Is the Tagline Dead?

Technology and Gen Z are making slogans less relevant. Can they find a new purpose?

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There’s a wonderful art form that probably started on Madison Avenue, maybe around the 1950s. Certainly in America. There would be cubicles in which bespectacled men chain-smoked Marlboros while coining phrases and patting themselves on the back.