|How do you respond to the classic quote, "I love the idea, but right now's not the time"?
No ...I'll always answer in the the such way of fashion that I'll love only the creative and meaningful idea who appeals the general public very well to spread the message well.
I often feel like I am a lawyer sometimes. Trying to find the little piece in the law that will get you through. I would try different angles. Find out why the time is wrong, then build a story to address the issues of the client.. but I work in strategy so thats my job anyway
"I love your reaction, so request you to honour your love right away with due action."
There is a right time and a wrong time to advertise. You have to know the buying trends of your target market to be able to determine when you should be implementing your great idea, and likewise your client should know the reasoning behind the timing of your idea. If the research is there, the numbers don't lie.
When's the right time for executing an idea you love now?
I would have to ask what factors are present that keep them from implementing the idea. Is money/cost the problem? The key is to dig deeper and find out what the real story is.
It's never the right time for most things. You have to make use of the opportunity when it presents itself
I love working for small businesses and respect the owners' opinions. My strategy is to move on to whomever is ready to do something.
There's a time and place for everything, but marketing one's company is always the right time.
Well, I think idea is the strong basic to build a great brand, no matter where we are, what we are doing, idea can inspiring anywhere and anytime. So don't ignoring it!
I would say they are a non-believer. They have tried their own plan and it didn't work out. So they come to us. As Don Draper would say: "I'm not here to tell you about Jesus. You already know about him. Either he lives in your heart or he doesn't."
Feel so blue then if people said that
Take a breath and pursue a new approach to the same idea, if you really believe in it. Sometimes it's about how it's presented.
What are you waiting for.
To the client, I smile and say "okay." In my head, I scream. There's rarely a bad time for a great idea. Too often clients say no because they're not comfortable, even if it's good for the company or their product.
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