Tag Archives: marketing

3 Thoughts On Advertising

3, OK, 4 Thoughts On Advertising Here are some thoughts on advertising driven by three recent reads. What If There Was No Advertising? Imagine a world where all advertising was erased from the environment. That means no more urinal or bathroom stall ads; no more behavioral retargeting; movies and tv shows without commercials (oh, that’s […]

Wowzer Content Marketing & How To Own TripAdvisor

Content Marketing Delivers London’s #1 Restaurant This week, please watch this crazy video from Vice. Content marketing at its finest or, maybe, worst. Funny and scary. Nonetheless, wowzer! BIG QUESTION… If this guy can market (ok, with a bit of cheek) his way to number one, why can’t you market your agency to be perceived […]

Giving to win: Strategic Philanthropy and Advertising Agency Smiles

Strategic Philanthropy Way back in 2013, I wrote about advertising agencies and philanthropy. I haven’t changed my mind… Intelligent giving, or better, strategic philanthropy, is a smart move for you and your clients. I urge you to read my earlier post. Since its the holiday season, I thought that your agency might want to consider giving to […]

My Book’s Video On Ad Agency Pitching

My Book On Ad Agency Pitching – And, The Use Of Video To Sell It A good and smart advertising friend is in the process of marketing his new book, “Rise Up: How To build A Socially Conscious Business”. Writing books is a good thing. He asked for some ideas on book marketing since I’ve published […]

Minimalist Advertising Agency Websites

Minimalist (Advertising Agency) Websites Say this out loud: “Your advertising, digital or design agency has only about 8 seconds to get the attention, interest and then drive an action from a website visitor.” That is what 8 seconds in the land of website lead gen looks like. I have been studying the design and sales savvy of advertising agency websites […]