Dave Trott is the author of Creative Mischief and Predatory Thinking and founded four award-winning ad agencies. Born in east London, he went to art school in New York on a Rockefeller Scholarship. From there he began an illustrious career in advertising, as part of the creative team behind 'Hello Tosh Gotta Toshiba', 'Aristonandonandon', the Cadbury Flake ads and many, many more. Dave's agency - Gold Greenlees Trott - was voted Agency of the Year by Campaign magazine, and Most Creative Agency in the World by Ad Age in New York. In 2004 he was given the D&AD President's Award for lifetime achievement in advertising.
RT @dedenb: "How people go viral?". Well done, @Davetrott. That's it. https://t.co/c5foBvuFEB
by @davetrott - 7 hours ago
RT @PolemicTMM: Post turtles and even the virus in viral. Painting analogies for the gallery of understanding. https://t.co/0jaDyELQzC
RT @AishaKellaway: This guy - hitting the nail on the head yet again https://t.co/FOxMFQKqHy cc @davetrott #viral #marketing
RT @RossTeddyCraig: If anyone tries to tell you tech is the key to social media, get them to read this. Dave Trott nails it again. #Social…
by @davetrott - 8 hours ago
RT @Urban_Gyllstrom: How people go viral | Dave Trott’s Blog @davetrott https://t.co/ckVkt9XnEa
by @davetrott - 9 hours ago
HOW PEOPLE GO VIRAL - 19 hours ago
I recently saw Donald Trump described as being like a post-turtle. What’s a post-turtle? Apparently a post-turtle is a common occurrence in the mid west of America, farming country. You’re driving along dead straight roads for miles and … Continue reading →
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