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10 Ways to Understand Buyers Psychology [infographic]

10 Ways to Understand Buyers Psychology [infographic] | Education and Psychology News and Issues | Scoop.it

Every business wants more customers so they timely enhance the product's, run active marketing campaigns i.e. SEO, social media, email marketing, advertisements, etc. and provides good customer service to become more reachable and reliable for their customers.

 

Sometimes, marketing fails, web design don't covert, product doesn’t work out, advertisements don't provide reliable results, and in simple words customers don't rely on the product. The "secret" to more sales is as simple as understanding just what your buyer expects (and wants) from your business.

 

Above are the 10 studies that is taken over at HelpScout. It reveals such insights into the mind of your customers.

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How Marketers Use Psychology Of Choice To Their Advantage [Infographic]

How Marketers Use Psychology Of Choice To Their Advantage [Infographic] | Education and Psychology News and Issues | Scoop.it

Did you know there is a whole psychology behind the choices that we make? Savvy marketers are able to use this to their advantage. This is fascinating!

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Jacob’s Dream: The Ladder to the Self

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In reviewing art and dreams from the Bible, the dream of Jacob's Ladder is overwhelmingly the most popular subject. I find this dream (and the paintings) to

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How Marketers Use Psychology Of Choice To Their Advantage [Infographic]

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Internet Psychology: 5 Emotions Invented By The Internet [Infographic]

Internet Psychology: 5 Emotions Invented By The Internet [Infographic] | Education and Psychology News and Issues | Scoop.it

Internet psychology is a fascinating thing, and it affects us all. This article is about five of the new emotions that we didn't have before the Internet.

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Image, Language, and the Lived Body in the Depth Psychology of the Self

Image, Language, and the Lived Body in the Depth Psychology of the Self | Education and Psychology News and Issues | Scoop.it

In 1994 in the Ardeche region of France, three explorers pulled rocks away from a tiny opening at the base of a cliff and opened the door to another world. Inside the deepest recesses of what turned out to be a 1300-foot long cave were remarkable images of animals painted there by humans living 30,000 years ago (Herzog, 2010).

 

The images are remarkable in their style and beauty, virtually perfectly preserved in the near airtight conditions of the cave. Lions, bears, bison, reindeer, mammoth, rhinoceroses and other beings line the walls in almost three-dimensional form, many captured in dynamic action--hooves raised, mouths, open, legs bent midstride--as if they were living beings.

 

Today, it is easy to take language for granted. The majority of the civilized world both reads and writes, allowing communication in very specific topic and form.  But what is it to “have language”--be linguistic creatures? What would life... (Click title to continue reading)


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