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So yesterday I saw someone had written a comment on one of my old posts.
When I checked it out, I saw it said this.
“Not only are you inarticulate, but you also show in the above and in many other posts on your blog, your narrow view and limited understanding of the advertising world.
Occasionally in the advertising industry, we feel as though we’re taking advantage of consumers, we’re operating within a shallow existence or we could be doing more for society. This blog reassures us that at the end of the day we can be reassured, that there is a lower form of scum in cyberspace.
I’m not sure what you do for a profession (obviously it is not advertising), or who would employ you, but a tip for your career – ensure the decision makers in your organisation never see your blog. Or you’ll be in the streets faster than the duration of a groan delivered by the average online user when reading one of your poorly worded assumptions in your advertising ‘literature’.”
Thanks Byron, you speak a lot of sense – please show me the light and take me to examples of your work because as an advertising master, you’re bound to have stuff that will blow our tiny, uneducated minds.
Oh and for the record, you can see why I’m so bad at knowing anything about advertising by going here.
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