Author: Nicole Maestri

06 Aug Introducing the Instagram Creator Profile

It's no secret that Instagram has been shifting its focus from the average individual to its most powerful user: influencers. Influencers are defined as users that have more than 15,000 followers that they actively engage with. According to a recent report, there are more than 500,000 active influencers on Instagram alone, accounting for 39% of all Instagram accounts.
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30 Jul MCG Hosts Knox County Schools CTE Externship with Carter High School Teachers

This past week, Morris Creative Group had the amazing opportunity to provide two dedicated Knox County Schools teachers with first-hand insight into the marketing industry to help further support their students. On Monday, July 22 and Tuesday, July 23, marketing teacher Valerie Wilson and guidance counselor Jessie Bell from Carter High School spent a full day with our staff learning all things marketing from website design and development to social media marketing tools. 
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03 Jun May Favorites: Carly Rae Jepsen, Blühen Botanicals, and Dead To Me

Another sweaty Tennessee summer has arrived in Knoxville, but luckily, our staff has found a few things to help you beat the heat. From the '80s-inspired pop album our content strategist has on heavy rotation to the dark, female-led Netflix comedy our lead designer can't stop recommending, these vacation-ready picks will keep you cool no matter how high the temperature climbs.

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11 Feb The 4 Best Ads of Super Bowl LIII

Super Bowl Sunday – the only day of the year where ads are are celebrated, rather than tolerated. While the lowest-scoring Super Bowl game in the history dragged on, there was an even bigger battle going on during the breaks this year. According to Bloomberg, this year's 30-second spots cost between $5.1 and 5.3 million dollars. Ad agencies and companies spend months carefully crafting their Super Bowl spots in hopes of going viral. And in the minutes, hours, and days following the game, thousands of people troll social media and YouTube to watch the best and worst ads of the game. This year, there were plenty of companies whose ads we admired, including Amazon, Doritos, Google, Stella Artois, and Olay. Here are a few of our favorites:
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