If I were to sum up the focus of my graduate degree, I could not have done it more concisely than the authors of PSYCBlog did with this summary on how to create a persuasive message. From social proof to the sleeper effect, they’ve covered the most highly influential tactics known to social psychologists today.
Now, pulling them all together into a cohesive, powerful and moving message might not be the easiest thing to do, but to run your ideas through this checklist of persuasion points is certainly worth the time and effort. Click here to read 20 Simple Steps to the Perfect Persuasive Message.
This is one to print out and refer to often. Enjoy.