It is my understanding that contact functions are used when run into unfamiliar external problems, such as when we have a disagreement with someone or need to convince someone to do something. Constructivist types have contact Logic while Emotivist have contact ethics, and Tacticians have contact sensing while strategic types have contact intuition. Therefore I'm going to hypothesize that we get the following styles of persuasion in the types:
Tactical Constructivist- ST style persuasion (ESE, ILE, ESI, ILI): These types can be direct, stubborn and unyielding when disagreeing with others. They insist heavily on their point of view and try to get others to give in to their excessive force.
Strategic Emotivist- NF style persuasion (LII, SEI, LIE, SEE): Able to skillfully manipulate the emotions of others into doing what they want. Can consciously or unconsciously play the role of a victim in order to gather support in conflict scenarios.
Strategic Constructivist- NT style persuasion (EIE, SLE, EII, SLI): Prefer to appeal to other's rationality and sense of logic. Often bring up ideas for alternative courses of action in order to improve situations. Solve problems through well thought plans.
Tactical Emotivist- SF style persuasion (LSI, IEI, LSE, IEE): Try to persuade others by offering or threatening to withhold some sort of physical object or action, such as offering money to do something. Reward others for agreeing with them and try to punish them for not agreeing.