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Color Psychology - How the Psychology of Colors Can Explode Your Income!

Michael Lee
 


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It's fascinating how color psychology can influence anyone's actions and behavior. In this article, you'll discover some amazing ways to persuade people and skyrocket your profits using the power of color psychology.

If you want your product to represent power and authority, use black in your graphics and promotions. It is also a color of elegance and class, so this is also an ideal color to use if you're selling high-priced quality materials. However, black may also represent evil or mystery, so be wary when using this color.

White symbolizes innocence and cleanliness. Medical people wear white to signify sterility. White is a neutral color that blends easily with any other color, but it is bland if used more than necessary. Use “white" if you want your products to represent neatness or purity.

Red arouses strong emotions and excitement. It grabs attention, that's why most marketers who know color psychology use red in their headlines. Red is an extreme color that evokes passion, love and bravery. Red stimulates appetite, so it's a good color theme if you have a food or restaurant business. If you want your prospects to feel excited about your product, especially if your product is related to love and romance, use red.

Studies in color psychology indicate that blue is one of the most well-liked colors, especially among men. It symbolizes peace, calmness, relaxation, and security. Despite being a favorite color by many, this color can make you “blue" or gloomy. Blue symbolizes loyalty, so wearing blue attire when going for a job interview or getting clients may actually help. Blue can ruin your appetite; so if you own a restaurant, never paint the walls blue nor serve food in blue plates!

Purple symbolizes luxury, wealth, and elegance. It also represents wisdom and mystery. If you have a product that exudes any of these qualities, purple might be a good color choice for you. The only downside is that purple may be perceived as artificial.

Read Part 2 of this fascinating color psychology article and discover how other colors can boost your income. Then grab a FREE course revealing powerful conversational hypnosis and persuasion techniques at http://www.20daypersuasion.com/secrets.htm

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