Tag Archives: Psychology

Contagious Content: The Psychology That Drives Sharing – Infographic

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The visual not only touches on the psychology behind what drives folks to share content, but also examines elements necessary to take content to the max level of shareability. It goes on to explain that the more emotion content evokes, the likelihood of going viral increases.

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Increase Conversions Using Simple Psychology – Infographic

The decision making process follows a relatively predictable pattern, with triggers that influence and guide consumer behavior. Understanding these triggers can change the way consumers perceive your marketing and can make your conversion points irresistible to your audience. Continue reading

Sales Psychology: 10 Ways to Convert Prospects Into Customers – Infographic

When it comes to converting more customers, the secret to more sales is as simple as understanding just what your buyer wants (and expects) from your business.

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The Psychology of Colors – Infographic

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Ever wondered why McDonald’s, KFC and Pizza Hut have a dash of red in their logos? Because the colour red whets appetite. ET Magazine looks at the many shades of colour that make us see things differently.

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Self-Obsession, Narcissism and Social Networking – Infographic

With 90 percent of U.S. internet users having signed up for at least one social network, and one out of every eight people on the planet active on Facebook, social media has come a long, long way in a very brief period of time.

Indeed, one in every five minutes online is now spent using these social channels, a figure that has more than doubled since 2007. In each and every minute, we generate some 694,980 Facebook status updates and write 532,080 tweets. And 80 percent of those posts are about our favourite person – ourselves.

Yep, if there’s one thing social media has revealed very clearly it’s the level of narcissism and self-obsession that we almost all have. More than one third (35 percent) of users tag themselves in the 250 million photos that are uploaded daily to social platforms, and people with high levels of self-belief (or, conversely, very low self esteem) spend more than an hour every day on Facebook.

This infographic takes a closer look at the psychology of social networking.

Source: mediabistro.com, Psychology Degree.