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Persuasion Techniques

Definition Persuasion Techniques. Description.


Persuasion Techniques are mechanisms utilized in speech, messages or communication to gain social influence.


Since the development of the Persuasion Theory, the most common Persuasion Techniques utilized by mass media, communicators, politicians, businessmen, advertisers, sales people and marketers have been analyzed and listed.


Persuasion tactics are tools utilized to persuade, convince or influence someone to think or do something in accordance to the scopes of a communicator. Most persuasion techniques are based on sequential or multiple steps that a persuader applies in the attempt to bring an interlocutor to a desired point.


Common Persuasion Methods

Some common techniques of persuasion are: Bait and Switch, Foot in the Door, Door in the Face, Framing, the Sleeper Effect, Forced Compliance, Mirroring and Matching, Low Ball, the 4 Ps of Persuasion, and the Validity Effect. Beware that in some cases persuasion can be dangerous and harmful and they should not be exploited for personal use, as in genuine interpersonal relationships, or for fraudulent purposes.


Persuasion techniques are a relevant topic of Social Sciences and of Communication, and any individual should have a basic understanding of them to prevent others using them on you. See also the Ten Commandments of Media Users.


Limitations of Persuasion Approaches. Disadvantages

The main disadvantages of all persuasion techniques is that they donít follow the one-strategy-fits-all rule, meaning that while they can work on an individual in one situation, they might not work with an another individual and may not even work with the same individual if the circumstances vary. Moreover, due to their nature any small mistake in their implementation can lead to failure of the technique and a decrease of the level of trust between the persons involved is probable.


Before using any persuasion tool it is useful to develop a sound knowledge of the selected target. Some techniques to achieve this are: JICNARS Scale, Target Marketing, Consumption Behavior, Market Segmentation, Differentiated Marketing, Values and Lifestyles.


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