TALES OF A BUDDING (M)AD MAN III. by James Jackson, Intern I’m used to being good at stuff. Damn near everything. There was never any need for me to put in any real effort. A minimal effort was always good enough. I knew very little about reaching down deep and pulling stuff out. My natural aptitude had been enough to land...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE:  2.24.12 USGA HIRES WILSONMcGUIRE CREATIVE WINSTON-SALEM, NC - WilsonMcGuire Creative has been retained by the United States Golf Association to develop and establish a video and collateral piece promoting the 2014 U.S. Open and U.S. Women’s Open Championships to be held at Pinehurst Resort. WilsonMcGuire has worked with the USGA for a number of years, most recently on print, online...

As we ease into 2012, it’s only natural to review what we learned in 2011. What’s the best thing your company did in 2011? Was it for your business? Was it for your client’s? What client did you work the hardest for? What client paid you the most? And, most importantly, do those two answers match? The best thing WilsonMcGuire Creative...

Is it just me or are there entirely too many social media vehicles out there right now? Seems every time I get a business page constructed, there’s another one behind it. (Introducing: Twitter business pages. Why?) It all starts innocently enough. You build a website. You have to -- it’s your digital front door. However, to get folks to return to...

Design doesn’t matter. At least that's what I heard at Internet Summit 11 in Raleigh this week. Online, content is all that matters. Just look at Facebook, the most visited site on the web and, quite possibly, the ugliest. While I agree that content is certainly what draws people to a site, I happen to believe good design can keep them...