This is something that has to be fully understood by the staff of an advertising agency, who may need to argue with the marketing department of a client that its marketing policy is being at fault and that unless the name, price or distribution of the product is changed, the advertising campaign will sure be useless.
will sure be / will be sure / will be ? Can i say will be without using the sure ?
To make something, no matter how technologically marvellous, and then hope that there are people out there who will buy it, is a risky business.
Can i use ther and then out there in the same sentence?
thanks for the advice. :)