Instantly delete email threats with 365 Threat Monitor » Free Offer
Welcome Guest | Sign In
ECTNews.com
Deliver winning CX every time
E-Commerce Times TechNewsWorld CRM Buyer LinuxInsider
Discussions

E-Commerce Times Talkback

 
ECT News Community   »   E-Commerce Times Talkback   »   Re: 10 Types of Social Proof and What Makes Them Effective



Re: 10 Types of Social Proof and What Makes Them Effective
Posted by: Kas Andz 2020-08-06 07:45:23
See Full Story

Social proof is an individual influencer or group clout that gives "proof" to a product. It is based on the principle that people tend to follow and conform to an influential person or a majority. They do this to be validated -- a result of a need for safety. Here are 10 kinds of social proof strategies -- and how and why they work.


Re: 10 Types of Social Proof and What Makes Them Effective
Posted by: johnsmith2167 2020-08-20 02:02:14 In reply to: Kas Andz
Really descriptive and informative. Thanks for sharing!

Re: 10 Types of Social Proof and What Makes Them Effective
Posted by: tiWari 2020-08-06 11:46:42 In reply to: Kas Andz
Hi,
That was a very informative blog. Assurance to customer to shop online is a very necessary as a e-commerce website. Customer need something to depend upon how genuine the site is. That was some nice points you mentioned on your article. I have a e-commerce site on which I will also work on it accordingly.You have done a great research to provide a quality blog to us. Thank you so much. Keep giving us articles like this more.
Jump to:
When an operating system upgrade is released for your personal computer, how soon do you install it?
ASAP -- I like to have the latest software and security features as soon as they become available.
After a Couple of Weeks -- I wait a little while in case there are problems reported by first users of the new OS.
After One Month or Longer -- I'm skeptical of new software versions and want to be confident that bugs have been fixed.
Maybe Never -- If my computer is working, my view is "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."