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press clippings about Adland

 

This is where Adland collects our fifteen megabytes of fame. If you want to check out and contact the crew, do so under that link.
Press can be quoting us, using us as reference, or simply interviewing us. Adland was founded Åsk Dabitch Wäppling back in 1996. It began as a passion project, collecting recent ad campaigns, pairing up badland ads and as an outlet to adrant on recent happenings in the ad industry. As it grew, with a discussion mailing list and much mail generated daily, it became a database-driven website collecting great (and not so great) ads serving many caustic comments and editorials on the advertising industry. Some called it a blog, but we do not. The site has been used as resource or quoted by the New York Times, Adweek, Marketing Mag (Canada), the Library of Congress, Spiegel, CNN Money, Media Guardian, Resumé, Adformatie, Campaign magazine, Creativity, Svenska Dagbladet, Dagens Industri and many many more.
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Featured in "Innovation & Kommunikation" Resumé

Resumé; the leading advertising and media trade press from Bonnier media in Sweden has a special newsletter called Innovation&Kommunikation that goes more in depth on trends, you can subscribe to it

 

Independent: "Can media make it on the darkside?"

The Ireland Independent asks Can media make it on the darkside? when discussing the dark net with Jamie Bartlett.

 

The Drum: "Adland goes dark (web)"

Witty headline from The Drum, Media Brand of the year 2015. Congratulations, The Drum.

 

"Ad-tired ad-pros led to ad-site on the dark web" Medievärlden

The headline works far better in Swedish but it was amusing to translate it just to repeat "ad-" thrice in the title here.

 

Top 10 Advertising Blogs You Must Follow Now - Busines.com

Business.com has added us to the list Top 10 Advertising Blogs You Must Follow Now, with these kind words:

 

Adweek writes up Reebok, quotes us.

David Gianatasio at Adweek has written about Reebok's new campaign created by Venables Bell & Partners in "Reebok Is Qu

 

Adweek asked "what's the strangest thing in your office", got hilarious replies.

 

Adland joins Centup - where each "like" you give, gives to charity

Len Kendall, Founder of CentUp.org (and avid twitterer here) wasn't the only one who noticed that peop

 

Creative Interviews: Åsk Dabitch

Oh, that's right, we forgot to add this interview to our press clippings. Creative Interviews put moi in the hot seat for a bit, which was rather fun.

 

All aboard: Hunkvertising is here | Adweek

Hunkvertising, now an established strategy in marketing with a brand spanking new word too. You know the genre well, it's the one where you see as many six packs as possible, but you're not selling beer - or perfume. Adweek's David Gianatasio writes about "The Objectification of Men in Advertising" and how some wish they'd just keep their assets covered today, and we got to snark about ads we don't like.

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