By Luke Sullivan, Sam Bennett
The vintage (and irreverent) bestselling advisor to making nice advertising
Hey Whipple, Squeeze This has encouraged a new release of advert scholars, copywriters, and younger creatives to make their mark within the undefined. yet scholars desire new information to ply their craft now within the electronic international. This new fourth variation explains find out how to convey model tales into interactive, dynamic areas on-line, as well as conventional tv, radio, print, and outside ads.
Creativity remains to be king, yet this new version contains:
• vital new chapters and updates that convey Whipple into the recent electronic world
• New content material and examples for the way to take advantage of social media and different rising platforms
• Illustrate what's altering within the new international of advertising--and what isn't
Hey Whipple, Squeeze This! might help sharpen your writing chops, unharness your creativity, and aid elevate the extent of your paintings from hack to grasp craftsman.
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Hey, Whipple, Squeeze This: The Classic Guide to Creating Great Ads (4th Edition) by Luke Sullivan, Sam Bennett