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Learn how to accelerate your online business growth and design your customer experience to affect decision-making flow

What you will learn

Understand the basics of online buying behavior and how to motivate your target audience to act

How to increase conversions and sales with behavioral techniques and capitalize on cognitive biases

Intelligently employ behavioral science principles like Scarcity, Commitment or Loss Aversion, so that your assets and messages become more compelling

Use proven tools such as Social proof, Goldilock effect, Anchoring or Paradox of Choice to help you eliminate friction from the buying process

Close the gap between trigger and purchase faster, so that your existing and potential customers spend less time exposed to competitor brands and messaging

Understand the fundamental principles of commercial communication


How do you get people to vaccinate, quit smoking or buy a product online? By providing information on the benefits they will obtain if they act?

Unfortunately, giving people more information on what will gain from acting in many cases simply does not work.

In this course you will find out why it is often much more effective to make the desired behavior easy or simply to change the context in which people take decisions.

Upon completing this course you will feel confident about mastering the principles of selling online, no matter if you manage a huge venue like Amazon or a small Facebook marketplace.

You will gain an understanding of basic psychology and why psychological principles are so important in marketing.

You will discover how psychology influences the buying process.

You will be able to employ marketing tactics, based on key psychological principles, that are most appropriate and effective for your market and brand.

The topics I will cover in this course are:

– An introduction to Behavioral Economics and why Daniel Kahneman believes “People think much less then they think they think”

– How does Behavioral Economics relate to digital marketing and online sales

– The power of Commitment devices as “Foot-in-the-door” technique to generate leads

– How to use the Scarcity principle to create a sense of urgency and close the gap between trigger and purchase

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– How Social Proof can help you boost conversions

– Power of easy concepts simplifying the purchase journey of your customers

– How to use Loss Aversion to increase conversion rates and brand engagement

…and many more powerful psychological principles to improve your online marketing effectiveness, packed with useful tips and implementation guidelines.

This course WILL NOT PROVIDE you with some magical 12-steps formula to help you crack all the secrets of digital marketing in 7 days.

This course WILL PROVIDE you with a set of THINKING PRINCIPLES and a solid understanding of human psychology and marketing that will help you design choice options to influence the way people choose, as you would like.

Once you complete the course you will understand why some renowned university professors, such as David Savage, argue the use of behavioral economics should be legislated due to its effectiveness.

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Introduction to to Behavioral Economics

Lecture One Quizz

Behavioral Economics and Online Shopping Behavior

Lecture 2 – Behavioral Economics and Online Shopping Behavior
Lecture 2 Quiz
Lecture 3 – Social proof
Lecture 3 Quiz
Lecture 4 – Scarcity
Lecture 4 Quiz
Lecture 5 – Commitment devices
Lecture 5 Quiz
Lecture 6 – Power of easy
Lecture 6 Quiz
Lecture 7 – Defaults
Lecture 7 Quiz
Lecture 8 – Goldilocks effect
Lecture 8 Quiz
Lecture 9 – Choice architecture
Lecture 9 Quiz
Lecture 10 – Loss Aversion
Lecture 10 Quiz
Lecture 11 – A model to nudge behavior
Lecture 11 Quiz