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Top of the blogs 2015

  As 2015 comes to a close, we thought we’d review what our most read blog posts of the year were. And here are the top 5, in reverse order for ultimate dramatics.

‘The Content Revolution’ by Mark Masters

  LID Publishing | 2015 Mark Masters, MD of The ID Group and local nice-guy, somehow found time to write a book – no mean feat when you consider the prolific content output on his website and social media, plus a weekly podcast, oh, and hosting the quarterly ‘Once Upon a Time’ events.

‘Creative Mischief’ by Dave Trott

  LOAF | 2009 What a great title for a book, and what an excellent philosophy for life. As this collection of anecdotes proves, Dave Trott applies this philosophy of creative mischief to his whole life, not just to his work as an advertising copywriter. I challenge anyone to read it and not end up […]

‘Predatory Thinking’ by Dave Trott

  Macmillan |  May 2013 Having witnessed Dave Trott deliver a keynote speech full of creative genius at the recent Professional Copywriters’ Network Conference, I had high hopes for this book. And although you can’t judge a book by its cover (you can), this cover is pretty cool.

Happy birthday to us

  Messagelab Communications Ltd was incorporated as a private company one year ago today. We thought we’d take some time to reflect on our first year, with a cuppa and a generous slice of birthday cake (chocolate fudge, since you asked) – self-indulgence all round.