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Ogilvy on advertising. [David Ogilvy] -- A candid and indispensable primer on all aspects of advertising from the man Time has called "the most sought after. From Miles Young, worldwide non-executive chairman of Ogilvy & Mather, comes a sequel to David Ogilvy's bestselling advertising handbook featuring essential. david ogilvy After Oxford, Ogilvy went to Paris, where he worked in the kitchen of the Hotel Majestic. He learned discipline, management – and.
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Zag is a no non-sense book that will still have you in stitches as you flip through the pages. Hansson Everything you need to know about Business I remember when this book first hit the shelves.
Well, for the most part I was right. It essentially reminds you of the basics of business that we all seem to forget at some point in our careers. Trust me, ReWork will make you reevaluate how you work and actually make a change.
This is probably one of the books you will want to read the day before you walk into an agency. While some of the information in this book is a bit dated, you can most certainly transfer some of the fundamentals to modern day marketing.
The author is brilliant with his writing as he combines a perfect amount of wit and insight. Find paragraphs and highlight them.
Find witty lines and quote them. Like many of the other books on this list, this is one you should be required to read before taking an advertising job.
Claude is the king of direct marketing and this book provides a variety of insights that can be translated very well into the modern direct marketing — social media and email marketing. Trust me, this is a must read.
This book will teach you everything you need to know about brand management, advertising, marketing and product management as a whole. The impact that this book has had on several great minds cannot be denied — The creator of Geocities claims that this book is what allowed him to develop one of the original social networks. This book is simply a marketing classic and is considered by many to be up there with the likes of Scientific Advertising and Ogilvy on Advertising.
Simply a great book. While this book is more for those aspiring to run their own agency at some point — it still holds some values that can be transferred into the day-to-day life of a modern day ad man.
One of the points in this book state that it takes a great idea to create a great company. This book will show you how to help your clients go from developing good advertisements to creating great ones. On top of all that, Built to Last will provide you with some insights on how to make your clients businesses…well, last.
There is something to say about a timeless ad, the same way there is something to say about a timeless business.
This book will help you make something timeless. Ogilvy on Advertising Ogilvy on Advertising Some say that those working in advertising without reading this book are ripping off their clients. I must say that this book is probably the one on this list that I hold the deepest to my heart. This book is important because it shows advertisers the importance of connecting with influencers and the different types of people who make ideas spread.
There are several case studies and examples examined throughout the book that demonstrate how and how not to influence significant change. The Brand Gap The Brand Book This book matches well with Ogilvy on Advertising as it outlines the importance of being visually appealing while also selling.
The Brand Gap is a book that clearly lays down the law and cuts out all of the marketing BS that several clients and advertisers believe just alike. It shows that what your brand represents is not what you believe or put in your advertising campaign. What your brand represents is the feelings your customers get when they use your product and the words they speak when they talk about it with their friends.
When you read this book you really will not need to bring a long a highlighter for the read. Every single line in this book has value and not one line is wasted.
A must read for everyone in advertising.
Linchpin: Are You Indispensable? Seth Godin is a best-selling author and one of the most popular bloggers in the world.
You need to do whatever it takes to be considered indispensable. In my opinion, this is one of the more intellectually stimulating books of the Seth collection as some of the paragraphs require re-reading just to get the full impact of the message.
Most certainly one of his best pieces of work and with out question of the most inspiring.
I followed Brian Solis on twitter for a year or so now and when I heard he was launching his book I knew I had to read it. And was I ever right. As the digital world continues to see fundamental shifts in the tools that we use to connect with consumers the value of engaging with customers is still through the roof.
While the first half of this book will simply discuss the general social media concepts — The second half really starts to get down to the fun stuff.
Did I mention Ashton Kutchner wrote the Foreward? That goes to show how sticky this book really is. Please enter recipient e-mail address es.
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