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Scrabble  Posted on August 10, 2011 by Stenid  Words from the word game.

Welcome to The Hungry Copywriter’s collection of great copy ads. This celebrates good copywriting.

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51 pun An Inconvenient Truth For Copywriters: How To Write Headlines And Why Your Career Depends On It

Fallon McElligott - Horst "Hate"

This is too short to be a yearbook copy, but notice the way it uses a humorous, familiar, personal way to get the reader interested. That's why we always include specific WHS details in the theme copies - to try to relate to the reader.

If you can afford a glass house, you can throw anything you want. -The Economist

There’s no mistaking an Economist ad. Well, until they started putting pictures all over them. The Economist was the benchmark of clever, headline-driven advertising. Wit, charm and arrogance came standard. And not a visual in sight.

Remember when you tried on your mom's lipstick for the first time?

De Beers: creative print advertising that uses headlines to grab the attention of the reader.

apple garamond - Google Search

August 1981 full-page newspaper ad run by Apple in the Wall Street Journal welcoming IBM to the personal computer marketplace.

The voice of this copy is elegant and encouraging. I like how the copy is formed inside a decimal point/really big dot, since the title of the copy is "the decimal point".

The voice of this copy is elegant and encouraging. I like how the copy is formed inside a decimal point/really big dot, since the title of the copy is "the decimal point".

McDonalds vs. Starbucks - Starbuck's response campaign to McDonald's 4 Bucks Is Dumb campaign

Starbucks Brews a Fresh Pot of Publicity

Starbucks - Starbuck's response campaign to McDonald's 4 Bucks Is Dumb campaign

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