It was an honour to be the copywriter on Napkin Marketing’s campaign for their client Gabila’s. You should definitely try Gabila’s Knishes. They’re kind of latke-ish, and Hannukah starts Sunday night, so it’s a kosher time to do it! (The award was in the summer, but I’m just getting around to posting about it now, on November 30th. Sorry, but I’ve got a long To Do list and so many emails in my inbox. I’ll need knishes for sustenance to get me through it.) If you want to use Napkin for your marketing and website needs, I’ll connect you with them and get you a discount. And if you want to use me as a copywriter, I’ll connect you with myself. And heck, I’ll get myself to give you a discount too.
You can read about the campaign at Napkin’s Linkedin post:
And on their blog here. And on their page where they show the work here. But since my mentor says I should keep readers on my own website, below is the short version that napkin wrote:
Gabila’s Knishes’ Social Media Campaign Wins Platinum at 2018 Hermes Creative Awards
This Fall eNewsletter “speech bubble” headline for Robin Hood Flour is from a few weeks ago. But it’s never too late to read the word “Yay”. That word makes me smile.
“Feast” your eyes on these tasty headlines I wrote for the IKEA and Robin Hood for the Canadian Thanksgiving eNewsletters:
Get a “load” of this headline I wrote for the IKEA e-newsletter. I even wrote that little “Steal of a deal” bit for the top right corner too! Clearly I have loads of talent.
While Googling myself, I came across this bizarre video:
It seems someone named SuperUmizoomiFan2013 on YouTube found an IKEA ad I wrote and put it to clips from an animated kids show. I have no idea what any of this means. Maybe you can explain it me? Here’s my original commercial:
And here’s how he (I assume it’s a guy) put it in the description:
Published on 14 Aug 2014
This is another commercial for Go, Diego, Go with Ikea’s 50% Off Summer Sale which talks about the beach, and ghosts, as found at https://soundcloud.com/joshrachlis/ik… – so I decided I should do a video like this! No copyright infringement intended! All credit goes to Josh Rachlis on Soundcloud, plus Viacom, Nick Jr. and Nickelodeon, iTunes + Bandicam!
It’s a scientific fact that the spring IKEA flyer brings the warm weather. I wrote this flyer. So you’re welcome for today’s sunshine.