Sales names in clients advertising doesn’t need to be the same old boring thing… here is 37 ideas!
Most radio commercials, 99.9% of them are perfectly legal, but it’s that point one percent that can be controversial and dangerous to put together as a copywriter
I will state it from the start that I am a BIG fan of Cadbury and their advertising, from the old Cherry Ripe ads to some of their latest efforts (and who doesn’t love the Phil Collins ‘In The Air Tonight’ APE commercial?). But some of their choices in their brilliant and award winning British made, ‘BUS’…
“Buying habits of customers change, and if you only have 3 days to make an impact on a client who is only buying once every 15 years…”
In my opinion, the most creative, most original thinkers were NOT that creative or original in the first place.
I was trying to explain to a client a while ago about why the script was written the way it was and they couldn’t grasp the fact that they just couldn’t fit 140 words into a 30 seconds…
No – NO – NOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!
Another short on news week this week – so I have been able to sort through the trash and find the best, and most interesting stories that you may have missed.
Sure there are other steps I could have included, but here are my top 12 tips to edit, re-write and get your ideas to work in a radio script
A smaller selection than normal this weekend, as not much was circulating around the old interwebs…