Some examples of bandwagon propaganda techniques include suggesting that people support a certain person or eat at a certain restaurant because many other people have done these things. Bandwagon propaganda relies on making people feel like they need to "join the crowd" and do something that is advertised as being popular to avoid being left out or to gain some advantage.
Bandwagon propaganda can be successful because it targets the many people who are conformists. When approached with such propaganda, individuals should determine if there is logical evidence that backs up what the propagandist says and what the propagandist's intent is. Although the propaganda may show something as being popular, people have to decide for themselves whether they want to buy into its claims.