New Products From Google, Voice Tweets, And Psychological Tricks Marketers Use To Make You Buy More

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New products from Google

Google on Wednesday announced a bunch of new hardware products at a virtual event. The highlight, of course, was the Pixel 5, which focus heavily on cameras and 5G connectivity. The company also announced the all-new Chromecast with Google TV, Pixel 4a 5G, and a new Nest speaker. If you missed the event, here’s what you need to know.

Voice tweets will come to Android and the Web in 2021

Twitter has just expanded its voice tweets feature, which lets you record a snippet of audio to include with a tweet, to more users on iOS. But perhaps more significantly, Twitter is now saying it plans to add transcriptions to voice tweets to improve accessibility, which could help address criticisms from the feature’s June 17th launch. Read more here.

Psychological tricks marketers use to make you buy more

Ever suffered from buyer’s remorse? You’re not alone. According to a recent survey, only 5% of people have never felt guilty about buying something. That means you must have, at some point in your life, regretted a purchase. But you aren’t necessarily only to blame for impulse buys. After all, you’re constantly bombarded with advertisements and marketing tactics specifically tailored to try and get you to spend more money. This graphic by TitleMax explains 29 different psychological tactics that marketers try to get you to buy more.

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