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Aiming at granting wide access to their contents, online information providers often choose not to have registered users, and therefore must give up personalization. In this paper, we focus on the case of non-personalized news recommender systems, and explore persuasive techniques that can, nonetheless, be used to enhance recommendation presentation, with the aim of capturing the user's interest on suggested items leveraging the way news is perceived. We present the results of two evaluationsdoi:10.3390/info10100300 fatcat:taocquyrdfcpjg37xjcngm2zci