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My experiences with the last 5 months of my failed Drop Shipping store, and what comes next.
If someone thinks the idea (or opinion) is their own, or belongs to the group with which they identify, they will defend that idea or opinion.
Researchers then tricked people into believing the opposing view was their own… and people began to argue for that side of the opinion. This is known as Choice Blindness, where we’re blind to the choice we actually made.
The lesson here is that, when people are freed from the judgement and reasons to be defensive, their minds and attitudes are far more flexible.
Using concepts of motivation and bias to help guide user decisions.
Our visual input is extremely powerful. Seeing our favorite “Instagram influencers” promote something gives that item a hit of prestige and social proof. But what does this gorilla marketing look like behind the scenes of Instagram and other social media sites?