In the Battle of the Titans, those in power didn’t realize they were sunk until the end of the message. Once the Titans had gathered their strength, set their strategies, detailed their message and began to enhance their message with the power behind their game, their competitors realized the Titan’s Brand Worked.
Different strategies of branding are significant because the message requires perfect timing to market your business, products and services properly. Gathered strategies reflect well on the mirror of time, because marketing strategies come with a power of source and timing.
What’s your source?
If your product is new, the source of your marketing strategy may be nothing more than a high-quality niche with a few predictable plans to reach y our buying niche. A significant amount of time may have been spent creating the marketing plan, but without the end result of profit, those marketing plans are worthless. The source of your marketing plan must be equitable to profit.
Where’s your timing?
Timing must be exact. Precisely the right time to release a product, with the perfect service options and just the right amount of marketing prelude means more profits for your business. Setting the stage for release and then promoting your release well prior to dumping it on the market means more proactive profits in the end. Generating profit has more to do with timing than any other single objective.
Who’s your target?
Target audiences are a dime a dozen on the red market. No matter what your product, the targeted audience must be in place prior to the release of the product. Nobody in New Orleans was ready for a FEMA trailer until after the flood waters of Katrina swept back out to the gulf. Timing is important, but the target will have a greater affect on your end results and profit.