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- 331 g
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"Ever been on a roller coaster? They tend to hold your attention well. Slowly scaling great heights, then wonderful views, sharp unexpected turns, fast paced, and great fun. Faris's book is a roller coaster of a book - full of ideas on ideas, it held my attention at every turn. Packed full of theories and evidence to weigh and consider, this is the advertising/communications/ideas book of the year."--Adam Ferrier, Chief Strategy Officer "Cummins & Partners " ""Paid Attention" gives a comprehensive view of how the advertising industry has evolved and how new technologies and social media have affected what people demand from brands today. Faris covers philosophy, psychology, behavioural economics and social behaviours to look at how planners and creatives can ensure their work is relevant, engaging and appropriate. He covers a great deal of information in an approachable and straightforward way, with stacks of recent examples of successful advertising."--Emily Hare, Managing Editor "Contagious Magazine " "In today's global, 24/7, hyper-connected environment, our attention is the most prized commodity. New media call for new approaches to strategic communication. Drawing upon a rich and highly interdisciplinary body of scholarship on the links between cognition, symbolic expression and behavior, Paid Attention is a primer for the praxis of persuasion in the 21st century. Clearly fluent in both academic research and marketplace realities, Faris Yakob offers a welcome bridge between theory and practice. Scholars and professional communicators alike should pay attention."--Gwenyth Jackaway, PhD, Assoc Prof & Assoc Chair of Communication & Media Studies "Lincoln Center, Fordham University " "In the digital age and beyond, marketers can no longer buy attention. That means how we define strategy, creative ideas, media, and even the role of the consumer has to change. Faris Yakob has spent a career writing and speaking about these topics. Few thinkers better understand the challenges that confront marketers, advertisers and agencies in the years to come. Finally, we have his knowledge --captured in a clear, logical text that offers readers an understanding of the recent changes, and what we can do to prosper."--Edward Boches, Professor of Advertising, Boston University "formerly Partner and Chief Creative Officer, Mullen " "A lively, penetrating, thoroughly intelligent investigation of how content wins attention...or fails to do so. Let Faris be your guide to new ideas and best practice."--Grant McCracken "Affiliate Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University " "Faris's phaser is set to stun as he reverses the polarity of the ad industry in a cautionary tale against old media thinking. Salvation comes in the form of numerous helpful thoughts starters for those genuinely interested in exploring the future of marketing."--Johnny Vulkan, Founding Partner "Anomaly " "A new marketing philosophy for our time."--Ben Richards "Global Chief Strategy Officer, Ogilvy & Mather " "[A]n interesting and challenging book that allows any person in charge of marketing or advertising a business to rethink their advertising system."--Charles Franklin "Small Biz Trends " "Paid Attention" gives a comprehensive view of how the advertising industry has evolved and how new technologies and social media have affected what people demand from brands today. Faris covers philosophy, psychology, behavioural economics and social behaviours to look at how planners and creatives can ensure their work is relevant, engaging and appropriate. He covers a great deal of information in an approachable and straightforward way, with stacks of recent examples of successful advertising. --Emily Hare, Managing Editor "Contagious Magazine "" ""P
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Faris Yakob is the founder of Genius Steals LLC, an ideas and innovation consultancy. Previously he was Chief Innovation Officer at MDC Partners and Executive Vice President, Chief Technology Strategist at McCann Erickson. He regularly writes about brands, media, communications and technology in publications such as the Financial Times, Forbes, Advertising Age and Media Week. He is a frequent speaker at international conferences and lectures at MIT and USC. He is also a contributor to What is a 21st Century Brand?, also published by Kogan Page.
ONE: Paid attention; 00: Introduction: Paid attention - how much is it worth?; 01: Logocentrism: What's in a name?; TWO: Attention deficit disorders; 02: Uncovering hidden persuaders: Why all market research is wrong; 03: Advertising works in mysterious ways: Modern theories of communication; 04: Is all advertising spam? Communication planning in an on-demand world; 05: The spaces between: The vanishing difference between content, media and advertising; THREE: Attention arts and sciences; 06: Do things, tell people: How to behave in a world of infinite content; 07: Recombinant culture: Talent imitates, genius steals; 08: Combination tools: How to have ideas: a genius steals process; 09: Advertising for advertising: Is the industry paying attention?; 10: Integrative strategy and social brands: Be nice or leave!; 11: Prospection: Planning for the future we want