Confessions of an Advertising Man

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Atheneum, 1963 - Advertising - 172 pages
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Mr. Ogilvy reveals, among other professional secrets, how he gets clients, how to write potent copy, and how to rise to the top of the advertising field.

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I liked it, for someone new its a great starter. A master in his time and mine.

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Keats and David's heaven:
“Give me books, fruit, French wine, and fine weather”
“Up to this point my life had been divided into a series of separate rooms: cooking in Paris, selling stoves in
Scotland, polling for Hollywood, Secret Service, farming among the Amish, and building an advertising agency. I now had to find a room in which to end my days.” 

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6
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III
56
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