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|Archived Since:||July 1, 2011|
The last truly great Super Bowl ad I've seen is from 1999.See it here, my latest post for Digiday, also read the reasons why all this year's spots—yet again—suck.
The Mad Men may be dead, but their casually sexist attitudes are still going stronger than ever— LINK, on Digiday.
Seriously, What The actual Fuck— LINK, on Digiday.
LINK, on Digiday.
They specialize in digital advertising, doctored case studies, and kickbacks.Your free tour starts here—LINK on Digiday.
Great ads are in fact just like great sex: you feel it in your gut, or thereabouts. Here are five recent ads that will make you say Ooh Baby Baby (maybe)— LINK on Digiday.
Six-second ads are gonna be big in 2018—on platforms and on TV. But nobody is doing them well yet. LINK—on Digiday.
Too many agencies don't know when to shut-up— LINK on Digiday.
It's the worst creative trend in advertising right now. See some of the worst perpetrators here—latest post on Digiday.
You're too self-important, you enter scams ads in awards shows, you wear winter hats inside, and you're probably a man. Find out for sure here—latest post on Digiday.
Marketing/English experts: please help me figure out WTF these recent marketing headlines are trying to communicate— LINK, on Digiday.
Jimi Obama—Foxy! Several more recent examples here—latest Digiday post.
VP of Wokeness, Head of Thought, Marketing Mahatma. What will your overly important title by in 2020? LINK—on Digiday.
There have been approximately zero great ad headlines so far in 2017.Time to get service-y, LINK—on Digiday.
The President has been used to sell a sex exposition in South Africa, a cola in Germany, and tea in India. See all the ads here—latest post on Digiday.
Wherever hopelessness and meaninglessness exist, nihilism breeds. And these days, nearly nothing is as hopeless as the State of the Advertising Tagline. More nihilistic taglines here—new post on Digiday.
Despite what digital marketers tell you, storytelling and selling can commingle and even thrive together. See three classic storytelling ads that sold the shit out of the product—my latest post for Digiday—LINK.
Would you hire a broke stock broker? How about a hacked hacker? Then why would you hire an ad agency that sucked at advertising itself? Latest post on Digiday—LINK, which includes four of the worst ad agency self-promo ads ever produced.
If you understand what's being said here, you're a genius. Post Link—on Digiday.
Read about it here, latest post on Digiday—LINK.