Tag Archives: branding

Gary Vaynerchuk Loves You And Your Ad Agency

Contrary to (some) popular belief, Gary Vaynerchuk actually loves you and your advertising agency. He wants to help you grow. Here is my take on today’s Gary Vaynerchuk plus a rather inspiring B2B marketing video. FYI: One of my best-read blog posts is “Gary Vaynerchuk Is Full Of Shit.” It is a response to his […]

The Idiocy Of Ad Agency Christmas Giving

Yes, Ad Agency Christmas Giving Is Stupid It is that time of year again. The time that many an ad agency decides that it is a great time of year to add to the ad agency Christmas giving clutter. Am I being Grinch-like? You bet. Does your ad agency send out Christmas cards or gifts […]

A New Advertising Book?

Should I Write Another Advertising Book? Should you write your advertising (agency) book? I’ve written and produced four books since I sold my Portland advertising agency in 2012. I am now thinking of “writing” a new advertising book based on a tight edit of the best thinking I’ve delivered on this blog. I currently have […]

A New Advertising Award

Actually, A New Advertising Award And A Pat On My Back I’m about to digress before I get to the new (to me) advertising award. I’ve had zillions of conversations with advertising agencies about why their agency blogs get little to no traffic. I have lots of reasons. However, a key one is that essentially, […]

Time To Kill Your Advertising Agency Blog?

Is It Time To Kill Your Advertising Agency Blog? I’ve updated my 2017 blog post about the power of the advertising agency blog and the question of should y’all continue to go for it or kill it. I think that this is a big question that should be reviewed every year. Another question. Would anyone […]