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Dickweeds are trying to make Advertising more complicated than it is.Curated Brand Experience? Ephemeral Content? Big Data? All bullshit. LINK on Digiday.
18-34 year-olds ain't buying what their selling. Story Link.
It’s a question I’ve been asked many times over the years by civilians: Just what is it that a creative director does? Sorry, but there is no quick, pat answer, especially nowadays, young millennial. Instead, I will circle the question, like a vulture, hopefully while avoiding shitting on my own legs, unlike a vulture. Read the rest on Digiday.
And finally, prominent women in media all calling them out. LINK.
copyranter—not afraid to be servicey.It's not pretty out there now for you Millennial CWs and ADs.But you can find work, if you follow my proprietary advice. LINK.
In Brazil. In Italy. In Japan. In Russia.Drone-vertising is scaring the shit out of people.And soon, it will be everywhere, all the time. Read more on Digiday.
(If you were Hunter Thompson, then yes, I would let you write a native ad for my brand. But you're not. He's dead.)Now, well-educated, delusional, underpaid journalists think that they can do advertising better than ad copywriters. This is poppycock. Read why here.
We all remember the Most Depressing Tech Commercial in History, the 2012 Facebook "Chairs" ad that opened with a scene that looked it was from an episode of True Detective. Zuckerberg followed up that video with even more Dystopian ads.Well now, finally, Facebook has done something that makes sense. Read why, and see the new ads here.
"No Bollocks" is a great Big Idea. If I were a CMO? I’d run my brand downtown to the Wall Street office of Droga5 and scream, Fry-like, “Shut up and take my money,” give Dave Droga a blank check, and then go to the lobby and sleep on...Show More Summary
Note: this is an ironic visual. In News. In Fashion. And especially, in Advertising. LINK, on Digiday.
The answer will surprise you! Or it won't. LINK, on Digiday.
( a metaphor for your current shitty content) Here it is: I finally reveal the secrets that every good traditional ad creative knows about the mysterious "concepting" process. For goddamn free. ( LINK, on Digiday).
Gawker's Nick Denton thinks "a brand can be your friend".I successfully refute his bullshit on Digiday. LINK.
I wrote this for Digiday ( LINK ).Please share it.Thank you.
(me, creating your great ideas) I've registered the trademark copyranter™. So I'm now official as fuck.You want great ad concepts? I'll give you them. Any medium. Any product, from toothpaste to SheMale escort services. Three campaigns...Show More Summary
Of all the depressing, cliched business theme stock photo sets, the "final piece of the puzzle" ones are the saddest. They make you want to give up your middle manager dreams and start a life of crime.Again—for a reason that escape me—I searched through thousands of photos to bring you this curated collection. Show More Summary
The AP reported this morning that Russian Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov, speaking at Davos, said that the Russian people will "eat less" for their dear leader as the country struggles through a recession and Western sanctions.Russia's...Show More Summary
(via some mall in Atlanta) Shakespeare once described advertising (or maybe it was Life) as " full of sound and fury, signifying nothing." Today, of course, most advertising means little or nothing. But some of it means more nothing than the rest. Show More Summary
(click image to enlarge) The ad, created by JWT London, was released late last month. It features the Forth Bridge, the iconic cantilever railroad bridge in Scotland. It also features a big menacing attack-balloon full of CO2.The url...Show More Summary
Released last week, Apple's " The Song " (by TBWA) sent bloggers desperately searching deep into their souls (or asses) to pull out the most disingenuous, clickbaitiest heds. The only review I've read that came close to getting it right was by Hannah Jane Parkinson's for The Guardian. Show More Summary