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Many times, discounts are real and the Internet is a great place to save money. However, online stores also use clever psychological sales tricks to persuade you to buy something, even though you don’t need it and it’s not that great of an offer either. Behind every popular e-commerce business there is an entire marketing team who knows how to appeal to human psychology, and knowing what some of their tricks are can help you make wiser decisions.
Color psychology plays an important role in how e-commerce owners design their websites. Apart from a carefully chosen layout that lets the products shine, designers also use colors that incite action to persuade visitors to shop, especially around the sales season.

You’ve probably noticed that whenever online stores have promotions running, they don’t just stick to a subtle “Sales” category, but also add large colorful, flashing banners on the homepage. Bold fonts, combined with colors that incite action, such as red, yellow, or orange, create a feeling of urgency, making you click and shop although you didn’t need anything.
This trick plays on our need of making a wise purchase and paying less for more. Let’s take the following scenario: you hit pan on your favorite eyeshadow palette and you go online to reorder it. While you’re on the product page, getting ready to add it to the cart, you see a suggested product below: a “Value Pack” containing your palette, plus a blusher and mascara. Compared to buying one single product for $35, buying three for $60 sounds better, right? Well, it does, if you also wanted to buy those other two. But if you don’t need a new mascara and blusher, then that website just tricked you into spending $25 more.

Best value packs can be great ways to save money by buying in bulk, but only if you need every item in there. Otherwise, it’s yet another way of overspending.
In the modern world, running out of something isn’t a real problem, except for just a few categories of products. Whether we’re talking about food, clothes, or electronics, you can easily find what you need because the supply is just incredible. However, our subconscious is still hardwired to fear scarcity. As we see a product running off (virtual) shelves, this activates the same area of the brain that told our ancestors to stock up quickly, otherwise, they’ll have fewer chances of survival.

Realistically speaking, even if you don’t claim the offer now, the product will be back in stock or you’ll be able to buy something similar from another seller. However, because the store appealed to FOMO and the fear of scarcity, you’re tempted to make the purchase right then and there, without checking out other sites first. Want to get the highest quality products with the lowest prices while shopping? Buy Now

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Musikazblai Euskera, el portal más completo dedicado a la música vasca

Aquí encontrarás todo lo necesario para no perderte en el mundo de la euskal musika: letras de canciones en euskera (lengua vasca), grupos, bandas, artistas, solistas, cantantes y autores vascos, sus discos, traducciones a otros idiomas, acordes para guitarra, algunas canciones MP3, fotos, unos foros de discusión, y una comunidad de gente joven amante de la música vasca. Aunque la base de datos cuenta con varios miles de canciones vascas de todos las épocas y estilos (rock, pop, tradicional, punk, reggae, electrónica, heavy, clásica…), es posible que eches en falta algún grupo musical o canción. Puedes colaborar enviándolas tú mismo a través de las páginas de colaboración. Si te animas a sugerir nuevos grupos, bandas o solistas, recuerda que el único requisito es que algunas de sus canciones sean en lengua vasca. Más

El compromiso de Musikazblai Euskera es con el euskera y la música en euskera. En Internet hay decenas de sitios donde es posible encontrar información sobre los artistas que cantan en castellano o en inglés, pero encontrar una comunidad articulada en torno a la música de Euskal Herria y al euskera era difícil y por eso comenzamos este portal, que abarca sobre todo gente joven amante de la música de su tierra. La mayoría son vascohablantes, si bien un porcentaje significativo de las visitas son de fuera del País Vasco e incluso de fuera de Europa: vascos y vascas emigrados y otras personas interesadas en la lengua y la música del País Vasco. Como una parte de estas personas interesadas en la euskal musika no dominan el idioma existen también traducciones de muchas canciones al castellano, realizadas por los propios usuarios. Si nos visitas desde fuera y no conoces Euskadi, (también llamado País Vasco, Pays Basque, Euskal Herria o Euskalherria), se trata del pueblo vasco, situado a ambos lados de la frontera entre España y Francia en la parte occidental de los Pirineos, y cuyas principales ciudades son Bilbao, Vitoria (Gasteiz), San Sebastián (Donosti), Barakaldo, Getxo, Irún, Portugalete, Santurtzi, Basauri y Rentería. En Navarra, donde también se habla euskera, son Iruña (Pamplona), Tudela, Barañáin, Burlada (Burlata), Estella (Lizarra), Zizur, Tafalla y Atarrabia (Villaba).