But does it work?

Long form advertising: Does it Work?

Salmon Rushdie started in advertising, but today we have very few real wordsmiths and as a result the long copy school of advertising has few supporters. But do they work - long copy print ads, long format radio spots? And if they do, have we got the skills to create them?


This article first appeared on 702 : Long form advertising: Does it Work?


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