Some of the most successful entrepreneurs out there are great opportunists. They are always on the lookout for potentially lucrative opportunities and then they jump at the possibility before anyone else can get to it first. These opportunities may or may not fulfill a specific need in the marketplace, but they could be something that would be of interest to the general public. No one ever said that a Pet Rock or a Chia Pet was useful; they got pretty popular nonetheless.
The same can be said about the upcoming American election. There is no shortage of political coverage discussing the likes of Barack Obama, John McCain, Joe Biden, and Sarah Palin. It doesn’t matter whether you align yourself with the Republicans, the Democrats, or an independent, because there is definitely an opportunity to cash in on the country’s interest in the campaign and the election.
Taking a glimpse into what people have already done so far (and what they are planning to do in the near future), we discover some of the most bizarre presidential brands and trademarks. You want to protect your creative ideas, right? So did the creators of Bearack Obama, Palin Pink, Hilary Magic, and White Haired Dudes for McCain.
Have you considered doing something similar for the Canadian election? Go ahead and poke fun at Harper, May, Layton, Dion, and the rest of the crew. You may make a few dollars along the way too.