The Founder Of A Famous Ad Agency Wrote A Fantastic Memo On How To Be A Good Writer
In 1982, the late founder of the Ogilvy & Mather advertising agency David Ogilvy issued a memo of 10 incredible writing tips to his staff.
Known as "the father of advertising," Ogilvy made sure his employees knew they'd only climb the ladder at his agency if their writing was sharp, clear, and precise. As Ogilvy said, "people who think well, write well."
Here are 10 writing tips we can all learn from, as posted on Ogilvy & Mather's Twitter account earlier this month.
Basically anyone in business anywhere can learn from this.
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