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Social diffusion, when an idea or behavior spreads from the individual level to a much larger population, plays a prominent role in successful campaigns.
Make sure that people who adopt the behavior are rewarded in a very visible manner.
Target well-known people within the population and convince them to publicly speak about adopting the behavior.
Convince people to commit to making small behavior changes, and then gradually encourage them to make larger changes.
Normative social influence can be used to make individuals adopt the desired behaviors of a group. People like to feel accepted by a group and will alter their behaviors to conform with the group norms.
Ex.) Reducing the use of plastic bags in stores by making them harder to find and requiring people to ask for them publicly, which is embarassing. Soon people will stop using plastic bags in order to avoid the public embarassment.
Science of habit: to increase a person's likelihood of embracing a new habit, try pairing it with an existing habit that they have, or an environmental cue.
Ex.) Advertising a free trial of SiriusXM radio during a daily commute will encourage people to buy a subscription to SiriusXM when the free trial runs out, because they have gotten so used to listening to it while they are driving.
Prompts are a simple, effective way to inspire behavior changes initially, but they do not create long term change; combine prompts with a more enduring incentive for lasting change.