The Campaign

Two men, two computers, one discussion; making Wenheston Writer’s group more populous. One marketer and one… Terry?

“Okay, so, can you tell me about your group somewhat?” the marketer begins.

“Of course, we’re a dedicated yet small group, consistently producing pieces that we plan to have published in the Wenhaston Warbler in the near future.”

“And what do you feel is the biggest attraction to your group? What makes you stand out from, say, the groups near Ipswich or many others I likely can’t name right now?”

“Similarly to what I said before; we’re a small yet dedicated group and we are looking for more people who are hopefully from the local area.”

The marketer notes this, before returning himself to the conversation. “So you’re looking to mainly draw from the local area, that’s quite fine. And have you explored avenues of advertising the group nearby?”

“Not fully, in fact, that’s why I wanted to talk with you. So I can create an image for the group and then eventually be able to advertise as time goes on.”

The marketer took a second, before beginning to write up a storm of ideas for the group’s appearance. There have to be a million things that could make this group more attractive to prospective writers

“Okay, here’s some ideas…”

Discussion (2)

  1. Nathan Nathan Nathan. Do your ides look like these:

    There is no good and confident sale in the world that doesn’t rely on the salesman showing his prospect the benefits of being the owner/purchaser of the product offering. Slogans don’t get sales, Posters don’t get sales, press releases don’t get sales, but showing the potential/prospective customer how to be happier. Healthier, richer, more comfortable; sexier, more hirsute, less out of breath, more satisfied with life, more expansive with abilities, these things make sales!!
    Go for it Kiddo.!

  2. Nathan Nathan Nathan. Do your ideas look like these:

    There is no good and confident sale in the world that doesn’t rely on the salesman showing his prospect the benefits of being the owner/purchaser of the product offering. Slogans don’t get sales, Posters don’t get sales, press releases don’t get sales, but showing the potential/prospective customer how to be happier. Healthier, richer, more comfortable; sexier, more hirsute, less out of breath, more satisfied with life, more expansive with abilities, these things make sales!!
    Go for it Kiddo.!

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