Why would you spend so much for advertising and not make it easy for people to find you?
Over the weekend Bret Fausett posted a picture of a full page ad in the New York Times that didn’t have a domain name. It just had an @yahoo.com email address:
— Bret Fausett (@bretfausett) February 19, 2017
While this might seem odd, at least it’s an unusual circumstance. The ad in question isn’t from a company with a marketing department.
But I was surprised to see ads in this week’s Economist that also lacked domain names. In fact, they have no contact info at all, not even a phone number.
The first example is Slack: Click here to continue reading this story…