Tag Archives: Psychological

4 Psychological Triggers Used In-Store that Ecommerce Can Use to Increase Urgency and Drive Sales

Ronita Mohan — July 3, 2019 — July 3, 2019 There is no doubt that ecommerce has become all the rage. From Amazon being the world leader in terms of ecommerce sales to small business entrepreneurs setting up shop via social media, ecommerce is moving and shaking the retail industry. But despite pundits predicting the … Continue reading 4 Psychological Triggers Used In-Store that Ecommerce Can Use to Increase Urgency and Drive Sales

5 Psychological Concepts That Can Improve Your Content Marketing

By Larry Alton| 2017-10-04T06:21:54+00:00 October 5th, 2017|Marketing|0 Comments Share Share Tweet +1 Stumble Pin Though you may not have thought about it in such specific terms, content marketing is all about psychology. You need to understand who your target audience is, discover what topics and angles will appeal to them most, and then provide it … Continue reading 5 Psychological Concepts That Can Improve Your Content Marketing

Social Media Engagement: 5 Psychological Principles You Can Use to Improve Results

by Melissa Chu March 21, 2016March 21, 2016 Are your social media efforts engaging people? Do you want to learn how to get audiences to respond? Creating content that connects with your target audience makes you stand out and motivate consumers to take action. In this article you’ll discover five ways to captivate audiences by … Continue reading Social Media Engagement: 5 Psychological Principles You Can Use to Improve Results

19 Psychological Tactics for Successful Crowdfunding Campaigns

Nick KolendaJuly 29, 2015 Crowdfunding is painful. With standard conversions, people receive value immediately. They buy your product. Then they receive your product. Done and done. That’s not crowdfunding. With crowdfunding, the end product doesn’t even exist. You need to convince people to give you money for something that they won’t receive for months (and … Continue reading 19 Psychological Tactics for Successful Crowdfunding Campaigns