A message using the peripheral route attempts to persuade by focusing on issues or themes that are not directly related to the subject matter of the message. Robert Cialdini identified six types of peripheral cues (e.g., reciprocation, consistency, social proof, liking, authority, and scarcity) that may have nothing to do with the content of the message. (Moore, Charlie. Elaboration: Likelihood Model. Article.)

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