Posts Tagged ‘small town advertising’

A Year Later

December 27, 2009

This blog is one year old today.

164 posts. 13, 844 views. Connections made to people I’ve never met. Some I’d like to meet, some too frightening.

I’ve vented, observed, shared, learned, whined, been humbled, gained experience, found, lost, laughed, gotten confused, cried, gained perspective, cut-and-pasted, contributed, and a helluva lot more. It’s really been for me, but if you been here, then you’ve gotten a peek into a world waaaaaay far away from the Big Agency World. ┬áVery different, but in many ways, very much the same. We fight the same client issues, develop work along the same methods, struggle with the same creative blocks, and enjoy the same streaks of inspiration.

In Hooterville, (as I affectionately call it) we know our audience and write and produce to reach them. Not so different, really.

Thanks for visiting the other side.

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