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Woah! It’s the final week of my journey with CXL. Guess what? I have finally completed and earned my certificate in Digital Psychology and Persuasion. Let me be honest, these past 12 weeks was very demanding.

Why you may ask. That’s because CXL’s courses are by default designed to make you fully commit to the course and weed out any of the fakers on the way. But, more on that at the end of the post.

Right now, let me give you an overview of what you can expect of my final post.

1. Some of the techniques and frameworks…

Time sure does fly. At one moment I had many weeks left from my journey of reviewing CXL’s minidegree Digital Psychology and Persuasion, but as of now, I am just one-week way from completing my journey. I must say these past eleven weeks had taught me many valuable lessons while equipping me with the appropriate skills any marketers or solopreneurs should have. To better support that statement, I chose to review the mini course Psychology of Websites to give you readers another exclusive sneak peek of what CXL’s minidegree can offer you.

In this post, you can expect to learn…

Hey! I am back again with my 10th week of reviewing CXL’s minidegree in Digital Psychology and Persuasion. In this post, my review would be based on the mini-course Psychology of Products.
Here’s what you can expect from this post,

1. A short recap of last week’s lesson
2. The four-step framework to build habits and high customer satisfaction around your product
3. Real-life applications to fully optimize the framework to its full potential
4. My opinion on the mini-course Psychology of Products

As usual here’s a disclaimer: Since this course has an exhaustive list of knowledge only a few…

Today’s post is going to mark my 9th week with CXL while enrolling in their minidegree, Digital Psychology and Persuasion. This post would be different than usual, as I am mixing up the ways this post is structured. The course that I am covering today would be Digital psychology & behavioral design training by Brian Cugelman.

Now, let’s breakdown Netflix’s sign-up process from an emotional standpoint. This emotional audit helps us to get a rough idea on how

• emotional design is used in Netflix’s registration process and
• content is used to target the emotional motivators of potential customers

At the landing page with the headline ‘See What’s Next’, users are teased with the anticipation of the future. The play of…

I am back again with my 8th review of CXL’s minidegree in Digital Psychology and Persuasion. In this post, I would be covering the course Influence and interactive design.
Here’s what you can expect from this post,

1.A short recap of last week

2. Light breakdown of AIM (Audience Influence Model)

3. How to use design to

• Direct Attention of Users

Disclaimer: Since the course that I am going to cover today has an exhaustive list of knowledge only a few of the key areas will be covered and I will provide an honest review of the entire course…

Wow! Six weeks have passed and I am just 6 weeks away from completing CXL’s minidegree in Digital Psychology and Persuasion. This calls for a celebration and a recap.

So here’s what you can expect from this week’s post.

1.A total recap on what I have learned from this course so far

2. How to navigate through different stages of trust within your users as they form and build a bond with your brand.

Recap

Week 1

In the first course, I was introduced to 7 Principles Of Persuasion by Cialdini. The 7 principles are as following;

1. Reciprocity

2…

I am back again with my 6th review of CXL’s minidegree in Digital Psychology and Persuasion. In this post, I would be covering the course Cognitive Biases.
Here’s what you can expect from this post,

1. A short explanation of cognitive bias
2. Types of cognitive biases that are affecting the conversion rate
3. Ways to overcome and use those common biases in online marketing
4. My opinion on the mini course cognitive biases

Disclaimer: Since this course has an exhaustive list of knowledge only a few of the key areas will be covered and I will provide a review…

Hey! This week I am back with my 5th review of CXL’s minidegree in Digital Psychology and Persuasion. You might notice from the first sentence that I am quite pumped up by this section. In fact, I am also super excited to present some of the knowledge I had learned from this week’s course: Nonconscious Motivation.

Before I jump straight into what I have learned from this course, let’s take a look at the aim of this course to teach us, marketers, on,

• present-day cognitive models contrasted against prior theories
• further analysis of Cialdini’s persuasion principles
• how to…

Here’s my 4th review of CXL’s Digital Psychology and Persuasion Minidegree. For today, I will be covering the mini-course Applied Neuromarketing from the second module of this mini degree.

Before I proceed further, let’s look at the aim of this course and I will give my final thoughts on have this course has achieved at the end of this post.

The aim of this course is,

· To enable the course learners to be more effective in getting their message into the minds of their customers.

· Ensures the course learners are in control of how the content of a…

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