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Including a print ad for a hoo-hah moisturizer with the headline: "Va-dry-na?" LINK, on Digiday.
Six disaffected rich assholes take a ride on a French Blimp. Unfortunately, a passing German ME-106 doesn't blast it out of the sky. Brand: Grey Goose. LINK: copyranter on Digiday.
Many many creative "experts" have recently posted their "secret" methods for improving creative thought. I sifted through them and created this brilliantly curated list post. Plus I added a couple of my own, including "Put dead things on your desk like a human skull, your father's ashes, bad taxidermy". I promise if you read this, you will become more "creative." LINK.
It wasn't just an unethical ad. It was creatively tasteless. copyranter on Digiday—LINK.
From shoes to snowboards to contacts to bottled water, etc.See all the ads here— LINK.
I'll tell you who, but if "scare" quotes scare you, maybe don't click— LINK.
McDonald's is desperately trying to come up with a tagline to appeal to Millennials.They're not doing so well. copyranter on Digiday—LINK.
The hyper-laziness of the ad industry continues...( LINK ).
I've been collecting ad quotes for 11 years.Here's eight good ones— LINK, copyranter on Digiday.
If Brands took a small part of their big, useless social media advertising budget and put up ONE great billboard in a high visibility area, that baby would be shared online like the clap. Big ROI. LINK: copyranter on Digiday.
...is simple, but to hard to create well. LINK, on Digiday.
Gone are the days of simply selling the “benefits” of your product or service. Gone are the days of decades-long advertising campaigns hammering home the same successful selling message over and over. And (mostly) gone are the days of CMOs buying summer homes with agency kickbacks on these big media big campaigns. Show More Summary
Get a sex change, and other more reasonable tips from someone with inside info (me). LINK, copyranter on Digiday.
I guarantee it. LINK, on Digiday.
See all five ads I created here— copyranter on Digiday.
Last week, the world's largest drug trafficker accidentally became the worldwide spokesmodel for Barabas' hideous men's shirts. Read about this, plus four other excellent real-life ads from the last few months. Copyranter on Digiday—LINK.
Yes. It's finally here. An expert's (me) easy-to-follow six-step guide to making your very own "viral" brand video. Simply click here and reap. You're welcome.
Was it Jet Blue's Twitter feed manager (probably ex-manager), who obviously doesn't possess basic knowledge about the history of flight? Click here to pick your favorite 2015 digital dipshit—copyranter on Digiday.
Curated by me, the best ad critic in all dimensions across all universes. LINK.
Fuck all those other bullshit year-end advertising lists. This is the only one that matters. These ads aren't just bad; these ads are asking to be punched in the fucking face. LINK—on Digiday.