Good Horror and Good Marketing

I was recently watching a game stream of  a game called “The Observer”. The game is set in the horror genre in a distopian future Poland. It relies mostly on setting and implication to create an uneasy horror environment, unlike other games that tend to use extremely open horror enemies and darkness. Similarly good marketing […]

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Negative Sides of a Front

Fronts serve an important purpose in business and manipulation. They serve to redirect or misdirect things working on the off hand principle in martial arts and street “magic”. There are some negatives sides to using fronts. If you use a front as your major representation of you or your business, especially if you’re not confident […]

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Negative projection

Most people use their own actions and feelings to judge other’s actions and behavior. There are two uses to this. One it gives you a look into their likely actions. And two you get a look at how they view the world. Both of which are handy data. The problem with this is that most […]

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Subtle Influence

In a conversation today one of the member of a chat that I’m in mentioned he’s extremely good at propaganda. From the way he was portraying his case it was very clear that he probably is not. Now I am very much my own personality in whatever situation I’m in but depending on that situation […]

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Fear as a Marketing Tool

Fear. It’s one of our most primal emotions. Defying logic in some cases. It’s manifested in marketing primarily as scarcity but can be used to move product by creating a vague and horrible threat, making the product a necessity. Fear feeds off of a lack of information and education. The more informed an individual, the […]

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