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What is your specialty: creativity, contact, or research?

Please list some brand names or clients that you have worked for.

Have you got a blog or web page?
Please indicate your web address.

What do your clients value more, strategy, creativity, design, or return of investment?

The word 'creativity' is much-used in advertising, yet most commercials are annoying, why is that?

Can a bad advertising campaign sell well?

Which advertising agencies and directors seem the best to you at this moment?

How do you respond to the classic quote, "I love the idea, but right now's not the time"?

What brings you the most satisfaction: when your advert pleases your boss, your client, your friends, or your mother?

How do you see the transition between traditional advertising and online advertising?

Are people in advertising paid too much?

Is advertising merely spam?

Have you ever felt cheated by adverts?

What is your favourite thing about working in advertising and what is your least favourite?

Do advertising festivals help to improve the industry, or are they only ways for the elite to pay homage to themselves?

When you select an intern to work, what quality do you deem the most valuable?

Brand names as generators of content hardly ever have success: is the online world different in this sense?

Does the public buy the product or the product image?

Has your experience in qualitative research served in helping you discover new pathways or, more often than not, to kill good ideas?

IMPACT! Is this the main scale for judging the work of an advertising professional?

What are the main mistakes clients make in judging creativity?

Is it possible for someone in advertising to communicate well with people of other generations or cultures not their own?

In advertising, what is most effective, frequency or surprise?

Is a political candidate the same as a product?

How do you explain the way in which some brands have been able to expand so widely and rapidly without advertising? Are the laws of marketing changing?

What advice would give to someone who wants to join the ranks of advertising?


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