By Emily Rogers, Digital Account Executive We all know the marketing buzzwords and phrases such as “target market,” “demographic” and “know your audience.” But when it comes to a marketing strategy, it’s easy to assume that you had your audience figured out a long time ago. In fact, businesses usually begin with a specific […]
Victoria Knepp, Consultant Recently, the Rasor team got an email from Lynn Corbitt about another – yes another – Facebook algorithm update. Three things: One, Lynn is awesome. She keeps us all up to date on the latest industry and client news. In case you’re wondering, she’s also kind, funny, and super cool. (Go […]
By Lauren Reed, Intern Facebook is a great place to spread awareness. According to Pew Research Center, 69% of Americans have a Facebook account and 49% of those users log on multiple times a day. Ads on Facebook are easy to make via Facebook’s ad program and can be cheaper than more traditional media […]
By Libby Esterle, Senior Account Executive Back in the day when I started in this industry, paid marketing (advertising) and non-paid marketing (PR, editorial/media relations/etc.) were separate animals and, as a result, advertising wasn’t typically something a traditional PR agency was involved with. In fact, when I moved to Cincinnati in 1999, I worked […]
By Lauren Reed, Intern Since the development and growth of TikTok, short-form videos have become the next big thing. These videos catch users’ attention and have no problem keeping it due to their snack-sized length. One of the first apps to feature short-form videos was Vine, released in 2013. The internet loved Vine’s simple […]
By Lynn Corbitt, Account Executive Instagram can be an important tool to have in your marketing strategy, especially if your audience is between the ages of 18 and 44 and lives in a suburban or urban area. There are plenty more demographic insights to explore, if you’re into that sort of thing. If you […]
By Lynn Corbitt, Account Executive Whether you’re an Instagram expert or just getting started, it’s no secret that the app can be a great place for businesses to connect with their audience and thrive. When you use Instagram for marketing, though, it’s a little different than using it for fun on your personal account. […]
By Victoria Knepp, Consultant
Tell me you’re in marketing, without telling me you’re in marketing…
Me on the phone with my mom: Well, if you’re scrolling and you stop your scroll to look at something for even a few seconds, that tells the Instagram algorithm you’re interested in that. So, you’ll get more content like that in the future.
My mom: …
By Matt Fickenworth, Account Associate
Haley and Hanna Cavinder are twin basketball stars at Fresno State University. And their agent says they’re on the cusp of securing $1 million in endorsements by July. With the passing of the NIL policy, a new crop of influencers is on the horizon for marketers.
By Victoria Knepp, Account Executive
The title pun sounded better in my head – I (like you) am still recovering from the hustle and bustle and much-needed break(ish) of the holidays.
Just like the diet we’ll start (and quit), the bad habit we’ll try to kick, and the unrealistic, albeit exciting list of goals we’ll set for ourselves this month, you can also dive into refreshing your social strategy.