When I was a kid and my dad wanted to buy a car, the first place he would go was the car dealership.
Silly and sentimental. Advertisers play it safe this year.
In Super Bowl advertising, it might be the year of the familiar — familiar advertisers, familiar celebrities, familiar teasers, familiar promotional stunts and humor.
Charlie Munger knows a bit about making money.
Every ad person wrestles with the conundrum whether effective advertising should focus more on entertaining or more on informing.
Few would argue the impact of the wheel, the printing press, steam and gasoline engines, the telephone, electricity and the light bulb, nuclear power, the airplane, penicillin, the computer and...
A few short years ago, not many would have connected public relations folks with the digital revolution. But a funny thing happened along the way.