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Products with higher user engagement have the potential to grow faster than their rivals. — Nir Eyal

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Why not live now instead of someday? — Nir Eyal

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Make your product so simple that users already know how to use it, and you've got a winner. — Nir Eyal

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A company can begin to determine its product's habit-forming potential by plotting two factors: frequency (how often the behavior occurs) and perceived utility (how useful and rewarding the behavior is in the user's mind over alternative solutions). — Nir Eyal

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Habit-forming products alleviate users' pain by relieving a pronounced itch. — Nir Eyal

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Habits are one of the ways the brain learns complex behaviors. Neuroscientists believe habits give us the ability to focus our attention on other things by storing automatic responses in the basal ganglia, an area of the brain associated with involuntary actions. — Nir Eyal

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Video Games Rewards of the self are a defining component in video games, as players seek to master the skills needed to pursue their quest. Leveling up, unlocking special powers, and other game mechanics fulfill a player's desire for competency by showing progression and completion. — Nir Eyal

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Fogg states that all humans are motivated to seek pleasure and avoid pain; to seek hope and avoid fear; and finally, to seek social acceptance and avoid rejection — Nir Eyal

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Users who continually find value in a product are more likely to tell their friends about it. — Nir Eyal

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When designers intentionally trick users into inviting friends or blasting a message to their social networks, they may see some initial growth, but it comes at the expense of users' goodwill and trust. When people discover they've been duped, they vent their frustration and stop using the product. — Nir Eyal

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Like flossing, frequent engagement with a product, especially over a short period of time, increases the likelihood of forming new routines. — Nir Eyal

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Companies leverage two basic pulleys of human behavior to increase the likelihood of an action occuring: the ease of performing an action and the psychological motivation to do it. — Nir Eyal

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For an infrequent action to become a habit, the user must perceive a high degree of utility, either from gaining pleasure or avoiding pain. — Nir Eyal

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79 percent of smartphone owners check their device within 15 minutes of waking up every morning. — Nir Eyal

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Companies increasingly find that their economic value is a function of the strength of the habits they create. In — Nir Eyal

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The ultimate goal of a habit-forming product is to solve the user's pain by creating an association so that the user identifies the company's product or service as the source of relief. — Nir Eyal

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The aim is to influence customers to use your product on their own, again and again without relying on overt calls to action such as ads or promotions. — Nir Eyal

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The commitments we make have a powerful effect on us and play an important role in the things we do, the products we buy, and the habits we form. The — Nir Eyal

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Something Really New: Three Simple Steps to Creating Truly Innovative Products — Nir Eyal

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Facebook provides numerous examples of variable social rewards. Logging-in reveals an endless stream of content friends have shared, comments from others, and running tallies of how many people have "liked" something (figure 21). The uncertainty of what users will find each time they visit the site creates the intrigue needed to pull them back again. While variable content gets users to keep searching for interesting tidbits in their Newsfeeds, a click of the "Like" button provides a variable reward for the content's creators. "Likes" and comments offer tribal validation for those who shared the content, and provide variable rewards that motivate them to continue posting. — Nir Eyal

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User habits are a competitive advantage. Products that change customer routines are less susceptible to attacks from other companies. — Nir Eyal

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Many innovations fail because consumers irrationally overvalue the old while companies irrationally overvalue the new. — Nir Eyal

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If users are not doing what the designer intended (when users are investing time, effort, etc in your product), the designer may be asking them to do too much. — Nir Eyal

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Habit-forming products often start as nice-to-haves, but once the habit is formed, they become must-haves. — Nir Eyal

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The company revealed that 18 percent of readers report using the Bible app in the bathroom. — Nir Eyal

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Brainstorm new interfaces that could introduce opportunities or threats to your business. — Nir Eyal

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As fleeting commitments, diets often fail. Thinking of dietary choices as part of who you are ... can give them real staying power — Nir Eyal

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You are now equipped to use the Hook Model to ask yourself these five fundamental questions for building effective hooks: 1. What do users really want? What pain is your product relieving? (Internal Trigger) 2. What brings users to your service? (External Trigger) 3. What is the simplest action users take in anticipation of reward, and how can you simplify your product to make this action easier? (Action) 4. Are users fulfilled by the reward, yet left wanting more? (Variable Reward) 5. What "bit of work" do users invest in your product? Does it load the next trigger and store value to improve the product with use? (Investment) — Nir Eyal

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Instead of relying on expensive marketing, habit-forming companies link their services to the users' daily routines and emotions. — Nir Eyal

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To initiate (user) action, doing must be easier than thinking. — Nir Eyal

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Reducing the thinking required to take the next action increases the likelihood of the desired behavior occurring unconsciously. — Nir Eyal

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If you are building a habit-forming product, write down the answers to these questions: What habits does your business model require? What problem are users turning to your product to solve? How do users currently solve that problem and why does it need a solution? How frequently do you expect users to engage with your product? What user behavior do you want to make into a habit? — Nir Eyal

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You'll often find that people's declared preferences - what they say they want - are far different from their revealed preferences - what they actually do. — Nir Eyal