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This Week’s Brainy Best At-A-Glance
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🧠 Snack: Getting buyers to agree to your requests 50% more often
🤓 Breakdown: The buyer psychology behind Dyson’s success
🛠️ Tool: Use AI to automate blog publishing
📖 Resource: 6 strategies for growing a podcast
Brainy Snack 🧠
Research studies show that people are 50% more likely to say yes to a small request if you ask them a large one first.
(It’s called the Door-in-the-face technique).
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Something that you don’t actually need them to say yes to.
Follow up with a smaller request.
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Brainy Breakdown 🤓
Dyson’s marketing team was on their A-game when they created this ad.
Instead of adding one buyer psychology strategy to this ad, they added two.
Here’s the breakdown:
#1: The Framing Effect
“Twice the suction” frame’s Dyson’s vacuum as immediately superior to the other vacuums.
Our minds process images 60x faster than words.
With one quick look you can easily remember Dyson’s vacuum. That’s because their marketing team purposely made Dyson’s vacuum much larger than the rest.
As much as this helps to prove the framing of the suction power, it also helps make Dyson’s product more memorable long-term.
Brainy Tool 🛠
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Brainy Resource 📖
Growing a podcast is notoriously difficult.
How would you grow a podcast with a niche audience of orthodontists?
Ryan Helms breaks down the 6 strategies that helped his client get 185,000 downloads.
Removing the fluff from the start of the episodes helped listener retention (which is something that’s applicable to all of your content).
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