copywriter


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a person employed to write advertising or publicity copy

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Joseph Cianciotti has joined Winkler as Group Creative Director, Malachy Walsh as Senior Copywriter and Kent Pepper as Senior Art Director.
The hybrid copywriter & brand marketing consultant founded his upstart Los Angeles branding and copywriting agency Articulated Brands in 2007 with the mission of making specialized brand messaging experience accessible to companies of every size and industry.
Chris is now helping to pass on his knowledge and expertise to new copywriters who join the AdviserPlus team.
Before that he held the post of senior copywriter at CURIOUS, where he was responsible for a wide range of high-profile brands, including Dell and Reed Furniture.
Miss Simpson, a copywriter at the advertising agency where Simblett is joint creative director, insists she was sacked after rejecting his advances.
Now, I can screw up as good as most, but how does a copywriter get to present conflicting your/you're in one 11-word sentence?
Copywriter after previous positions with other agencies including Rodgers Townsend.
Best-selling author, expert copywriter, and noted business consultant Ted Nicholas is hosting Success Expo 2006 Seminar and Trade Show, October 28-30, at the Omni Mandalay Hotel in Irving, Texas.
The Obedient Door is the debut publication of journalist and copywriter Sean Finney's seemingly spontaneous and always original poetry.
We're trying like hell to do shoe advertising that will get noticed in a saturated category," explained art director Marc Gallucci, who created the ads with copywriter Bill Hahn.
She also serves as ADAMS' in-house copywriter and editor.
Chuck Kent is a longtime New York and Chicago-based creative director and copywriter with large agencies, and has created campaigns for some of the world's best-known brands.
It's written by Chip Tudor who is a professional copywriter and a pastor at Fairhaven Church in Dayton, Ohio.
During the early 1950s, he worked as a copywriter for the Indiana Farm Bureau.