I was meant to be writing a blog about making right media choices. However, on reflection I decided I was not the best qualified to be doing that and my guest blogger, who I had lined up, buggered off on a last-minute jolly to Portugal. Well, it’s on the green list and you don’t need to test/quarantine – why wouldn’t you?
Enough of that.
So, I chose Online dating.
Well actually I haven’t – I was looking for a friend. The current Mrs Bromham and I are blissfully happy.
It is becoming more commonplace in all aspects of business for purchasing or procurement to be actioned via online portals. We all do it in all aspects of our life - booking a GP appointment (Just a joke...!), Amazon purchases, Taxing the car - it’s everywhere. We do it without even thinking.
The thing is though, there are some things that just shouldn’t be done online – even if there is a ‘shop’ that allows you to.
Audio for your brand surely deserves a conversation with an expert - at the very least it deserves a Zoom call. Just deciding to pursue a ukulele track because it sounds happy and that’s how we want our customers to feel should be the start not the end point. However, beware there are companies and sites that will allow for this…
Unlike most online purchases your brand’s reputation does not have a no quibble 28 days money back guarantee.
So, if you are looking for a long-term relationship with someone who will tell you when you’ve got food on your chin - just give me a shout.