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When it comes to CRO and optimization in general, we’re constantly thinking about how to grow our numbers and scale the business. Using various techniques and tools, we push forward to acquire more customers and generate more revenue.

So, it’s great that businesses want to generate more revenue and grow, but customers don’t really care about that. There are many competitors out there selling the same stuff and trying to grab their attention. How do you convince your visitors to invest in you?

If your answer is “we have amazing features” or “we’re cheaper than our competitor”, allow me to stop you right there. You’re doing it wrong.

Research done in the past 35 years shows that emotions “powerfully, predictably, and pervasively influence decision making” ( Lerner et. al. ).

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studied individuals who had brain damage in the area that generates emotion. When asked, these people found it difficult to make even simple decisions, such as what to eat (pasta vs. a sandwich).

The research highlights the fact that those who base their marketing on pure logic and reason are doomed to only go so far because they do not understand what truly motivates people’s decision making processes – emotion .

“Hence, in order to have anything like a complete theory of human rationality, we have to understand what role emotion plays in it.” — H. Simon, 1983, Reason in Human Affairs

Marketing, and CRO specifically, is more than just analyzing data and understanding online behavior or leaks in a funnel. It’s about understanding people’s decision making processes, and catering to emotional needs. Appealing to them on an emotional level and helping them rationalize their decision making process. It is our job as marketers to drive logic where emotion lays.

When we buy something, we don’t purchase a “product”, a special price or features; we purchase an experience and a better version of ourselves.

The only way to optimize your funnel, increase sign ups, create a better user flow or even a better product is to constantly ask yourself, “What’s in it for my customer?” and, “How can I cater to their needs?”

What’s In It For Customers?

Many brands are trying to convert your customers, which is why before asking people to subscribe to your newsletter list, for example, you must have a clear strategy that shows customers exactly what’s in it for them. Why should they choose you over others?

For example, below are two very common emotional triggers that turn visitors into customers:

1. Belonging – One of the most common and well-known strategies for signing people up to a service or a mailing list, for example, is giving people a sense of community and exclusivity. Humans are social creatures who love to feel like part of a group and customers often purchase products in an attempt to feel part of a specific group.

If you’re like most people, Peep’s arm will direct your attention to the headline. Now consider the look on his face: concern, passion, assertiveness. In the few milliseconds before your focus shifts to the headline, you’re already primed to feel a slight sense of anxiety.

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Note the use of color to direct your attention to the word “money”. Not only is red a “stop” color, but it’s also contrasting.

Consider how Nike uses awe in their images…

Or how Mothers Against Drunk Driving uses sadness and anxiety…

Or how SilvaStar, which creates forest products, uses anger…

There’s also a psychological theory called emotional contagion . When a personal connection is established, you start to see emotional synchrony. So, hanging out with people who are regularly sad or quick to anger will influence your sadness and anger levels. Images can be used to make that connection and create synchrony.

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There are two main factors that go into emotional copywriting: triggers words and storytelling.

Trigger Words

Trigger words are commonly associated with specific emotions. When read, they subconsciously trigger those emotions. This works in a way that’s similar to someone with PTSD recalling an emotionally traumatic event because of an environmental trigger.

For example, what emotions do these two sets of words trigger for you?

For most people, they will trigger anger and sadness, respectively.

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, founder of Copyblogger, wrote : “The difference between the right word and the almost right word is determined by the level of emotional identification that word prompts. In other words, the right emotional trigger words take the same basic message to all new heights.”

Repeatedly using words that typically trigger a certain emotion will, inevitably, trigger that emotion for your visitors.

First, ensure you understand the words your audience is familiar with. Yes, most people associate arrogant, greed, cruelty, hate and bitter with “angry”. And yes, most people associate despair, unfortunate, sorry, agony and helpless with “sadness”.

However, there might be certain words that trigger those emotions specifically for your audience (e.g. “malpractice” for doctors).

Some cultures don’t have a word for “worry” while others have 15 words for “fear”. Thus, trigger words are not universal and the best way to discover them is to:

1. Perform qualitative research to find your audience’s trigger words. What words are your happiest customers using? Your most frustrated customers? What words are being used to convey emotion on the sites they frequent?

1. Perform qualitative research to find your audience’s trigger words.

Following infection, Slingshot would load a number of modules onto the victim device, including two huge and powerful ones: Cahnadr, the kernel-mode module, and GollumApp, a user-mode module. The two modules are connected and able to support each other in information gathering, persistence, and data exfiltration.

The most sophisticated module is GollumApp. This contains nearly 1,500 user-code functions and provides most of the above described routines for persistence, file system control, and CC communications.

Canhadr, also known as NDriver, contains low-level routines for network, IO operations, and so on. Its kernel-mode program is able to execute malicious code without crashing the whole file system or causing Blue Screen—a remarkable achievement. Written in pure C language, Canhadr/Ndriver provides full access to the hard drive and operating memory despite device security restrictions, and [it] carries out integrity control of various system components to avoid debugging and security detection.

The researchers said Slingshot may have used other methods, including zero-day vulnerabilities, to spread. It has been active since at least 2012 and remained operational through last month. The ability for such a full-featured piece of malware to remain hidden for so long is one of the things that makes it so advanced.

One of the ways Slingshot concealed itself was its use of an encrypted virtual file system that was typically located in an unused part of the hard drive. By segregating malware files from the file system of the infected computer, Slingshot stood a much better chance of remaining undetected by antivirus engines. Other stealth techniques included encrypting all text strings in its various modules, calling system services directly to bypass so-called hooks used by security products, and the ability to shut down components when forensic tools are loaded.

The main purpose of the malware appears to be espionage. Kaspersky Lab's analysis suggested Slingshot was used to log desktop activity and clipboard contents and to collect screenshots, keyboard data, network data, passwords, and USB connection data. The ability for Slingshot to access the operating system kernel means the malware had access to whatever data was stored on the hard drive or in the internal memory of an infected machine. Infected computers were located primarily in Kenya and Yemen, but also in Afghanistan, Libya, Congo, Jordan, Turkey, Iraq, Sudan, Somalia, and Tanzania. Most of the victims appeared to be targeted individuals. Some, however, were government organizations and institutions.

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Debug messages written in perfect English suggest that the developers spoke that language. As is typical for Kaspersky Lab reports, Friday's report didn't attempt to identify the developers of Slingshot other than to say they most likely worked on behalf of a nation-state.

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