Advertisement Critique

“Advertising is the art of convincing people to spend money they don’t have for something they don’t need.” -Will Rogers This is it! We’ve come to the end of the critiques! For the final critique, I am critiquing a Burger King advertisement for their BK Super Seven Incher sandwich. By now, you’ve probably clicked on … Continue reading

Feature Story Critique

“Be amusing: never tell unkind stories; above all, never tell long ones.” -Benjamin Disraeli Sup bloggees, My critique of the week is feature story “The Hood” from Maybe I’m just not creative enough, but I did not like this story one bit. In my opinion, it was poorly written. Let’s start with the headline. … Continue reading

Media Kit Critique

“A good newspaper is a nation talking to itself.” -Arthur Miller Hello lovely ladies and gents, It’s that time again! This week I’m covering media kits. Specifically, The New York Times media kit! Obviously, this is one of the most established newspapers out there. Therefore, their media kit is pretty good. They have a few … Continue reading

News Release Critique

“Between what matters and what seems to matter, how should the world we know judge wisely?” -E.C. Bentley Hello again, This week, I have decided to critique “Dentist in Manchester Serves Community for Over 50 Years.” Not bad, Richard Berube. You got your title down to eight words. But! Did you remember to say “more … Continue reading

Blog Critique

“The truth will set you free, but first it will piss you off.” -Gloria Steinem is my absolute favorite blog of all time. That’s why this week I’ve decided to critique it. The blog is from a supposedly coke addicted LA girl who gives advice to bloggers who write in asking questions on various … Continue reading

Website Critique

“If you would persuade, you must appeal to interest rather than intellect.” -Benjamin Franklin This week, I’ve decided to critique the website This website’s targeted audience is primarily teenage girls. If I had to choose, I’d say their main style of appeal is logic, although it’s hard to tell by the first page if … Continue reading