Leadership Inspirations – Advertising

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Writing a Great Headline for Your Advertisement!

Strategy Driven

There is no denying the fact that the success of an advertisement lies mostly in the headline. The headline should grab the reader by the collar and make him want to read the rest of the advertisement. Words in headlines should act as tags for the advertisement.

Large Car Magnets for Business Advertising

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Brilliant or False Advertising?

CEO Blog

I pass a nursery on the way home that has a "U Pick Pumpkin" sign out. I know what a U Pick is. You go into the field where the pumpkins grow and pick your own pumpkin. This one is hilarious though. The U Pick is you go into a parking lot and choose from the dozens of sorted pumpkins.

3 Ways to Effectively Advertise Your Business at Low Cost

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4 Tips to Make Your Video Advertising Better

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Not as Easy as Advertised

Next Level Blog

A few weeks ago, New York Times Columnist Nick Kristof was arguing for the imposition of a no fly zone over Libya and cited a quote from retired Air Force Chief of Staff General Merrill McPeak to. Please click the headline to read the whole story. Current Affairs Leadership

Small Business Guide to Instagram Ads – Infographic

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21 Most Powerful Women In Mobile Advertising

Women on Business

A new list of the 21 most important women in mobile advertising is now available to try to fix that glaring mistake, but even Business Insider admits there are flaws which go way beyond its list: “While there are plenty of influential women in the business, most of them have CEOs above them who are male. ” Read the Full Story: The Most Powerful Women In Mobile Advertising – Business Insider via www.businessinsider.com.

21 Most Powerful Women In Mobile Advertising

Women on Business

A new list of the 21 most important women in mobile advertising is now available to try to fix that glaring mistake, but even Business Insider admits there are flaws which go way beyond its list: “While there are plenty of influential women in the business, most of them have CEOs above them who are male. ” Read the Full Story: The Most Powerful Women In Mobile Advertising – Business Insider via www.businessinsider.com.

Hugh MacLeod on “The Trouble with Advertising”

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I worked in advertising for many years. In practice there is” filling up the cultural ether Hollywood Hugh MacLeod on “The Trouble with Advertising” William Goldman Yogi BerraHere’s a recent post from one of my favorite social commentators and artists, Hugh MacLeod. My opinion of Madison Avenue is the same as the famous one held by the screenwriter, William Goldman, to describe Hollywood: “Nobody knows anything&#. No matter how clever you are or how much [.].

PC vs. Mac: Advertising Genius Remembered

Chris Brady

I stumbled across this compilation of the entire 66 commercials of the famous "PC vs. Mac" days. To me, this is some of the cleverest marketing ever. Notice the subtlety with which the Mac guy wins. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]].

Watch Super Bowl XLV For Its Advertisers' Social Media Plays

Eric Jacobson

As you watch Super Bowl XLV today, watch particularly for how advertisers integrate their social media with their TV commercials. Some advertisers have already started their pre-game, social media play to build brand buzz and attract viewers to watch their Super Bowl commercials.

Taxing the Rich, and the “Woke” Advertising Trend

Harvard Business Review

Youngme, Felix, and Mihir debate two of the dramatic and controversial tax ideas being proposed by Democrats (a 70% marginal income tax rate and a 2% wealth tax), before discussing the trend among brands like Gillette, Nike, and Pepsi to launch “woke” advertising campaigns. Policy Marketing Advertising, Marketing & Public Relations Audio

BuySellAds.com: Worthwhile Online Advertising Marketplace for Online Communities

Managing Communities

BuySellAds.com (BSA) is an online advertising marketplace. Their publicly searchable database of publishers includes over 2,300 manually approved websites of a generally high quality. The sites primarily fall somewhere in the technology and design categories, but they do have some sites that fall into other categories, such as music, gaming and more. Some might consider them [.].

Important Factors to Consider Before Hiring a PPC Management Company

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What Kind of Company Do You Want?

Kevin Eikenberry

David Ogilvy is perhaps the most famous advertising executive of all time. His book, Ogilvy on Advertising, is a classic, and many of his ads have been often copied. Leadership Learning Quotations Advertising company of giants David Ogilvy hiring marketing middle manager

5 PPC Tips to Put You Ahead Of Your Competitors

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Advertising's Big Data Dilemma

Harvard Business Review

The proposed merger of ad industry giants Omnicom and Publicis, forming the world''s largest advertising firm, promises to change the face of Madison Avenue forever. Traditionally, the heart of any successful advertising agency has always been its creative department. Advertising

Character and winning

Lead Change Blog

Self Leadership advertising Character Leadership Nike Tiger Woods winning Posted in Self Leadership I find Nike’s decision to use an uber dose of swagger and to fuel controversy with its winning takes care of everything ad campaign a mesmerizing exercise in social culture.

Advertisers Must Be Inventors

Harvard Business Review

Outside of live televised events, advertising is easy to avoid. Advertisers have to imagine more and more scenarios in which traditional ads just don't have a place anymore. That's an important thing in advertising, because our timelines are notoriously short.

6 Reasons why PPC isn’t Working for You

Strategy Driven

Online Marketing and Website Development business management Google Adwords Paid Advertising Pay Per Click strategydrivenWhen everything is done right, PPC can be one of the most powerful marketing tools out there.

R&D Spending Has Dramatically Surpassed Advertising Spending

Harvard Business Review

Especially at smaller companies. Research & development Marketing Finance & Accounting Digital Article

What Not to Do When I Ask You to Consider Advertising on Our Community

Managing Communities

I am looking for advertisers. photo credit: Miala Role playing time! I manage a good sized community around a particular niche. So, I identify some online stores that sell products to the people who comprise my community’s audience. The online store that you work for is one of those I find and I contact you. I [.]. Humor

Would you like to advertise to 90,000 managers?

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LeadershipFlow – Perfectly Square: A Story About Learning to Lead

General Leadership

Advertising Book Release Croft Edwards LeadershipFlow Perfectly SquareGeneralLeadership.com and the General Leadership Foundation bring Leadership Advice from America's Most Trusted Leaders to You! Read more at [link].

The Sneaky Psychology of Influence (selling) and Advertising

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The Sneaky Psychology of Influence (selling) and Advertising We all experience it everyday, but do we really appreciate just how easily we are swayed and influenced in our opinions For example - what colour do you associate with which of these logo.

The Sneaky Psychology of Influence (selling) and Advertising

Rapid BI

The Sneaky Psychology of Influence (selling) and Advertising We all experience it everyday, but do we really appreciate just how easily we are swayed and influenced in our opinions For example - what company do you associate with which of these log.

The Best Advertising is Sincere

Harvard Business Review

And they've captured a classic outsider's truth about advertising, something that we rarely appreciate about our business because it is so deeply part of the background: that most of it is conducted with utter sincerity. The Future of Advertising An HBR Insight Center.

When Advertising Meets the Meme

Harvard Business Review

Advertising creatives have always known the power of memes, even if they didn't always use the term. Whereas advertisers once spawned memes, now the better strategy may be to surf them. Expect more advertisers to follow suit. The Future of Advertising An HBR Insight Center.

Comparing the ROI of Content Marketing and Native Advertising

Harvard Business Review

Many companies today rely on content marketing and native advertising to gain visibility for their brand — after all, 70% of people say they’d rather learn about products through content rather than through traditional advertising. Clearly, native advertising is expensive.

Why Companies Are Advertising Their Master Brand

Harvard Business Review

Instead of promoting, for example, Hershey’s Syrup, chocolate bars, and Hershey’s kisses separately, the company is running an advertising campaign that unites all Hershey branded treats in a single commercial, emphasizing the corporate brand name over individual product lines.

Wachovia Advertisement: Want your gas money back? | Rajesh Setty

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About Portfolio Resources eBuzz Blog Home Blog Compelling Offers Wachovia Advertisement: Want your gas money back? RSS Feed Wachovia Advertisement: Want your gas money back? By Rajesh Setty on Thu 18 Dec 2008, 7:32 PM - View Comments I saw this advertisement from Wachovia Bank at a gas Station in Santa Clara. HELLO THERE AND WELCOME. You are a new visitor to this blog.

Advertisers Should Act More Like Newsrooms

Harvard Business Review

Typically, Super Bowl advertisers meticulously plan every aspect of their presence months in advance of the big game. Recently, the Wharton Future of Advertising Program asked more than 175 industry leaders to describe their vision of what advertising would be like in the year 2020.

Is Programmatic Advertising the Future of Marketing?

Harvard Business Review

” Who knew that it was the dawn of a new era not just for advertising, but for all of marketing? The result is a new era of marketing accountability, in which advertising “budgets” will have turned into marketing “investments.” Nicholas Blechman.

Can Advertising Change the World?

Harvard Business Review

But persuading people is what advertising is designed to do. This is the fifth in a series of posts from our March issue on the future of advertising. The Future of Advertising An HBR Insight Center. Advertisers Must Be Inventors. Advertising Sustainability

In Mobile Advertising, Timing Is Everything

Harvard Business Review

The history of advertising shows that for any new medium, the industry tends to use the same approach that worked in the old medium. Perhaps it is time to rethink mobile advertising and its purpose.

Advertising and the Internet of Things

Harvard Business Review

Addressable as a web page, every object would naturally become an element of the media landscape, capable of interacting directly with end-users to deliver commercial messaging — including advertising. What's new is how this example reframes the definition of advertising.

5 Secrets To Crafting Expert Copy

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The Power of Real-Time Advertising

Harvard Business Review

The idea of improvisational marketing is a dangerous one to many of the big brands that advertise around the Super Bowl, for obvious reasons. Advertising Decision making Social media

In Marketing, the “C” Word Cannot Exist

In the CEO Afterlife

Branding Leadership Marketing Strategy Advertising Consurmer Packaged Goods Social Media Theodore Levitt Vision Many years ago I read Theodore Levitt’s The Marketing Imagination.

Kellogg’s Special K: On a Slippery Slope

In the CEO Afterlife

I have been a big fan of Kellogg’s since my days at the Leo Burnett Advertising Agency in the early 1970’s. Whether it was an advertising campaign, a new product or a line extension, Kellogg’s marketing was extremely disciplined and strategic.

The Future of Advertising

Harvard Business Review

In today''s media-saturated world, consumers are rejecting aggressive, interruptive advertising. In this environment, the keys to advertising are engaging consumers by focusing on where they are and connecting with them when they will be receptive. Drawing on a decade of working with advertising and marketing executives, Jeffrey Rayport argues that companies need a new way of thinking about advertising in the digital age.