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The MMG Digital Wolf Pack Grows by 3

03.08.2016 / 0 Comments / Blogs / Posted by manzella

We’re growing, especially in our digital department. Meet the fresh faces of MMG. Eric Tuberdyke, Senior Interactive Designer and Developer Eric (never short on black coffee) designs and develops all things digital. Tell us something we’d be surprised to know about you. For years, I toured all over the US/Europe/UK/Japan/etc. with my band, The Pavers. […]

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SEO, SEM and PPC: What’s the difference?

03.03.2016 / 0 Comments / Blogs / Posted by manzella

There’s Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Search Engine Marketing (SEM), then throw in Pay Per Click (PPC) and you might be left scratching your head. Are they the same thing? If they’re not the same, are they similar? We’ve been hearing these terms used interchangeably a lot lately and wanted to offer some help on understanding […]

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Big Game. Big Investment. Super Bowl Ads Hit $5 million

02.05.2016 / 0 Comments / Blogs / Posted by manzella

Advertisers are shelling out a cool $5 million for 30 seconds in this year’s Super Bowl. That’s $166,666.66 per second, which is 4 times as much as an entire 30-second spot cost in Super Bowl 1 ($42,000). The hefty price tag is a result of advertisers’ willingness to shell out big bucks to get in […]

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MMG’s favorite holiday bites

12.16.2015 / 0 Comments / Seasonal / Posted by manzella

‘Tis the season for treats! From Grandma’s family-famous cookies to a seasonal shooter, some MMGers shared their favorite holiday recipes. Scroll through for some yummy ideas. Be sure to share some of your favorite holiday bites and traditions with us in the comments. May your hearts (and bellies) be full this holiday season!

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AdWords 101: Features you should know

11.23.2015 / 0 Comments / Blogs / Posted by manzella

If you’re new to AdWords, it’s easy to miss some key features that help you stay ahead of your competition. In this two-part blog, we’re going beyond the keywords to summarize features that help advertisers get the most out of AdWords. Negative keywords. In order for ads to appear, campaign managers bid on search terms […]

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