Subliminal messaging is not a myth. It truly works. A.M. Kahn is an expert in video advertising on YouTube and utilizes it to help your audience know you, like you, and subconsciously trust you. Not convinced? Watch these testimonials at https://youtu.be/pcSsv7uxn-c.
So, what are the benefits of adding subliminal messaging to your video ads. Subliminal messages change the way we interact with others, behave on a daily basis, and think about ourselves. Basically, they can change how we view the world.
There is evidence that subliminal messaging works backed by a body of scientific studies. “These experiments are the first to show that subliminal cues relating to affect and action can alter perception of effort and endurance performance”. (Samuele Marcora Institute for the Psychology of Elite Performance (IPEP), Bangor University, UK)
What are the 3 major benefits? Here’s a quick list:
- You don’t have to repeat them because they directly impact the subconscious
- They help move you towards what you actually want
- They can be taken anywhere and viewed anywhere
Fortunately, subliminal messages won’t persuade you to believe what you don’t’ want to believe. And, the affirmations in subliminal messaging bring about change in your behavior that is beneficial to you. Unfortunately, you can’t take the vision board with you everywhere, but with subliminal messaging, the affirmations come to you and travel with you whether you are on your phone, ipod, tablet, or computer.
“Subliminal messages are a powerful way to reach the subconscious mind while bypassing critical awareness and logical reasoning. Every change you want to make that cannot be formed by awareness must be created on the subconscious mind level.” (Vortex Success, 4 Powerful Ways to Use Subliminal Messages)
A.M. Khan knows how to create these subliminal messages to affect the best possible results for your event, product, or business awareness. Contact him today to schedule an appointment for a strategy session that will blow your mind and bring success your way!