Marketing Psychology & Influencing Customers

This course by Vladimir Raykov covers five marketing psychology effects that can be used to substantially increase the effectiveness of your marketing.

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Course Highlights

  • 32 lectures and over 3 hours of video instruction
  • Downloadable PDF files to further explain each principle
  • Regular quizzes to test your knowledge
  • Support in the course forum from instructor and fellow students
  • Learn the 5 key concepts for marketing effectively Who is this course for?Anyone looking to increase the reach of their business or endeavour. Especially online entrepreneurs, writers, instructors and bloggers. 

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Marketing Psychology & Influencing Customers

Vladimir Raykov
Vladimir Raykov, Course Teacher

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Course Facts

Lectures34
LanguageEnglish
RequirementsThere are no prerequisites for this course

Course Teacher

Vladimir Raykov

Online Instructor, Blogger and Author

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This course covers five amazing psychological effects that can be used to substantially increase the effectiveness of your marketing.

If you're aiming to sell more of your products or services then this course can show you tricks you may be missing out on to help you reach and persuade your audience more effectively.

It includes

  • The Decoy Effect, as used by The Economist and Apple Inc to increase revenue.
  • The Rule of Reciprocity, a great way to increasing your reach using a fundamental of psychology
  • The Endowment Effect, where people value something they own more than its really worth.
  • The Framing Effect, meaning the way you frame your proposition drastically changes the way people respond to it.
  • Social Proof Concept, there's no better persuasion tool than to show a prospect that others already love your product. 

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