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Use color psychology to improve your gig

I have many clicks for my gig but with low orders, I think it’s because the thumbnail with red color. :x:

I actually think your gig is really good. Red can be unfriendly color if used too much, but in your main gig image you use it just perfect. You can experiment with different colors of course :slight_smile:

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hi
i hope you well , i think your article is very helpful regarding to selection of colour theory.
A thanks a lot god bless you

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I will try replacing red with gradient blue.

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could you analysis my gig as well and give me some suggestion :blush:

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@michal247, could you please check my gig if the color is good?

Thank you!

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Hi @purplecovetbibi,

Im not gig specialist as Im new to fiverr also, but I will be happy to express my opinion on your gig :slight_smile: First of all your gig images look professional, but they are conglomeration of small elements that are hard to read if you don’t scale them. In my opinion in today’s society - simpler is better, and if your potential search visitors needs to do something more, you are probably losing some interest. But i need to say im a big fan of your color combination on your first gig image of main gig. Yellow with black looks amazing :smiley:

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Hello @resumethatwins,

I would be happy to do that for you :slight_smile: You are using good colors but I think you should to try with different shades of them. According to google web offers about 16.8 milions of colors, and your colors are pretty basic and a little boring. I would recommend you this website https://colorhunt.co/ as I use this tool often when Im looking for color schemes for my websites. It offers many combinations of colors and you can really catch awesome looking shades :star_struck:

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One of my concerts is light purple, and there’s not much reaction to it, what’s the best way to do it? I tried changing to red, but it only got worse. Perhaps it was too much?

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@maschazorro I can’t really tell you because I don’t know which concert are you talking about, do you mean that gig with green background - white text prices on it?

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@michal247, thank you very much! I just checked and I got lost in the varieties. Can you help with a gig image design? Let me know, thank you.

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@resumethatwins Yes I would be excited to help you :slight_smile: Please send me private message.

I’ll send it well in a personal message

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Okay I got it :slight_smile: Send me private message then

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The word is “gig”, not “concert”.

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Aww so happy that you appreciated my gig’s color combination :blush: :heart_eyes:
Thank you so much for the suggestion, :blush: :smiling_face_with_three_hearts: I’ll try to improve the text of gig images :grinning:

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Thanks for your valuable tips.

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Part 2: How to choose colors for your gig image?

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Just to add some other choices -

Purple - associated with royalty, premium, luxury. High end, exclusive services and products work well with purple.

Black - associated with authority, power, stability - there’s a reason all the Pro branding is using black, instead Fiverr’s green.

Brown - it’s the color of the earth, so it is approachable, “real”, concrete, solid.

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Thank you so much for this important tips .

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