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My Blog Reboot

Adnother way to learn

About 10 years ago, I started the Professor Ad Man blog to help students and grads get jobs and grow in advertising.

Over the years, the industry's changed. I've changed. For years, I worked as an agency copywriter and I transitioned to a UX writer for a major corporation. As a result, I have even more to teach and share.

 

Whether as an ad man or an app man, it's all about creative problem solving. That's what I do and enjoy each day. The goal here is to show you some problem-solving tools to help you grow in your careers in marketing, advertising and now UX design, too.

These are my personal opinions, of course, and I welcome all discussions.

NAMED BEST EDUCATIONAL BLOG

Named Unsung Hero of the Internet at SXSW

Hive Award

Gold Medal winner
Score 9/10

Bloggy Award

Gold Medal Winner
Best Educational Blog

Hermes Creative Award

 
 
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Art of The Make Or Break Handshake

In a recent survey by totaljobs.com, 76 percent of responders want all physical contact banned from the workplace. If you are hugging and kissing random co-workers – yes, you’re asking for trouble. Strangely, 38 percent think all workplace greetings are awkward. What about handshakes? It’s so ingrained into our culture, it’s second nature to every meet and greet. Good luck not shaking an extended hand without offending anyone. The job hunt... Internships... Networking events... Your first impression often starts with the handshake. So make it a good one. Your working relationship may depend on it. Practice makes perfect. Personally, I’m an usher at a mid-sized church, so it’s not unusual for

 
 

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