We're on the cusp of finishing a major media project for a client that went from conception to completion in twenty days. To be fair, that's not twenty eight-hour or ten-hour days. It is five creative people working on and off this project for twenty days. And it is stellar.
In the end...what is it worth?
I was in a meeting two weeks ago when a client said, "It isn't the cost of the project, it's what the project can do for us." I wish more people saw it that way. Understood that to go from nothing to something and have that "something" really shine...takes time...and talent.
I can't do what you do. And, to be frank...you can't, in a million years, do what I do. We're not the same. We don't think the same. We don't research the same. We don't view consumer habits and customers the same. And...that is good.
Because if I could do what you do...your company wouldn't need you. And, if you could do what I do...same deal.
So, in the end, what does it cost to create something that will be a "Wow Moment" for the consumer? Perhaps the better question might be, "What does it cost to not get the attention of the consumer?"
Got an answer?
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