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March 14, 2006

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» A world without advertising from Big Picture Advertising
Our good friend Jo Jaffe has an interesting download on his site - the charts from his recent presentation to the Boston Ad Club. Not quite the same without Jo to present but well worth reading. [Read More]

» A World without Advertising by Joseph Jaffe from Web Jungle
Just a quick link: Jaffe Juice: A World without Advertising is now available for downloading. Its a presentation he gabe at the Boston Ad Club Symposium. ... [Read More]

» The End of Advertising? from Raleighnet.org
Seems like I'm running across a lot of people suggesting that advertising has changed and doesn't work anymore given the realities of the new world. A few weeks ago, I read an interesting interview with Al Ries (of The 22 Immutable Laws of Branding Fam... [Read More]

» Ilma reklaamita from Sevenline internetiturundus
Joseph Jaffe riputas oma bloggi üles presentatsiooni A World without Advertising slaidid. Kuigi slaidid pole presentatsioon, siis mõtlema panevat materjali jagub seal nii nädalavahetuseks, kui pikemakski... [Read More]

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