Barkley’s Bloggers

Barkley is offering up its resident bloggers.

Sadly, the KC agency also offers up a lengthy disclaimer, lest we think these fine folks actually speak for the Barkley brand.
Also, Woolard Speak is missing from the list above. Yet, it’s Woolard who speaks kindly of his employer on his personal blog.

i’m headed to a little Ozark retreat with some folks from Barkley today to blur the lines. Barkley started sending a smattering of its employees – from all disciplines – to the Ozarks a few years ago. each time collaboration is king and ideas come from everywhere to address specific “assignments” launched on day one and presented on day four.
i didn’t get a chance to go when I was previously at Barkley, so i’m absolutely stoked to head out today. this is just one of a number of efforts Barkley offers to inspire its employees and keep fresh thinking front of mind. can’t wait.

About David Burn

Native Nebraskan in the Pacific Northwest. Chief Storyteller at Bonehook, a guide service and bait shop for brands. Co-founder and editor of AdPulp. Contributor to The Content Strategist. Doer of the things written about herein.

  • Steffan Postaer

    The disclaimer bit is something my agency has had to deal with as well. As blogs become more mainstream, the feeling is they can be interpreted as legit corporate communications. I have very mixed feelings about disclaimers yet I get why.

  • David Burn

    Okay, but can we agree that lawyers (and the fear they represent) ruin the work?

  • Jane Sample

    The disclaimer completely killed any desire on my part to actually read the blog.
    People like blogs BECAUSE they do not have legal disclaimers on them. People are sick and tiered of seeing legal disclaimers everywhere.
    Lawyers suck.