copywriting

from my fictional portfolio:

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So far :

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september 2010:

Two of my works were displayed at the 11th ARC Exhibition (2-22 september 2010) near to the Heroes’ Square in Budapest.

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january 2010:

I got in contact with the marketing department of HVG Online Group in connection with their 2009 autumn slogan contest. I participated in the brainstorming of the planned motto.

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january 2010:

Check out this COLLECTION of my best comments made on last year’s Addict‘s Advertisement Riddle.

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september 2009:

I was entrusted by the Raygun Agency with presenting the shops found in the shopping malls. My final writings can be seen on the site of Park Center.

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In the first half of March in 2009, the home blog of my favourite web browser magyaropera.blog.hu wanted a motto. Many of my ideas were involved in the voting. Finally, my slogan

“Netre hangolva” (“Tuned for the Net”)

won the competition, and as a result it became the official headline of the blog. Thanks for the supporting votes and comments!

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At the same time as the BKV (Budapest Transport Limited) slogan competition, addict.blog.hu was also looking for a BKV phrase at the end of February in 2009. The final order of rank was based on a voting, at the end of which my thought

“BKV. Nyomokban mogyorót tartalmazhat.” (“BKV. May contain nuts.”)

finished in the first place. Thanks to my parents, my producer (…), and for the supporting votes and comments! :-)

My slogan was also mentioned in the most popular Hungarian TV-show called “Esti Showder” (“Night Talk Show”) by the host Sándor Fábry on 16th April in 2009.

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Maybe, you remember the 9th ARC exhibition organised at the end of summer in 2008 that was built around the theme: “Where is felicity these days?” My work “Google it” was accepted and exhibited near to the Heroes’ Square in Budapest. Others were also inspired by the popular search engine, and these works based on the same idea were shown in a shared poster.

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