Does a 100 year old book on advertising still apply today? In part two we explore another of Hopkins’ principles: Why Specifics Matter. If you ever tire of the slightly ridiculous drone of “hustle, hustle and hustle”, you might want to step into the past over a cup of coffee and cake. And read the […]
Psychological Marketing Strategy: Tactics And Marketing Tips
Does marketing involve psychology? What are psychological factors in marketing? What is the importance of psychology in your marketing strategy?
Running any business involves a proper business strategy. However it is important to understand the psychology of your customers. Once you understand what your customers want you can cater to their needs.
So how do use psychology as part of your marketing strategy?
This section contain psychological marketing strategies and tactics that you can use in your business. These strategies have been tested and have been proven to work time and time again.
In the articles below, you will learn about:
- Why staying small is a good business strategy
- What is uniqueness and how to use it to increase sales
- The strategy of retaining clients
- The psychological triggers in marketing
- How to get testimonials for every product
Look at the list of articles below, pick the one that gets your attention and start reading. Every article give you one actionable strategy that you can add to your business plan.
Articles on psychological marketing strategy from Psychotactics
Which marketing book has sold over eight million copies (and you might have never read)? Does a 100 year old book on advertising still apply today? In this two-part series we delve into concepts that are not just relevant, but crucial in marketing. Find out the principles that have lasted almost a whole century and […]
Do you think that you have to be incredibly special, or at least different to stand out in a crowded market? Yet, at least at the starting point, it’s the mundane that gets the attention. If anything, being unique or different seems to be backfire. How do you use the power of mundanity to break […]
Should we create content in a saturated market? If you and I look around, we see product or services just like ours everywhere. Instantly we get a feeling of having missed the bus. The market is clearly saturated and there’s little or no point in us having to create more content, or product or services. […]
If you were asked: What is the uniqueness of this podcast, would you be able to answer the question? The chances are that you might state one of the features, but not what makes it truly unique. What do you have to do to make the uniqueness come to life? And how do you get […]
Big companies talk a lot about leadership. However you and I may not have that big charisma factor. What do we have to do to get things done when working with freelancers? What if we need to work with several team members? In this episode, we look at how the primary task is to get […]
Think Big. Really? Studies show us that scaling up is often disastrous for most companies But what’s the alternative? That’s what we look at in this book review—well, chapter review—of Company of One by Paul Jarvis. Instead of driving ourselves crazy, we bring in sanity and upper boundaries to our business, while living a very […]
One of the most mind numbing tasks is to get a client to pay for the job you’ve completed Clients tend to be slow with payments or just default. But is there a way to avoid such a mess? There’s not just one, but three separate ways to go about it. Let’s find out how […]
It seems natural to keep an eye, even get obsessive about your competitors. However, it’s a poor strategy for many reasons. In this episode, we make the case for why the competition doesn’t really matter as much as you think. And why focusing on them could possibly cause clients to desert you, instead. Right click […]
Is it hard to get a client? Sure it is, but how many of us “lose” the client within minutes or days? We may not realise it, but without a very clear on-boarding system, clients simply get confused and leave. Or they feel unsafe and don’t consume your product or service. The question is: how […]