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The emotional component of stickiness

The goal of making a message emotional is to make people care. Feelings inspire people to take action.

  • The easiest way to make people care is to form creative associations between something they already care about and something they don't care about (yet). 
  • Appealing to self-interest. A common mistake is to emphasize a feature over benefits. For example, telling people you have the best seed instead of stating that it will give them the greenest lawn.
  • Appealing to identity. Focusing on intangibles such as self-esteem or a sense of duty is more powerful than focusing on money.

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Low self-worth also cuases people to feel that there is little chance that the future will be any better.

  • These feelings of hopelessness can make it hard for people with low self-esteem to engage in behaviors

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