An essential introduction to the field for all students in advertising, communications, marketing, and allied fields, and an invaluable reference for professionals.How do you write a great ad? Pete Barry, who worked at Ogilvy London and now teaches in New York, goes straight to the basics: work out what you want to say, who you are saying it to, and how you want to say it. No amount of glossy presentation will make a successful ad if the idea behind it is unconvincing.
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An essential introduction to the field for all students in advertising, communications, marketing, and allied fields, and an invaluable reference for professionals.From the Back Cover:
In creative advertising, no amount of glossy presentation will improve a bad idea. That’s why this book is dedicated to the first and most important lesson: concept.
Structured to provide both a complete course on advertising and a quick reference on particular topics, it covers every aspect of the business, from how to write copy and learn the creative process to how agencies work and the different strategies used for print, TV, ambient, and other types of media, including interactive.
Pete Barry outlines simple but fundamental rules about where to start and how to ‘push’ an ad to turn it into something exceptional, while exercises throughout will help both students and professionals assess their own work and that of others.
Fifty years’ worth of international, award-winning ad campaigns – in the form of over 400 ‘roughs’ specially produced by the author – also reinforce the book’s core lesson: that a great idea will last forever.
An essential guide for students and professionals in advertising, communication, marketing and allied fields.
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