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Daily doodle: peaking my interest

Just a quick one today. I’ve kicked April off with a bang; two drawings I’m actually kind of proud of, and two books finished already (The Art of Plain Talk and Confessions of an Advertising Man – ‘What I learned’ posts inbound). 17 more words


Why marketers should be wary of taxi drivers and toilets...

Republished with the link to the original David Ogilvy tape.

This story starts close to home in Australia. There are two brothers who work for a television network in Sydney. 702 more words


David Ogilvy, Matsuri Takahasi and Karoshi

“Hard work never killed a man. Men die of boredom, psychological conflict, and disease. They do not die of hard work.”

― David Ogilvy

David Ogilvy was a British tycoon who founded advertising firm Ogilvy & Mather, he is known as the father of advertising. 209 more words

David Ogilvy: Five Lessons You Can Learn from “The Father of Advertising”

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For advertising pros and copywriters around the world, David Ogilvy remains a fantastic source of knowledge and inspiration. Years after his passing, he is still considered “the father of advertising,” as his heritage is timeless and continues to influence the industry. 736 more words

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David Ogilvy's Quotes on Advertising

David Ogilvy is the most popular name in advertising. From newcomers to well-established men and women, everybody in the industry looks up to the legend. No wonder some of the statements made by him years ago have now turned into powerful quotes that advertisers live by. 240 more words

Deconstructing "Why David Ogilvy must die" - a lesson for the fake marketers...

An appalling piece of digital drivel appeared in The Drum last week. It is typical of the fake news constantly conjured by the fake marketers, those who call themselves digital marketers. 1,896 more words