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The Role of Color Psychology in Marketing

The Role of Color Psychology in Marketing
In building a brand, the visual impact of a business logo or website design is as important as the value of the product or service being offered. And one important aspect of that imagery is the color. For some marketers, a color is just something that could be picked off the top of the head and doesn’t really signify something. But for those who really invest a lot of brainwork in their business image, colors are something that helps define a brand’s reputation. Brandon Gaille, CEO of the internet marketing company, which specializes in SEO, social media, reputation management, video production, and web design, shared his thoughts on how colors can influence people to support (or not support) a brand: From How Do Colors Affect Us Mentally? Think about the psychological effects of colors before using them. Schemes, Contrasts, and Choosing Colors When designing a webpage, contrast is very important.

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