New PDF Ebook: Famous Advertisers in History

Are you fascinated by behind-the-scenes facts and trivia about famous people?

Do you love vintage ads?

Are you in the marketing/advertising industry?

If you’re like me, your answers to these questions is a resounding “YES!” Because of my personal enthusiasm about these topics, I’ve spent hours researching famous advertisers, iconic ads, and the backstories behind them.

I discovered fascinating facts, such as:

  • The “I Love New York” campaign was created at the request of New York’s Board of Tourism and featured several famous stars, including Frank Sinatra.
  • The first woman president of an ad agency started out as a copywriter.
  • Several of the characters, stories, and advertisements from the TV show Madmen were based on true people and real ads from that time.

I wrote several blog posts about all the interesting things I was learning, and those posts eventually morphed into a mini e-book.

And now I’d like to share this e-book with you – for free!

If those few facts above sparked your interest, you can expect to be fully fascinated by the stories in this e-book.

In it, I tell the stories of three advertising icons from the 50’s and 60’s. You’ll read about their lives before becoming advertising moguls, how they got into the business, the early days of their advertising careers, their philosophies, and their greatest successes. You’ll also get to see several of their most famous ads.

The e-book is available in PDF format, so you can download it to your devices and read it anytime, anywhere.

Sound like a book you’d want to read?

Then all you have to do is click the button below and give me your email address—it’ll land in your inbox within minutes! (Full disclosure: Twice a month, you’ll also receive my most recent posts about writing & advertising – but that’s it!)

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