The Blogfather bludgeons and interrogates social purpose this week, goes after VISA, but finds some time for Heinz and tips his hat to the work of Steve Harrison.
The Blogfather descends into the murky underworld of digital advertising this week, dissecting an advert for Peroni, and another that appears to be intent on blackening Bear Grylls’ good name.
The Blogfather goes after Tottenham and England striker Harry Kane for a cringy Coca-Cola endorsement this week, before setting his sights on Amazon and their penchant for dodging tax.
The Blogfather refrains from joining in on the Dulux bashing, coming to their defence in the name of marketing effectiveness, whilst also wishing an alternative to Eric Dier could come to the Spurs defence.
The Blogfather tucks into the meaty topic of marketing planning, giving guidance on how to approach it and which Godfathers of planning to get stuck into, namely Mark Ritson and Stephen King (not the horror writing dude).
The Blogfather bowls into Fortnum & Mason to send chutneys flying as he blows open what is truly essential, with influencers getting both barrels, just for a change, but marketing strategists getting his blessing.
The Blogfather emerges from the shadows to get stuck into Share of Search and the work and views of marketing’s best, including Les Binet and Mark Ritson, before telling tale of how he went full ahead both engines into Bitcoin, off the back of an advert he saw on the Tube.
Advertising / 30th Jul
The Blogfather’s been sunning his back for a month, but the return of the rain has driven him indoors to go under the bonnet of what makes an effective advert.
Brand Building / 06th Nov
The Blogfather came face-to-face with the ‘Godfathers of Effectiveness’ recently (kind of), and gorged himself on the rich pickings of Binet and Field’s latest work, before spewing it forth to you. You’re welcome.
Marketing Reviews / 17th Sep
The Blogfather has left many an irate online review in his time (especially for outlets of Millets). Here he dives into and dissects the subject, for your reading pleasure.