The SEO marketing domain is constantly getting revamped with Google constantly introducing new updates in its algorithms. With updates like Panda and Penguin floating around us, it can be challenging to cheat the system and keep pace with the ever-changing trends. Yet, knowing how these trends can affect your shop … Continue Reading
Welcome to the fifth and final part of our series on How to Use Psychology to Enhance Outreach. In the previous installment we talked about the decoy effect, a cognitive bias that causes us to change the way we evaluate choices when an inferior choice is introduced. In the context … Continue Reading
Welcome to part 4 of our 5 part series on psychology as applied to marketing outreach. In the 3rd part, we talked about priming, the subtle way in which word choice and topic focus subconsciously impacts how people perceive a situation and respond to it, accordingly.
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Welcome to part 3 of our 5 part series on applied psychology as a method of approaching outreach for link building and inbound marketing. In the 2nd part we discussed the principle of anchoring, two related effects that cause us to make decisions that overemphasize the importance of easily … Continue Reading
Welcome to part 2 of our 5 part series on applied psychology and its relationship with outreach for link building and inbound marketing. In the 1st part we discussed the principle of reciprocity, how people are more receptive to any opportunities you approach them with, if you offer something to … Continue Reading