Negative online reviews can have a devastating effect on businesses — unless they are handled properly.
Here are some suggestions from Konnecti, a company that helps clients build their online presence.
Some colors are meant to generate different emotions among consumers. Red is one such color — it can bring out the passion in people.
As Evan Brown writes for Designmantic:
“Red is a fierce color. Whether you use it for apparel or in any industry, it will invigorate the darkest and the brightest feelings alike. How so? Because, red is the color of passion and many key emotions get their appeal from this color. It delineates the intense emotions, such as, love, adventure, aggression, and so on. Read Robert Burn’s ‘Luve’ like a red, red rose, or check the 10 commandments of color theory to get the idea, would you?”
“The color encompasses hundreds of shades and values that only help in being more expressive. It has the quality of being loud and subtle as required. Long story short, it’s the perfect color to represent life as we perceive it with all its glamor and charms. The following infographic celebrates the status this color holds in our lives.”
As firms go global, language translation becomes more complex and time-consuming.
“In today’s global environment and economy, interesting and important come in many languages. People and organizations often need to unlock the meaning within those documents with a perfect translation that conveys the intent of the document.”
“Many people don’t realize that languages don’t have a direct word-to-correlation, so a good translation requires an understanding of the nuances and shades of meaning in each language. Rules of grammar and the way people express themselves using figures of speech vary from culture to culture, and words with the same meaning may have different connotations that can slant the feeling that a translation conveys if chosen unwisely. That’s why machine translations so often go wrong, and why it pays to have a comprehensive translation service on your side.”
Here’s an informative infographic from Pepperdine University on this topic. What do YOU think about the attributes cited here?