, the more often the brain already processed it before, the easier it is to make sense of it again.
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