I just wanted to ask, would you accept to work as a copywriter on a political or election campaign? Would you treat this situation as a regular one, as if you're working with a regular client, or this would be something special for you? Some kind of a special treatment, I guess.
Again, I have no intention to violate the rules, but I think that the MAGA slogan is a perfect one from the copywriting point of view. It has everything a successful slogan should have. It's simple, short, easy to remember, it summarizes the candidate's campaign main goal, and it can even be used as an acronym. What more could you wish from a four-letter slogan? Right?
I have promised myself to Google this copywriter or agency behind this slogan. Also, I can only imagine the excitement a guy who's supposed to write an inauguration speech must feel.
So, what do you say guys? A copywriting job for a political campaign: Yes or No?