Posted October 15, 2018 10:31:30An advert on a legal service advertisement website will be going live on Wednesday.
The adverts was posted on the Legal Services Australia website earlier this month, along with a series of other advertisements which were not part of the original advertisement.
AdvertisersLegal Services Australia said the ads would appear in a number of legal services areas, including on the website, on the main advertising platforms and in the legal service section of the site.
The website advertises on a range of topics including the admissibility of adverts and the right to be heard.
The company said it was a partnership between the Advertising Standards Authority and the Legal and Human Services Commission.
“The advert will be made available to advertisers, solicitors and other interested parties, including the media and other news organisations, and is also intended to be an open invitation to interested people to contact the advertiser,” the website said.
“We believe the information in the adverts is important for all Australians to make informed decisions about their advertising and for the media to report on these issues.”
If you have any questions about this matter, please do not hesitate to contact us.
“The advertisement has already attracted more than 2,000 views on Facebook.
It was created by advertising industry consultant Alan Dutton, who runs advertising agency Dutton Marketing, which has also created the ad campaigns for a number other organisations.”
We are trying to give a little bit of advice to those who are considering whether or not to do a new advertising campaign.””
We have created an ad with a message that is quite simple.
We are trying to give a little bit of advice to those who are considering whether or not to do a new advertising campaign.”
AdvertiserLegal Services said it did not want to put its clients at risk by posting the ad, but added it was open to feedback.
“What we’re really doing is offering people advice on what they should do about advertising and legal services,” Mr Fettrell said.