Hey, Whipple, Squeeze This: The Classic Guide to Creating Great Ads

By Luke Sullivan

The vintage (and irreverent) bestselling advisor to making nice advertising

Hey Whipple, Squeeze This has encouraged a new release of advert scholars, copywriters, and younger creatives to make their mark within the undefined. yet scholars desire new counsel to ply their craft now within the electronic global. This new fourth variation explains the way to carry model tales into interactive, dynamic areas on-line, as well as conventional tv, radio, print, and outside ads.

Creativity continues to be king, yet this re-creation contains:

  • Important new chapters and updates that convey Whipple into the hot electronic world
  • New content material and examples for a way to take advantage of social media and different rising platforms
  • Illustrate what is altering within the new global of advertising—and what isn't

Hey Whipple, Squeeze This! may help sharpen your writing chops, unharness your creativity, and aid elevate the extent of your paintings from hack to grasp craftsman.

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6b). You’re now not lacking whatever with this nonetheless photo both; that’s all it was—a shot of a silly cat. it's been attention-grabbing, my occupation, straddling because it has the years sooner than and after the net. attention-grabbing too has been the evolution of all of the content material to be had within the media. In 1994, TBWA\Chiat\Day’s Lee Clow used to be our speaker visitor at Fallon’s inventive retreat. We met at an outdated looking inn on a lake in northern Wisconsin, and to at the present time, I keep in mind Lee leaning opposed to the hearth as he noted Apple, analyzing the adjustments wrought through this striking corporation and what all of it intended for normal creatives like us. “Throughout historical past, the know-how continually comes first. It’s simply know-how for a while,” stated Lee, “until the day we artists inherit it. ” Lee was once correct. while tv first got here alongside, pretty well all of the content material and ads sucked—(“I’m madly in Dove! ”)—but humans enjoyed it since it used to be cool new know-how. (“Honey, glance. It’s Felix! ”) not anyone knew what we have been lacking until eventually artists started to inherit the medium within the Sixties and become aware of its greater capability. similar factor occurred in years prior with radio. at the present time we discover ourselves in a electronic period while the artists are only commencing to totally inherit the know-how first wrought by means of Tim Berners-Lee. shoppers also are inheriting know-how, and theirs is giving them extra keep watch over over the entire comparable media. What all started with a TV’s on-off button replaced to a mute button after which to time-shifting units like VCRs, then DVRs, and now that buyers have entire keep watch over over every little thing they view on-line and offline, it’s reasonable to invite, “How can a model get any cognizance in any respect? ” the reply: Have larger content material than everybody else. hand over interrupting the fascinating issues humans are looking to examine and begin being the fascinating factor to examine. caliber content material trumps all. This content material could be something; good, whatever that’s precious, enjoyable, or appealing, to borrow R/GA’s phrases back. content material could be a how-to video, a Q&A chat room, blogs, apps, or downloadable games. content material could be a white paper, a non-PG video, or a ringtone. it may be nearly whatever so long as it has both leisure price or is anything a shopper will locate precious. We’re coming into an period while all manufacturers, massive and small, must be within the content material enterprise. this suggests companies should be within the content material enterprise, too. Interbrand’s CEO Andy Bateman concurs: “Content and performance are the recent creativity. ”12 as with all advertisement creativity, there’s a self-discipline right here and as you take a seat to imagine content material, you want to have an target. Why are you making this content material? What goal does it serve? while ABC leisure created content material for his or her express misplaced, there has been a transparent aim: preserve the fanatics thinking about the express low season. within the On-Demand model, ABC’s Mike Beson defined how they “actually began to bury internet addresses within the ultimate episodes of misplaced after Season One, that took humans to [fake web pages like] Oceanic-Airlines.

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