Mind Manipulation

Marketing Strategies that abuse our Goodness Tuesday 12 June 2018 at 08:43 am

Free Mind

Manipulation or "How to" or "Why" to Abusing our Drive for Goodness

by Nuit, BSc Economics

Mind Manipulation Marketing Strategies that manipulate our drive for Goodness Create reality of your dreams

Mind manipulation or the manipulation of thoughts and feelings has always been a big part of our day-to-day reality. It doesn't come to any free-man as a surprise that manipulating our drive for goodness, many giants' marketing campaigns use animals or babies or sex to provoke a desired reaction - trust, a smile, or resentment, hoping we will re-act to their messages with an inner smile while observing babies, animals or sexy bodies. In the same way, manipulating our drive for goodness politicians use a particular dress code, or a body posture, a smile number 16, so we believe they are sincere.

Manipulating our attraction towards “well known”, using our trust mechanisms, the billionaires these days use all sort of un-sub/conscious messages to build their Billionaire's Kingdoms. This is why we find hugely successful companies named “Apple” or “Orange” or “GO”. The more money within the business, more researches are done towards influencing both conscious and unconscious minds of Humanity so the millions can multiply.

A Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber followers are now called “Beliebers” a term deliberately used to refer to his crowd – can you believe this! What an obvious manipulation of our goodness drive to “Believe”!

Respecting Yang quality of Ratio and enlightening It with Intuition, we now wish to explore the negative applications of Mind Manipulation and why “good men” or “free men” are afraid of it.

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Internet and privacy. Is a Marketing Big Brother Always Watching

Is a marketing Big Brother always watching? Monday 18 June 2012 at 08:30 am

Business Articles

Internet and Privacy

Is a marketing Big Brother always watching?

Ethical Internet Marketing

Online ads can build awareness and influence the decision-making process. However, the online ads dig into once privacy much more than anyone could have ever imagined.

When 124 most loyal customers of a Manhattan restaurant received a discount for a burger SMS offer, they must have loved the fact that they are recognised and appreciated by their favourite restaurant. Those 124 “loyalists” re-tweeted this offer to over 40,000 people in their social networks. The restaurant was that evening packed full. On the other hand, these 124 individuals were tracked, observed and specifically market targeted, without their knowledge or consent.

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Best practice for engaging customers online

Customer engagement Monday 18 June 2012 at 08:22 am

Business Articles

Best practice for engaging customers online

Customer Engagement and Alchemy of on-line Marketing

In an ideal world the  cyclle will start with the customers’ needs analysis, is constantly influenced by customers and will change as fast as the customers change their mind-set. However, during the last decade we have become masters of the “creating the need” game, abandoning this important first step.

Listening to customers is often replaced by a marketing effort to convince the consumers that they absolutely need the advertised product, service or offer. “My product or service is truly the best and truly unique” became a very difficult message to convey within the advertisement clutter we live in.

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