The Psychology of Color in Marketingby@brianwallace
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The Psychology of Color in Marketing

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Understanding color psychology is key for brands and consumers alike as you navigate various products and marketing methods. Common and powerful colors in marketing include red, blue, green, purple, black, and orange. Red draws attention to products or sales and helps generate a sense of value and urgency. Green encourages action and creativity and is especially effective when used in conjunction with eco-friendly branding. Red symbolizes passion and love in Western cultures, but in Asian cultures, it connotes luck, happiness, and long life.

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Founder @ NowSourcing | Contributor at Hackernoon | Advisor: Google Small Biz, SXSW


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