According to media expert Michael Levine, author of Guerrilla P.R. 2.0: Wage an Effective Publicity Campaign without Going Broke, here are the five most persuasive words in the English language.
What words would persuade you? What words move you?
Do you agree these are the five most persuasive words in the English language? Or do you know of other words that are more persuasive?
Please comment below to share your most persuasive words. Thanks
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I’ve read in other marketing reports that “Now”, “Learn”, “Secret”, “How to”, “Get”, and other action words are the most persuasive words to use when attempting to elicit an action.
Well, now we have 10 very powerful and persuasive words. So perhaps go with now, new, secret, free, and how to.
Oh, but then you miss YOU. That word is just too important to miss.
Yes, it is indeed very difficult to choose only the five MOST persuasive words in English! :-)
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