When the copy is lazy, how can you expect consumers to be energized?

When the copy is lazy, how can you expect consumers to be energized?

Seems like whoever’s writing the copy over at Fox Sports may have given up

 

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I don’t know … maybe they were inspired by conEdison …

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Would love to see the creative brief and marketing insight that inspired these …

Case Studies

Bringing Together 2 Iconic Brands

Bringing Together 2 Iconic Brands

When Capital One acquired ING Direct (INGD), the opportunity was great … and so was the obligation. ING Direct was not a typical business, nor was it a typical brand. The brand’s success was the result of intentionally differentiating itself as much as possible from the way other financial institutions presented themselves. And, as relatively…+

Case Study: 35% Response Rate

Case Study: 35% Response Rate

How do you get a 35% response rate on direct mail? (How about 40%?) I was showing some of my past work to a prospective client the other day, and I happened to pull out a dimensional mailing we did years ago for Nordstrom … the one that got nearly 40% response when it was…+

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What does “Independent George” have to do with brand voice?

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Without this, you are doomed to FAIL.

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Advertising’s First Commandment? Thou Shalt Not Be Creepy

Okay, so David Ogilvy never said this, but if he had lived to see the spot below, he just might have: Unless you are flat-out trying to attract creeps, you should avoid any possibility that your advertising will be viewed as creepy. Are you listening eHarmony? If you haven’t seen this one yet, prepare for…+