I’ve lined up a brand new series of The All Good Copy Podcast…
And you’re in for a real treat.
Another batch of ten episodes is in the pipeline with some absolutely amazing guests from the world of copywriting, marketing and advertising.
From ex-Ogilvy staff to intrepid freelancers and the brains behind some of the biggest adverting campaigns in the industry right now…
It’s looking pretty good.
Plus, there’s a whole lot of new randomness, including weird music from Pablo, a host of new characters dropping by to share their ‘insight’ and new tips and recommendations from me.
The feedback I’ve had in about the last series has been great and I can’t stress enough how nice it is to have your support.
If you’re able to leave a positive review on iTunes, share an episode with a friend or just take a minute to comment on an episode on LinkedIn…
It makes a huge difference and helps spread the podcast around.
Indeed, my thanks to everyone who’s done it already and my genuine gratitude in advance if you’re able to do so with the new episodes.
Anyway, enough of this exposition. This is copywriting – you’re meant to kick off with the good bit.
So here we are…
Episode 11 is a corker as I threw time-zones to the wind and caught up with everyone’s favourite Australian advertising satirist – Ryan Wallman aka Dr Draper.
If you’ve not come across Ryan before, you’re in for a treat.
I’d tell you more about him now, but, hey, that’s what the podcast is for…
So, you can go and have a listen for yourself here on the site, via the usual channels and now Acast too…
I hope you thoroughly enjoy the episode and if you haven’t listened to all the great guests I had on for series one, you really should.
NOTES ON THE PODCAST
Ryan Wallman is the Associate Creative Director at Wellmark, a creative agency based in Australia. Ryan regularly tweets about advertising and marketing under the moniker Dr Draper. You can follow him on Twitter here.
Glenn Fisher is an author, speaker and copywriter. His first book, The Art of the Click is an Amazon bestseller and is published by Harriman House. It’s available now on Amazon here.
You can find out more about Wellmark here.
The Human Stain by Philip Roth is available on Amazon here.
Creative Blindness by Dave Trott is available on Amazon here.
How To Write Sales Letters That Sell by Drayton Bird is available on Amazon here.
Write To Sell by Andy Maslen is available on Amazon here.
For more free insight into copywriting and marketing, visit allgoodcopy.com