What's one of the biggest findings from behavioural science that people resist?
That terrifies them the most?
Sequencing prices from high to low.
It's much more common to see menus and websites listing goods from low to high.
Well, that's a problem because you're wasting every sale.
Researchers Suk, Lee and Lichtenstein, for example, found way back in 2011 that listing the most expensive beer first increased the average paid by 4% compared to listing in descending order.
So I know it might...
Nudges are all about subtly influencing behaviour. In this video, I talk through my top five principles from behavioural economics to apply to your business right now, to improve results.
You'll see examples from Twitter, eBay, Noom and others.
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