Asking the client, “Is there anything else you want to be sure we discuss during our meeting?” is:

Your client wants to improve his ad positioning. You recommend that one way he can do this is by increasing his bid amount. Why is it a good idea to also explain to your client how this will benefit him?

  • a bad idea, because the client may feel you do not know what you are doing.
  • a good idea, but only if you know the client will not bring up any concerns.
  • a bad idea, because it gives the client unnecessary control of the meeting.
  • a good idea, because you get the client’s input which makes the client feel like he is being listened to.

The correct answer of this question is: a good idea, because you get the client’s input which makes the client feel like he is being listened to.

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