“The New Phone Books Are Here! The New Phone Books Are Here!”

According to Lewis Lazare in today

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About Wade Sturdivant

Creative Director/Copywriter at The Richards Group, Wade spent his formative years in Chicago (DDB, Leo Burnett) and has worked on accounts as diverse as BMW, Firestone, Bud Light, McDonald’s, Kellogg’s and the U.S. Army.

  • http://www.adpulp.com Shawn

    The report is obviously flawed as AdPulp.com didn’t make the top 3 sample for marketing/advertising.
    1. AdLand
    2. AdRants
    3. Wonder Branding
    However the repor does include 15 Key questions on whether or not to blog. The highlight is question 15:
    “Are you willing to enter the world of blogging with honesty, frankness and humor? If you cannot get past the ‘marketing speak’ and defensiveness, then do not blog.”
    Now if only I could get that damn Lime Coke jingle out of my melon.

  • http://adpulp.com David Burn

    Nor did we make Fast Company’s list of best Ad blogs, published in March.
    If this keeps up, I may just break down and cry. Being an ad man, I have a deep need for attention, money, fame, flattery and complimentary tickets to all the best sporting events. I mean what’s the point of all this work, anyway?

  • http://www.wadesturdivant.com Wade Sturdivant

    Perhaps a cross-promotional deal with Skechers and Christina Aguilera would help build awareness. I’ll handle the photo shoot.

  • Danny G

    Well, I do happen to know that if we piss off the 4A’s, we’ll get attention. But no money, fame, flattery or complimentary tickets to anything.

  • http://www.adpulp.com Shawn

    Perhaps a cross-promotional deal with Skechers and Christina Aguilera would help build awareness. I’ll handle the photo shoot.

    Anyone remember the mock Puma ads floating around a couple years ago.

  • http://www.wadesturdivant.com Wade Sturdivant

    Yeah, Shawn. I saw them.
    So sexually blatant they’d never run (at least not in America), but very well executed as I recall.