"Teresa Iezzi aims to appeal to professional ad writers and those aspiring to their ranks. Both groups might profit from a look at The Idea Writers. Behind the cheeky tone and insider references is a useful guide to navigating in the digital wilds of online marketing and promotion." - The Wall Street Journal"Recommended" - Choice
The experts on copywriting:
"There is no point making advertising that is better than other advertising; that is not your competitor for people's time. You are up against all of the things they want to watch and read, the content they are seeking out." - Dave Bedwood, creative director and co-founder of U.K. digital agency Lean Mean Fighting Machine.
"It's one of the things that hasn't changed - finding that magic moment when you've come up with the insight that will make people think, I've thought of that a hundred times but I never thought of saying it like that. It's that moment of connection where people think there's a kindred spirit out there." - Bill Wright, ECD, Crispin Porter + Bogusky
"Unlike traditional storytelling where you complete the thing and you put it out there, it's a living thing that requires ongoing curation and involvement, on the part of storytellers and participants." - Ty Montague, former chief creative officer, JWT, founder of Co"I highly recommend it. It's the first book I've seen that thinks through what passes for 'rules' in the new digital world." - Luke Sullivan, author of Hey Whipple, Squeeze This: A Guide to Creating Great Advertising
About the Author
Teressa Iezzi is the editor of Advertising Age's Creativity, the leading publication and site covering all things creative in advertising and design. The monthly Ad Age Group publication provides a showcase of the best ideas across all areas of consumer culture, an exploration of the talent and technique behind the work, and insight into the creative people and trends shaping the future of the industry. Iezzi also oversees Creativity's website, Creativity-Online.com , which offers the definitive daily posting and archive of the work that matters, as well as the latest industry news and ad reviews.
Iezzi is also a regular columnist in Advertising Age and has appeared on broadcast and cable news channels including ABC, CNN and BBC America and in the national press as an expert on advertising and popular culture.
Prior to her role at Creativity, Iezzi had been editor of Ad Age Global, a monthly publication covering marketing and advertising from an international perspective.