Is it possible to make subliminal messages on a webpage same as you get with subliminal messages...
in a movie? I mean just a 0,002 sec message on your screen that you can't see?
would it be possible to adept this on social media pages as facebook, netlog, twitter,...
If the image is in a movie on a webpage, then it is probable. As far as I know it is not legal for advertising reasons.
yes ,possible! if you have enough motivation to achieve, do something then it is determined by the subconscious in the main portion of the brain, ie brain Activities section but not sufficiently motivated by this visual perception I mean the eyes when you see someone doing something or achieving an idea you think: then when he can and I can. therefore activation on a target you grow more and more releases adrenaline in the brain and that's what makes you achieve set before you order! This is the purpose and occupation of product called MindMaster-it is kind of like hypnosis in the best sense of the word only in the form of digital software...
by Stevennix2001 11 years ago
Okay, I just saw a video on youtube that i'd like to share with you all. Please watch it, then comment to tell me what you think. Are there various subliminal messages in Disney's classic, "Beauty and the Beast?" Or does this guy have way too much time on his hands? ...
by Violet Flame 10 years ago
Do you think subliminal tv commercials should be made illegal?It seems some fast food companies have been including subliminal messages in their ads. Should it be made illegal to do so? Why is it ok for them to mess with our mind?
by wilmiers77 11 years ago
I and many others have heard every so often about subliminal messages starting when I was young. During those times the comments sounded like sci-fi to me. I gave no thought to the effects of subliminal messages. As I approached middle age, I heard a news presentation about a drive-in movie in...
by JeanMeriam 13 years ago
I do surveys and know there are subliminal messages in advertising. How good they are I don’t know, but they are trying. I hadn’t known them to be in the ads themselves, but am sure they are imbedded into the programming and movies we watch. How? Because I will get surveys that include a video...
by Lisa Vollrath 8 years ago
Squidoo had an active presence on social media. What will happen to all those accounts now?I'm particularly interested in the FB pages associated with the magazines. Why Vegetarian, which has over 27,000 followers, used to be a good source of traffic to vegan and vegetarian lenses. So Crafty has...
by Alex Ferris 8 years ago
I have had some articles that for over 4 years ranked pretty high on Google, and now, since the latest update, other websites are outranking them. So I decide I want to learn more... What do these websites offer to outrank mine? I go on them, and this is what I see:-The articles are much shorter...
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