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Heart or Not

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by xXKingdom_SEOXx, Dec 4, 2007.

  1. xXKingdom_SEOXx

    xXKingdom_SEOXx BANNED BANNED

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    If you discovered a simple script that will hypnotise people to bring money to you everytime they get it, would you use the script on them? :)
     
  2. nicho

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    There is already a script out there thats been tried and tested and BANNED YEARS AGO, they used it in the cinemas, it works on using subliminal messages like adverts in the films themselves , needless to say coca cola sales shot up in the testing period. nicho
     
  3. gts6

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    hell yeah id use it, i wouldnt even have to think twice
     
  4. portillo

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    King--You saying you have this? If such a thing exists it would probably sell for $1 billion. Im interested in seeing the banned one though. Anybody know here it is?
     
  5. gts6

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    the thing that is banned is the use in advertising of hidden subliminal messages that appear in split second. its not a script.

    although i suppose this could very well be used in some videos on your sites saying "buy my stuff" pretty easily, lol.

    not sure how the law affects marketing like this, i know its not legal in TV ads, not sure if this is treated differently
     
  6. xXKingdom_SEOXx

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    i know about this stuff, by "script" i dont mean website scripting or something like that, i know about the banned one 2
     
  7. Diabolik

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    Dude, that's an urban legend. It was not proven to effect sales at all and based solely on one crazy theater owner's claim in the 50's. When behavioral scientists went to investigate, they found it was bullshit.

    This is documented in the book "The Hidden Persuaders" by Vance Packard and is the book that inspired Wilson Brian Key's book "Subliminal Seduction"

    I highly recommend both.

     
  8. milligan

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    ...and from memory it was popcorn sales that it was tested.

    Surely a coder could make something that you could include in your webpage that could do the same. It would just cycle and flash an image with a certain message for a few milliseconds.

    Do a test on two duplicate sales pages then drive hordes of traffic at both and compare the sales on both. If your test confirmed some significant difference in favour of your subliminal script then you can sell it as "super new banned underground black hat cash squeezer" or something.

    Two issues I can see. 1) you better keep all your profits for the almost certain law suit against you for affecting peoples free will, and 2) the hordes of traffic.

    Actually if you know how to drive the hordes of traffic fuck the flashy script.
     
  9. Diabolik

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    It was both.