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Monday, Nov. 5, 2012 at 5:54 pm

Branding and Color: Use Color To Define Your Brand

November 5th, 2012
The Use Of Color In Brand Development

In our last post we uncovered some of the ways you can use color to increase the functionality of your site.  Today, we are going to go over a more common topic in color research-color for your brand image.  Every color in the spectrum will have a specific effect on the human mind and make an important and lasting impression on your potential customers.  In this article we hope to…

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Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012 at 7:57 pm

Functional Color: How To Use Color For Successful Site Navigation

October 30th, 2012
Why Is Color Important to your Website?

Marketing Research has cranked out thousands of studies over the  years to understand which colors motivate people to buy.  There is good reason for marketers to focus on color- people respond to it. Color can change the look and feel of your brand and help people navigate your website.

We hope to share with you some of the elementary principles on how the mind searches for colors to take action. You can use this…

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Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2009 at 9:00 am

How Would Sterling Cooper Deal with Digital Natives?

October 28th, 2009

I perused a recent survey conducted in the U.K. about how young adults, a.k.a. “Digital Natives,” feel about the Web.  Like all surveys of this age group and how they interact with technology, it was fascinating.

The survey involved nearly a thousand participants ages 16 to 24, and the good news for us as online marketers was that 75% of respondents said that they “couldn’t live without the Internet.” Wow, that’s a bold statement indicating that the Web will continue to be a…

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Tuesday, Jul. 17, 2007 at 5:51 am

How Testosterone Affects Marketing

July 17th, 2007

Much of today’s marketing is targeted at the “alpha male.” This is the guy who’s seeking status and bragging rights; the guy who wants to impress the girls and make other guys envious. But did you know this so-called “alpha male” is also more generous than his lower testosterone cohorts?

The Neuromarketing blog tells of recent a study in the New Scientist in which male participants played “The Ultimate Game” while their testosterone levels were measured.

The Ultimatum Game gives one player money and…

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Wednesday, Apr. 18, 2007 at 6:24 am

Love Can Be Dumb, Deaf & Blind

April 18th, 2007
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Monday, Mar. 12, 2007 at 10:52 am

The Human O/S: We Don’t Work The Same Way Computers Do

March 12th, 2007

Every marketer should be keeping up on discoveries in neuromarketing. After all, we’re just looking for entrance passes to the theater of the mind. We’ve written about some of the practical applications from these studies in our books. This one may not be immediately practical but it is fascinating.

Don’t miss the New York Times article that reports on a study where odors smelled during sleep can help people remember what they learned. Read: Study Uncovers Memory Aid: A Scent During…

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Thursday, Mar. 1, 2007 at 3:09 am

Godin on Surprising Broca

March 1st, 2007

Seth had a short but impactful post on his blog earlier this week, about cutting through the clutter of every day life. He wrote:

“But if you want the word to spread, if you expect me to take action I’ve never taken before, it seems to me that you need to do something that hasn’t been done before. It might not feel safe, but if you do the safe thing, I guarantee you won’t surprise anyone. And if you don’t surprise anyone,…

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