Pardon the dust. We’re moving some things around.
2012 was an interesting, sometimes challenging, year in AdPulp. We published our 10,000th post and continued to deliver a consistent run down of the most important trends and news in the MarCom space. We heard from new voices, and we worked harder to provide more depth to our stories and thus value to you. As […]
Sarah Lacy, founder and editor-in-chief of PandoDaily, suggests that long-form journalism is back in vogue. She also suggest there’s a supply problem, and that companies like BuzzFeed and Tumblr — both of which recently announced new long-form content initiatives — may have trouble finding writers with the skills and background necessary to produce New Yorker-quality […]
Once upon a time, when ad blogs were shiny and new people used to take note. Which was fun, because media makers want to know how their product is being received. Thanks to Say Daily from Say Media, we have a new radar reading. The site features short write ups on “7 Unconventional Advertising Insiders,” […]
Apparently, it takes 10,000 hours to become exceptionally gifted at a sport, craft or task. So, what does it mean for AdPulp to reach a 10,000th post milestone — something we’re accomplishing with this post? Does it mean we’re more gifted today then we were yesterday at delivering you a focused, inside look at advertising, […]
I once worked on a chain of auto repair shops. When our client came in for a strategy session, he seemed confused about the idea of targeting his message. “Well, I think we can narrow down our audience to men and women 18-49,” he confidently stated. Our strategist shot back, “Who own cars, right?” Needless […]
When you’re a creative in adveritising, you clearly have to believe that you alone have something unique to offer an agency or a client. We’re all trying to stand out. It’s an adaptation of something we’ve been preaching to businesses for years. Can anyone stand out in a marketing world where everyone’s desire is to […]