Distract Customers' Rational Side To Tempt Them Into Purchase

If thinking rationally about your product makes customers consider alternatives, distract the cognitive side so that people are more likely to go with their emotional impulses, says a business professor at Standford after conducting a study. "If you're asking consumers to, say, sample a new candy bar, it might help to have a TV playing nearby with distracting content."
-- CNN
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