Jack’s Quest: Brainstorming the Purrrfect Idea!

Jack has used gimmefy to come up with five amazing ideas for Licks & Rub’s new product line. Will he pick the best one?

Imagine the bustling streets of Singapore, where Licks and Rubs has built a loyal following among dog owners for their high-quality pet food. Now, driven by a strong commitment to feline well-being, Licks and Rubs is entering the cat food market.

The CEO, Jack Pawer, a savvy pet enthusiast, is utilising gimmefy’s Brainstorm Buddy to brainstorm exceptional ideas that not only raise awareness but also attract discerning cat owners to choose Licks & Rubs’ outstanding products. Just one of over 70 marketing tasks Jack has at his fingertips on gimmefy.

All of this happens in the time it takes to brew his morning coffee.

Here are the ideas gimmefy generated and the brief

Let’s see how he generated them in under 3 minutes

When Jack woke up this morning, he realised he needed fresh ideas for his new feline food subscription product line.

As he stood by, patiently waiting for his Vietnamese drip coffee to brew, he turned to Brainstorm Buddy on gimmefy.

Understanding the importance of providing clear instructions, Jack dedicated a few moments to crafting a comprehensive brief using the intuitive and user-friendly interface of gimmefy.

Using gimmefy’s AI-magic, Jack effortlessly generates carefully researched ideas specifically for Licks and Rubs’ cat food line, all while enjoying his hot coffee.

Now, Jack faces a decision to bring his ideas closer to perfection. With the platform’s features, he can generate more ideas, make refinements, or fine-tune them until he discovers the ideal concept that aligns with his vision.

1-Click from idea to campaign

Once Jack chooses the winning idea, gimmefy’s 1-Click feature comes into play.

With just a simple click, his idea effortlessly transforms into a complete campaign (or any other desired outcome).

This convenient feature makes it easy for Jack to turn his ideas into marketing realities.

Tips & Tricks

  1. Start with a Clear Brief: Provide detailed and concise information in your brief to ensure accurate and relevant results. The output relies on the information you provide in the brief.
  2. Explore Multiple Options: Don’t (or do) settle for the first idea. There’re no bad ideas in a brainstorm. Generate multiple options to expand your horizons and find the best fit for your campaign.
  3. Collaborate and Seek Feedback: Share the generated ideas with your team or clients to gather valuable feedback and insights for further improvements or use them as a starting point during your team’s physical brainstorm.
  4. Consider Target Audience Perspective: Put yourself in the shoes of your target audience. Evaluate the generated ideas from their perspective to ensure relevance and appeal.

Here’s a bonus walkthrough on gimmefy’s Brainstorm Buddy task

Join Jack’s Quest

Stay tuned as we rally behind Jack Pawer’s relentless pursuit of the purrfect marketing for Licks & Rubs.

Prepare to be inspired, motivated, and equipped with the tools necessary to conquer the marketing world, one whisker at a time.

Interested in following in Jack’s footsteps? Give gimmefy a try for free! Sign up today and receive 50 complimentary credits. No payment terms or automatic subscriptions necessary.


The text and images on this blog were almost entirely generated by gimmefy. 

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