Marketing Tag

15 Jan Meet Nicholas, MCG’s Newest Marketing Intern

Last week, MCG welcomed yet another talented marketing intern: Nicholas Heim. Thanks to him, we're starting 2019 stronger than ever. Here's the 411 on the newest member of our team. Nicholas Heim, Marketing Intern A Nashville, Tennessee transplant, Nicholas is currently a student at the University...

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27 Sep Meet MCG’s Fall Interns: Annie, Emily, Nicole

As we race toward the new year, we are excited to introduce our new fall interns: Annie, Emily, and Nicole. We couldn’t be more pleased to have them on board, and we can’t wait to collaborate with them on a variety of client initiatives. Curious to learn more about MCG's freshest faces? Read on.
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23 Jul 5 Signs It’s Time for a Rebrand

A logo and a brand are not necessarily the same thing. A logo is a distinguishing mark of your company, while a brand is the idea behind a company. This can include a mission statement, how people feel towards your brand, and how you represent your company visually. Whether your business is five months old or five years old, there are certain indicators that can tell you when it is time to rebrand.
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Your website is your most powerful marketing tool. You can be the best in your industry, but if your audience can’t access or understand your website then you’re doing it wrong.

20 Jul The Do’s and Don’ts of Website Design and Development

A beautiful, effective website is your most powerful marketing tool. You can be a leader in your industry, but if your website is difficult to navigate or understand,  it probably won't help you attract and convert prospective customers. To help you improve your website, we’ve outlined some tips for effective website design, as well as how to hire a web designer to get the most bang for your buck.

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You've probably heard a lot about this landmark data privacy law over the last several weeks. But what is the GDPR and what does it mean for business owners?

31 May GDPR Compliance: What Businesses Need to Know

Over the last few weeks, you have probably noticed a flood of emails from your favorite retailers prompting you to read their new “privacy policy.” If you’re anything like us, these are the kind of pesky messages we normally send straight to Trash without opening. But these policy updates are more than just corporate spam or an opportunity for Internet dwellers to crank out some dank memes. They’re actually a sign that companies are embracing the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, a new data privacy and protection law that went into effect last week.
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