Here are 4 effective persuasion tools to consider.
1. Pictures and visual words
For pictures of oppression is more impactful that saying “oppression.”
For love and hate and happiness and sadness will bring about a different response than calculated facts.
Because – well – it simply just sticks after a while…
And people are not drawn to the “best” they are drawn to what is easiest to understand.
Remember that facts may do a lot of things, but they do not persuade people.
A good general rule is that people are more influenced by visual persuasion, emotion, repetition, and simplicity than they are by details and facts.