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Heuristieken bij evenementen: schaarste [6]

In deze serie blogartikelen bespreek ik hoe event organisatoren gebruik kunnen maken van heuristieken om bezoekers te stimuleren om het evenement te bezoeken. Dit laatste artikel gaat over schaarste. 398 more words

Event Marketing

What to Say About Money at The Annual Meeting

Few clergy I know enjoy planning for and conducting the parish annual meeting. Holding elections, hearing reports, and presenting the budget to the membership feel like functions so unrelated to “real” parish ministry. 1,719 more words

Church Stewardship

Secrets of Persuasion Meet Connected Influence

Do you ever feel frustrated trying to convince others to take action, even when that action is beneficial to them?  I know I do!

The hardest seems to be convincing people to invest their time in activities that will strengthen the core of their character and personality, helping them become more effective in all areas of their life. 522 more words

Connection And Influence

The rich mindset, the idea muscle and on-the-side-business

A whole book in James Altucher’s typical style. 

Packed. Informative. Entertaining. A little chaotic. Jumping quickly between styles, digressing, then getting back on track. Interlaced with stories illustrating his points. 576 more words



One of the most frequently quoted Psychologists in my marketing classes was Robert Cialdini. He has a PhD in Psychology and spends most of his research in the field of Marketing, commonly interpreted as the application of psychology. 321 more words

How My Brain Works

Video: Science of Persuasion

“When making a decision, it would be nice to think that people consider all the available information in order to guide their thinking, but the reality is very often different.” – Robert Cialdini, Science of Persuasion…

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Psychology of Persuasion: Experiential Marketing and The Reciprocation Rule

The reciprocation rule is hugely powerful. Sociologists and anthropologists have found evidence of its existence in every human society, with it being deeply rooted in our evolutionary past. 1,309 more words

Experiential Marketing