WSJ: Adrants A Best For Coverage of Madison Avenue Ups And Downs
In a November 16, 2005 Wall Street Journal article, "What the In-Crowd Knows: From Hollywood to Wall Street, Our Guide to the Blogs Insiders Read to Stay Current." Adrants was named, "One of the best ways to keep up on Madison Avenue's ups and downs. Published by Steve Hall, a former ad-agency employee, Adrants covers topics ranging from urinal advertising to the news of the day, all with a bemused tone. The site also provides links to breaking-news stories featured by other Web publications. John Osborn, president and chief executive of the New York office of Omnicom Group's BBDO Worldwide, is a fan." We humbly thank Brian Steinberg from the world's foremost business publication and Mr. Osborn for their kind acknowledgments.
Mentions in the WSJ and the NYT in the span of a couple weeks.
How can we possibly keep up with that type of ad blog dominance?
What, THE WOW FACTOR! didn't make the list? Quelle scandal!
Still, congratulations are definitely in order, Steve. Way to go, big guy.
Reach over your head and give yourself a well deserved pat on the back Steve! Your site I have to say is the best out there!
See? Everyone likes boobies :)
And I am sure there was no utilization of kneepads at any time that you may or may not have met with representatives of the WSJ.
Congrats, friend! Happy to see that AdRants is getting its due.
Congrats. I was ready the article thinking "boring..boring...boring.. ADRANTS!!?!!?". Pretty cool.
Remember us little people, Steve. We'll always say we knew you when...