Example of the centre stage effect

Centre Stage Effect Definition:

The centre stage effect is a phenomena that when presented with a number of choices people have a tendency to select the middle option. The centre stage effects works best if the differences between the options are simple and clearly communicated. The persuasive nature can be further increased if it is combined with social proof (e.g. Our most popular plan).

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Source: Hotjar.com

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