Category Archives: Social Media

27 Nov

Influencer Marketing 102: Measuring the Success of your Brand Partnership

By Brittnay Bell Social media has modernized what was previously known as word-of-mouth advertising. The digital age of sharing, liking, tweeting and tagging one person now has the ability to reach hundreds, thousands and even millions of people instantaneously, with just one post. We’ve previously written about how brands can utilize influencer marketing to reach […]

24 Nov

Influencer Marketing 101

Reach your target audience with genuinely crafted content for meaningful relationships. By Brittnay Bell Social media influencers are personas who have built engaged communities on social platforms around their personal brand. Through carefully crafted content, authentic interactions, and witty and engaging personalities, social influencers connect with their followers and build micro communities of users who […]

14 Aug

From Baby Boomers to Gen Z: How to Get Everyone’s Input on Your Public Involvement Project

By: Matt Fickenworth, Intern   When the government takes on an infrastructure improvement project, they’re required to get the public involved. They need to get public input and opinions before they can move forward. The challenge is reaching a diverse group of people across all ages, which can be tough when each generation receives their […]

29 May

Are Your Photos the Right Size for Instagram?

By Ian Marker, Account Associate   Over 95 million photos and videos are shared on Instagram each day and with accounts depicting epic travel scenery or mouthwatering food setups, we can tell that not many posts are taken inside the native Instagram app anymore. More often than not, we’re transferring our best photos, shot on […]

18 Apr
27 Feb

Wendy’s Twitter Account: A Case Study

Wendy’s: widely known for its fast food, but also known for their quick-witted Twitter page. If you haven’t followed the page, what are you doing with your Twitter account? The restaurant chain consistently serves sass on this platform, posting multiple times a day and frequently responding to mentions. People don’t just follow this account for […]

26 Nov

Should Your Brand Be on Snapchat?

By Ian Marker, Account Associate   We’ve all heard of Snapchat, and with 300 million monthly users, many of us have an account. According to Omnicoreagency.com,the company is no newbie to the social media game, marking its seventh anniversary in 2018. Working with clients at Rasor Marketing Communicationsin Cincinnati, we’re often asked if Snapchat is […]

24 Aug
21 Jun

Three Tips for Taking Photos of Your Public Works Project

By Laura Whitman, APR, Community Relations Consultant   Many things go into creating interesting and visually-compelling communications materials. From targeted email and social media updates to newsletters, posters and handouts, strong visuals– especially photos—are an important tool for grabbing the public’s attention and clearly communicating your messages.   To ensure that your project photos are […]

7 Feb

This Is Us Just Put Crock-Pot on the Defensive. Here’s How to Keep Your Own Brand from Being Blindsided.

By Erika Turan   Fans of NBC’s juggernaut This Is Us have catapulted the show’s ratings since it launched in 2016. In fact, upward of 10 million people tune in each week to watch the generational drama that follows the Pearson family through triumph and heartbreak. Chief among the show’s touchpoints is its time-travel storytelling. […]