Welcome to the spot where we share, and occasionally overshare, what’s on our minds. Hopefully, you’ll find it useful, or entertaining, or a good way to kill about 10 to 15 minutes. It’s called the Fish Bowl because it’s open for all to see and anything could be in here. Seriously, anything. You’ve been warned. Enjoy!
Before You Embark Know Your Purpose Ask yourself: What am I most passionate about? Your readers will find the most value in a blog that shows off your knowledge and experience in a certain field. Identify Your Audience Knowing whom you’re writing for is an important aspect of running a successful blog. Make sure to use terms and discuss subjects that your audience will not only understand, but also learn […]Read More »
Mobile photo editing apps aren’t just for personal use anymore. Marketing and social media managers use these tools daily. Whether it’s giving a client’s Instagram page an extra pop or creating a standout Tumblr presence, the possibilities are endless. The best part? The applications are perfect for media moguls on the go. So, next time you’re on a commercial shoot or working a client event, you can upload quality photos […]Read More »
We are excited to announce four title changes at FMG. All four ladies have shown their hard work and dedication throughout the last year, each earning a well-deserved promotion. Congratulations Ember, Amy, Jenn R. And Julie! We are honored to work with each of you everyday. Ember Patterson: Associate Account Executive to Account Executive/Business Development Amy Brown: Account Coordinator to Office Admin/Media Coordinator Jenn Reaves: Associate Account Executive to Account Executive […]Read More »
This month we’re celebrating a major Frankel Media Group milestone – Channing’s 10-year anniversary! In December 2005, Channing started her journey with FMG in account services and is now leading our team as Vice President. Channing has truly played an integral role in the growth of Frankel Media Group. All thanks to her fresh perspective, attention to detail and team leadership. And of course her ability to keep FMG running […]Read More »