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...t for fun. On the other side, the sadness connects people in an influential way. When one baby is crying, there is more chance that other babies will cry too. Therefore, emotion affect our daily life significantly, and it influence the way of marketing too.
Taking the google as an example, Berger illustrates the successful of google because they know to market the emotion into consumer’s mind. Google has a great interface and useful search result; however, they did not consider the emotion appeal to the consumer. Many similar businesses such as google will not consider emotion in the search engine. But, they are matter to the user because people will get connect with google emotionally if the search engine adds on emotions. Cafaro created the emotion appeal for the google search engine with the Creative Lab team. This was successful after they evaluate the result.
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