I’m not going to go into the science of advertising and the psychology of its impact.
I’m going to talk about what the world is, and how we get there.
In this post, I’ll be talking about the future of advertising.
I’m going with the word “future” in mind.
There is no such thing as an inevitable future, as it were.
It’s impossible to predict what the future will look like in the way it looks now.
I’ve always said that there’s no such word as a “future,” but we’re beginning to catch on to it.
As of this morning, there are at least four major ad industries—graphic design, retail, creative, and media—that are in the process of figuring out how to make their products, services, and brands stand out from the crowd.
So let’s take a look at the future.
The past isn’t dead—yet.
It may have been around for awhile, but it’s only been around a while, and its still very much alive.
And yes, this is still the future, because you know, you can still make something that makes you feel good about yourself.
Advertising is, by definition, a business, and as such, it has been around forever.
Advertisers are often driven by a need to generate revenue, and to do that they’re often creative.
In advertising, a “copycat” is just that—a copycat that takes something great and improves on it.
You can’t copy a person, or a brand, or even a product.
You have to build something out of the ground, or find a way to create something new, or invent something.
There’s a big difference between copy and invention, and it’s easy to confuse the two.
The key is to make something special.
And that’s what advertising has always been about: creating something different.
“The art of advertising” was written by an advertising guru named Henry Ford.
Ford saw the need for something new and original, and he created the world’s first ad agency.
His agency would create copy, and then he would create original advertising for it.
Ford was not only successful in the advertising industry, but he was also very much a visionary and a genius, a man who believed in the power of advertising to change the world.
In the 1920s, Ford founded Ford Motor Company, which would eventually become one of the most powerful and successful corporations in history.
His vision of the future would have a major impact on the lives of Americans and the world, and the company he founded would go on to be a global powerhouse for nearly three centuries.
Ford built a business model on the idea of advertising that he believed would create more sales and revenue than its competitors, and on the premise that advertising would be the most effective way to promote a product or service.
It was a brilliant business plan, but its execution was never particularly good.
After the company failed, Ford was forced to sell off the company, and Ford sold off a significant portion of the advertising businesses in America.
The idea of selling advertising was unpopular at the time, and was even more unpopular when it was happening in an era when the country was still in a recession and the economy was stagnant.
It was a time when many people were still searching for work, and advertisers were desperate for any type of income, regardless of the type of business.
So, when Ford sold his agency, he left behind a huge hole in the world of advertising, with no clear direction to go.
He never quite made up for it with a huge advertising empire, but by the mid-20th century, he had created a legacy of products and services that would shape how we understand the world and the way we think about the world today.
“In advertising you create a copy and then you sell that copy.”
A major reason that we’re seeing such a massive shift in advertising’s future is because of the way our economy has evolved over the past few decades.
For the past thirty years, we’ve been living in a post-industrial economy.
Today, most of the manufacturing jobs that once paid a living wage have been outsourced to robots, computers, and other forms of technology.
These new machines are cheaper, faster, and smarter, but they don’t have to pay a living wages.
When you look at our economy, it’s clear that we have changed in a fundamental way.
The jobs that paid a decent wage have gone.
It is now possible for an average person to make as much as $10,000 a year, but most people don’t even reach that.
The average income for people in manufacturing is now just $24,000.
There’s also a huge amount of opportunity out there for young people to find work.
For many, college and grad school can be a pathway to a middle-class lifestyle, but the reality is that the vast majority of people in this