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Dabitch Åsk
Works at BBDO, Saatchi&Saatchi, Publicis, TBWA, S-W-H
Attends Parsons School of Art and Design
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Heh, I wouldn't know but this seems to be a good idea.
Jon Soto and Nick Cohen have revived the legendary "Mad Dogs and Englishmen" ad agency, and just to show you that they're serious about bringing quirky back, they released this ad for Nadkins.
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(because it makes you lose the thread eventually, not for any other reason - so I'm trying to connect things)

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cutie!
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If there's one thing that advertising people actually value, it's a brand. Especially if it's one of our own. So it's no surprise that Åsk Wäppling, the Swedish owner of the advertising blog adland.tv, doesn't want other peop...
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Stop working for free - Garbage asks photographer for free work, get pissy when he says no.
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Tidal sued for Copyright infringement.
Back when TIDAL came out, Jay Z claimed the site would be artists first and pay the best rates of any streaming service. Despite the 75% going to artists claim, some artists are alleging this is not the case at all.
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In fact, Wäppling portrays the Surface Web as the more dangerous place to surf. “The way ad networks are today are basically indistinguishable from malware. There’s a lot of third-party calls going on between the publication that you’re reading and the [tracker] on the publication,” she says.

See more at: https://www.ama.org/publications/marketinginsights/pages/marketers-guide-to-dark-web.aspx#sthash.8GwVNgIE.dpuf
Many of the fears marketers have about the dark web are mirrored in consumers’ fear of data collection.
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Are consumers calling the bluff?

Hardly. Or the tsunami of femvertising would've ended by now. "It's pure boardroom nitpicking. Consumers are happily buying into it. It's an overkill for us agencies, perhaps," says Pallav iChakravarti, senior creative director at Taproot India. Soon we'll see motor oil ads sold with a #LikeAGirl hashtag, says Adland TV's Dabitch. There are women and men working in advertising who have made it not only their mission, but also their genre and a source of income to keep femvertising going. There are seminars, workshops, conferences and research being made and sold to other advertisers, touting the need for women in every position and empowering women in every ad. The only thing that could possible topple the trend is the rise of Dadvertising, she feels. Attention Men! Your insecurities are next on the dartboard. After all, the consumer never minds being celebrated. But is that celebration a sustainable model to keep them hooked onto your product?
There's a market for ads that exploit female insecurities but in a nicer way so that women feel empowered instead
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I love you, sugarplum
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Sweetness. This cheered my day. :)

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Her status today, door still locked, refusing to come out.
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They're versatile and valuable in real time, but can also overlook both past and future.
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"Put a little about yourself here so people know they've found the correct Dabitch."

You KNOW.
Now, if you're a fan of Adland as in Adland.tv I suggest you follow Adland on G+ - and since nobody is doing that I might as well tell you that this account is run by Adland social media managers and it's not my personal Google account.

No relation to Cristophe Dabitch, but he does great work.

For the love of god, don't be StudlyCapping or space-spelling it Da Bitch, it's a name not a line from a hip-hop album.
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I am the founder of ADLAND the worlds first online ad community with the worlds largest super bowl commercials collection. Unless you know someone else who began in 1996, in which case I will correct this bio and use my awesome drink-mixing skills and ability to create tiny übercool humans for bragging rights instead.
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  • Parsons School of Art and Design
    Graphic design & Illustration, present
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Creative Director
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advertising elite, guru of all things, joke-ruiner by premature punchline
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  • BBDO, Saatchi&Saatchi, Publicis, TBWA, S-W-H
    present
  • Adland
    CEO, 1996 - present
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