This weeks Idea: Rita Sheloff: “Marketing Machine”

First her van gets attention (note the eyelashes)…

with Neil Godin I met Marketing Dangerously member Rita Sheloff when she worked with one of my sales coaching clients, Hills Foods (purveyors of exotic meats and wild game), here in Coquitlam, BC., and I remember her telling me that she had a little business on the side. But. Since leaving Hills last October, her […]

This weeks Idea: Grown up kids at home? Here’s a way out!

A “Parental Advisory” ad by Pilothouse

with Neil Godin Last week we talked about how s – e – x is selling condo’s at a Vancouver development called the Ralston, marketed by Vancouver’s Pilothouse Real Estate Inc., a group famous for their creative – and hyper-effective – approach to advertising. This week we ask the rhetorical question:  “Does humor sell?”  I […]

S – x between buildings? Now “this” is marketing dangerously!

This “apology” was followed by the following (not so apologetic) text. Here. Read on…

with Neil Godin You won’t be able to read the text in the photo below, so here, let me read it for you: “The advertising campaign stating that ‘The Rolston was So Enticing Other Buildings Want To Have S – x  With It’ was considered alarming by a number of people. Yes, we did sell […]