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Making Instagram Work for Your Brand, No Matter What You Sell

by Ellen Huber • October 23, 2018

Everyone who is active on social media can appreciate Instagram’s ability to serve as an effective marketing platform for brands. Brands selling highly ‘grammable products like AirBnB (think: picturesque getaways) or Adobe (stunning graphic design) have content that lends itself perfectly to the platform. But what if your brand doesn’t fit neatly into the cookie-cutter […]


TMG: Your One-Stop Shop for Marketing and Public Relations

by Boyd Bailey • September 7, 2018

A passion for the airline industry led me to TMG, where we serve many aviation clients, among others in a diverse set of industries, and where I oversee our international marketing and public relations practice. I enjoy working at TMG and the fun challenge of working with international clients every day that need Team TMG […]


We’re Gonna Need a Bigger Folder: Tips for being Design Ready for Any Occasion.

by Rebecca McTear • July 24, 2018

Right before the final showdown in the movie Jaws, the heroes finally run into the shark that has been terrorizing their small beach community. With one glance at the beast, Chief Martin Brody exclaims, “You’re going to need a bigger boat.” The protagonists’ last encounter with Jaws results in one destroyed boat, one death, and […]


TMG Summer Reads- Girl Holding Book

TMG Summer Reads

by Jody Greene • July 19, 2018

Everyone has that favorite summer book that they love to sit back and relax with at the beach. But, this summer – ditch it. While you could definitely re-read Harry Potter for the 14th time, do yourself a favor – check out some books that are enjoyable AND will help develop your professional skill set. […]


I.T.

Putting the “I.T.” in IT Girl: Technology Infrastructure? Critical for Small Biz Success

by Sarah Heine • July 1, 2018

When The Moak Group (TMG) first opened its doors and we started to build our business, topics such as IT infrastructure really weren’t at the front of our minds. There was too much to do- ensuring our clients’ needs were being met, selecting and moving into office space, hiring additional staff, etc.- these were the […]