How to Use Color to Influence Buying Decisions: infograph

We all know that color is a visual stimulator that can influence our decisions both positively and negatively.  For instance Red carries positive connotations of power (the power tie), Passion (valentines day), Love (heart) but also negative ones like anger (red in the face), danger (stop sign) and others.

Because color is an influencer, it’s import for anyone in business to understand how to use the various colors to help their customers make buying decisions.  As an example have you ever seen a sales letter headline in brown?  Of course not!  It’s usually always red because red because it’s a attention grabbing power color.

You don’t have to be a graphic designer to have a need to understand how color influence clients buying decisions.  If you write copy or sales letters, color plays a role as well; red headlines, green for buying decisions etc.

Here’s an Infograph that shows all the primary colors and and what the positive and negative influences of color might be. It will help you see if the colors you use for branding or advertising are the right ones for your target market.

Color for influence infograph

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About Roger Ely

Roger has developed his skill as a marketer over 40 years in sales & 15 years as an entrepreneur. "Like most I've had to adjust to the new age of internet marketing and develop my skills in Social Media Marketing, SEO, Blogging & article generation. These are more than just strategies to get on Page One Google...they're necessary to communicating your desire & abilities for helping your clients thereby bringing those very clients into your services and giving you more opportunity to do what you love the most - HELP PEOPLE GET WHAT THEY WANT - YOUR PRODUCT!"
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