Blogging is a freaking narcotic. Once you get the taste of an audience, you have to have it every day, preferably several times a day. Yet, we all know where narcotics lead, when abused. To laziness, sloppiness, poor health, bad decisions and so on. I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but I’ve recently kicked my […]
Tonight I was honored to make a return appearance on The BeanCast with show host Bob Knorpp, as well as Ben Malbon and Saul Colt. We discussed a number of topics, including the low percentage of money spent by marketers on loyalty programs, start-ups using college students to promote their brands for free, and Apple’s […]
The Escape Pod’s sizzle reel isn’t like other sizzle reels. Likely because The Escape Pod is not like other agencies, stuck in some lame 20th century paradigm. Vinny Warren, partner in the Chicago agency, says The Escape Pod is an “advertising agency of the present.” Clearly, they have a finger on the zeitgeist, which you […]
A couple of items of self-promotion, if you’ll allow me the privilege. First, I had the great opportunity to make a repeat appearance on this week’s BeanCast, which also featured: Steve Hall of AdRants, Kristi Faulkner of NYC’s Womenkind, Jim Hopkinson of The Hopkinson Report, and of course, show host Bob Knorpp. We got into […]
For years, I’ve been asking the wrong question here. I’ve been asking “what can AdPulp do for me?” But the better question is “what can AdPulp do for you?” What Can AdPulp Do For You?
Alex Levine of Chicago loves AdPulp enough to point out our weaknesses and that pleases me. What weaknesses would you care to point out? Seriously. Until we get to know precisely how you view this site and use this site, and how you want to use it going forward, we’re guessing. Let’s take the guess […]