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Posts tagged with Theory

content psychology

Six psychology principles that can help your content marketing

Incorporating a range of psychological principles into your content marketing and sales strategy is a no-brainer.

Knowing what makes your customers tick and how you can influence their purchasing behaviours and decisions is crucial when developing in-depth content marketing strategies.

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What the hell is social influence?

Thanks to the continuing evolution of social media, there’s a lot of talk at the moment around influence, identifying and understanding it in action, as well as how this can be used commercially. 

Just last week my colleague, Matt, wrote an insightful post about the intricacies and accuracy of this, but recent conversations I’ve had with quite a few people makes me think that on a wider basis, the fundamentals around this increasingly complex area are misunderstood, and in some instances, overlooked altogether. 

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