Adding An Emotional Context to Sales and Leasing Offices

Adding An Emotional Context to Sales and Leasing Offices

CPS SalesTouch interactive kiosk
CPS SalesTouch: Adding Emotion to the Sales Center!

No matter how the numbers and facts line-up, a good portion of the home shopping experience is based on emotion.

Humans are Influenced by Emotion

It’s in our nature. It’s worth considering how to add emotion to your marketing messaging as sales/leasing offices are often the first place visitors encounter the full range of your brand and product.

Include Storytelling Features

Storytelling is one of the best content strategies for creating an emotional connection. Stories are tactile and create a visual picture.
No doubt you’ve heard stories and imagined yourself within that context. That’s what makes a good story as it pulls listeners in and actually makes them a co-creator of the message. Stories make content more interesting and more memorable

Make Sure You’ve Maximized Color

While there are many psychological studies as to color messaging and impact, it’s enough to say that color has an impact and should be a major factor to consider as part of your emotional context.

Incorporate Social Proof

We’ve mentioned collaborative consumption when discussing today’s empowered consumersToday’s home shoppers bring friends — just as they always have.  But, in many cases, they’re “cloud” friends! These advisers are available through social media — providing feedback, offering reviews, providing info as to sales and trends. 

Your story needs to be part of this social cloud.  One of the easiest ways to provide social proof, if you aren’t displaying social media onsite, is to incorporate testimonials. 

Get Interactive!

Scroll back to the top — emotion is tactile! Take a look at Cornerstone Communities’ interactive SalesTouch kiosk: can you imagine the conversations? What a gorgeous sunset! Do you like fishing? I’d love to walk that every evening! Are there restaurants on the pier?

Interactive touch presentations encourage emotional connections. Did you realize using touch generates entirely different (and more positive) brain activity than using a mouse? Take a look at Bob Musa’s book, Creating Customers with Interactive Touch Screen Digital Signage, for more on the power of touch!

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