When you start something new, you learn a great deal by trial and error. You make mistakes and then you figure out the right way or someone teaches you. Sometimes, certain mistakes take longer to spot and correct. One such mistake is the tendency of new marketing executives to judge a creative piece, in pieces.
The tendency is to make sure that everything in the list has been done correctly. They start ticking off the different requirements and parts of the creative and when all ticks are there, they feel that the objective has been met.
What they do not realize is that the whole is much greater than the parts. If you breakdown a creative piece into several parts, you may get all of them right separately, but together everything may not work out very well.
Let’s have a look at what the requirements and parts are that a beginner marketing executive will look out for and tick off.
Well everything is ticked, so let’s have a look at the final creative. Read more...