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When I was at Ogilvy I was a copywriter.
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By Global Creative Strategist at TBWA London, Thomas Scovell.
Giles Lury is being brave and encouraging you to do so too.
How believable are those 5-star ratings?
As my burly window cleaner, Paul–a lifelong lover of the commercial break–recentlydeclared, “I’ve had it with ads.
I’m going to begin with a statement that to some people will be almost sacrilegious.
Roland Sutter explores the power of myths, marketing and politics.
The 'Super Bowl' month in the Middle East Advertising Industry.