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Author Young, Miles, author.

Title Ogilvy on advertising in the digital age / Miles Young.

Publication Info. New York : Bloomsbury, 2018.
2017

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Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Axe 2nd Floor Stacks  659.144 Y86o 2018    ---  Available
1 copy being processed for Axe Acquisitions Order.
Edition First U.S. edition.
Description 288 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm
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unmediated n rdamedia
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Note "First published in Great Britain by Goodman 2017"--Title page verso.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 274-277) and index.
Contents Codetta -- The digital revolution -- The short march -- The digital ecosystem -- To be or not to be a millennial -- The post-modern brand -- Content is king, but what does it mean? -- Creativity in the digital age -- Data : the currency of the digital age -- "Only connect" -- Creative technology : the sweet spot -- The three battlegrounds -- Digital transformations -- Five giants of advertising in the digital age -- My brain hurts -- The new shape of the world -- Culture, courage, clients and castanets.
Summary "Ogilvy chairman Miles Young provides top insider secrets and strategies for successful advertising in the Digital Revolution. As comprehensive as its predecessor was for print and TV, this indispensable handbook dives deep into the digital ecosystem, discusses how to best collect and utilize data-the currency of the digital age-to convert sales specifically on screen (phone, tablet, smart watch, computer, etc.), breaks down when and how to market to millennials, highlights the top five current industry giants, suggests best practices from brand response to social media, and offers 13 trend predictions for the future." -- Publisher's website
Subject Ogilvy, David, 1911-1999. Ogilvy on advertising.
Internet advertising.
Advertising -- History.
Added Author Ogilvy & Mather, contributor.
ISBN 9781635571462 (hardback)
1635571464 (hardback)

 
    
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