To all the anal proofreaders who keep asking us to hire you to proof this site and its newsletter. Stop. We are not hiring. In fact, we think the typos and grammatical oddities occasionally found here are part of the site's charm. Besides, what are you here for, the content or to compulsively over analyze (funny how the word anal is in the middle of that word) every letter of every word in every article? It's not like this is an annual report.
If you read Adrants via RSS, we've changed the URL of the feed. The new URL for our feed is http://feeds.feedburner.com/adrants. The old one, http://www.adrants.com/rss.xml, still works and forwards to the new one but it would be best to change the URL in your newsreader to the new one, http://feeds.feedburner.com/adrants, just so there's no risk of missing anything in the future.
No doubt you've noticed the quality of Adrants has suffered a bit lately and that's due to our extended travel activities which included coverage of the AD:TECH show in San Francisco for the AD:TECHblog. The show ends Wednesday and we'll be making the cross country trip back home today. We hope to be back to business as usual Thursday. Thanks for hanging in.
As you have, no doubt, noticed, Adrants looks different today. Different in a much better way. We owe, with gratitude, this difference to Komra Moriko of design-4-results. A few things to note about functionality:
- Clicking the date at the bottom of the post takes you to a page with stories from that day.
- Clicking the magnifying glass take you to the individual story page (Permanent Link).
- Clicking the envelope also takes you to the individual story page where you can email the story to a friend.
- Clicking the thought bubble allows you to comment on the story.
- Clicking any story's headline takes you to that item's individual story page (Permanent Link).
We hope you like it and there's bound to be a few bugs so feel free to contact us with any questions, comments or suggestions.
At the end of this week, we will launch our long-overdue site redesign and shift our publishing platform from Blogger (yes, believe it or not, we still use Blogger) to MovableType. Keep your fingers crossed but we are in the good hands of design-4-results Komra Moriko, a great designer and kick-ass MovableType guru.
The content of the site will remain the same but, in the coming weeks, we will be adding feature articles from those working in advertising which, ideally, will lend additional and deeper commentary to Adrants. Comments and suggestions are always welcomed.
As of today, I'm no longer working as Media Director at RDW Group. I won't go into the reasons why I'm not because it will just sound petty. It's actually a good thing. So, I am looking for a job. My background is on the advertising agency side in the media and account service areas. Also, over the last two years, I have been an avid blogger/journalist having launched Adrants as well as co-founding MarketingWonk and contributing to BizNetTravel.
I'd appreciate any help any of you might be able to give in terms of possible leads. I'm interested in both agency and client side work as well as blogging/journalism opportunities. I'm Boston-based but will consider any location. And yes, I will keep things going here at Adrants although I may need a day or two to get back in the mood. Thanks, in advance, for any help you can give.
My resume is here.