Types of Marketing, Business and Political Seduction

Definition of seduction
1: the act of seducing; especially : the enticement of a person to sexual intercourse
2: something that seduces : temptation
3: something that attracts or charms

Seduction is accepted, prevalent and practiced in every area of society, and world cultures.


Viet Air

Bikini-clad VietJet Air’s flight attendants


Using sex appeal seduction in ads

Using pretty and handsome salespersons and customer service officers

Trade show girls

● “Public Relations in all its many forms  is primariliy mass seduction” ~ Robert Chaen


Using celebrities, athletes, as product and political endorsements


Using YouTubers, Bloggers, Vloggers, Gamers for branding influencing

Using music, videos, and sports to seduce and influence social and consumer behaviors.

Using billionaires and successful people as spokespersons.

Using religion or God to validate commercial purposes.


Headhunting politicians or ex-Prime Ministers for the Board of Directors fo MNCs.

Published on 27 March 2016 (12:13 am)
Updated on 28 March 2016 (12:50 pm)