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  • How to Win Friends and Influence People

    腾讯分分彩害死人 www.kwxts.com Dale Carnegie

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    Many years ago, the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin was being maligned by a dangerous
    whispering campaign. A malicious rumor was being circulated. Advertisers were being
    told that the newspaper was no longer attractive to readers because it carried too much
    advertising and too little news. Immediate action was necessary. The gossip had to be
    squelched.
    But how?
    This is the way it was done.
    The Bulletin clipped from its regular edition all reading matter of all kinds on one
    average day, classified it, and published it as a book. The book was called One Day. It
    contained 307 pages - as many as a hard-covered book; yet the Bulletin had printed all
    this news and feature material on one day and sold it, not for several dollars, but for a
    few cents.
    The printing of that book dramatized the fact that the Bulletin carried an enormous
    amount of interesting reading matter. It conveyed the facts more vividly, more
    interestingly, more impressively, than pages of figures and mere talk could have done.
    This is the day of dramatization. Merely stating a truth isn’t enough. The truth has to be
    made vivid, interesting, and dramatic. You have to use showmanship. The movies do it.
    Television does it. And you will have to do it if you want attention.
    Experts in window display know the power of dramatization. For example, the
    manufacturers of a new rat poison gave dealers a window display that included two
    live rats. The week the rats were shown, sales zoomed to five times their normal rate.
    Television commercials abound with examples of the use of dramatic techniques in
    selling products. Sit down one evening in front of your television set and analyze what
    the advertisers do in each of their presentations. You will note how an antacid medicine
    changes the color of the acid in a test tube while its competitor doesn’t, how one brand