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Ad Lib Group Writing Project Wrap Up

By Char

A few weeks ago Randa Clay and I decided to collaborate on a group writing project. We decided to make the theme advertising slogans, and we even threw down a prize each! The posts have been collected and we have each selected a winner.

The following are the posts that were submitted to the project:

Vivien at Inspiration Bit posts about Connecting People

Jacob at Just Creative Design wants to know what is the best social media marketing website

Lucy at Corporate Eye submitted Probably the Best IR Site in the World

Wash the Bowl included audio in the Good Till the Last Drop entry

Damien Riley analyzed the Taco Bell campaigns in Aye Chihuahua

Becca knows What it is to be Alive and not Just to Survive

John at Business Opportunities and Ideas knows that sometimes you have to Just Do It!

Katherine says she is new at this but submitted her entry anyhow (yeah) called Enjolie – The ad that inspired a young woman

The Fit Shack takes a healthier approach to a popular slogan in Tastes Great More Filling

And how about a fun poem inspired by Where’s the Beef from The Fork of Ambiguity

And my winner is…. John and his Just Do It post!! Congrats John. Now if you want to find out who the other winner is, you have to stop in at Randa’s.

Thanks to all the participants! It was fun and the entries were all very creative.

Categories : Contests



Thanks, I really enjoyed taking part and never expected to win!

Regards, John


John – congrats and I am so glad you did join us. I’ll be in touch shortly about your prize.


Hi Char, thanks for hosting this group writing project, and congratulations to John! :)


Congratulations to the winner. It was a well written article.

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