Tag Archives: Cincinnati marketing agency

29 Jul

No Fail Tips for Presenting Ad Concepts

By Libby Esterle, Senior Account Executive As a marketing and communications professional, most of my time is spent on work that ranges from drafting copy to proofing and editing team member’s work (always important to have a second set of eyes on things) and developing strategic marketing plans. And while I love working with words, […]

15 Oct

Four Eyes ARE Better Than Two – Part II

By Libby Esterle, Senior Account Executive About a year ago, I wrote a blog emphasizing the importance of carefully proofreading everything we draft and used a humorous personal Facebook post as an example. But, some things never change, and the need to carefully proof EVERYTHING we do at our Cincinnati marketing and communications firm, is […]

29 Jan

10 Reasons Why Restaurants Should be on Pinterest

Jimmy Caccamo, Account Associate Today’s smart phone and tablet technology is growing quickly. We are in an age where personal consumer time is directed toward tablet and mobile-friendly devices and websites easily accesible on those devices. Pinterest  raised $225 million more from investors in 2013. Pinterest will invest some of this capital into their core, […]

29 Aug
27 Aug

I’m a Little Lost

By Libby Esterle Senior Account Executive I hate being lost. I hate when things go missing. I hated how the creators of “Lost” punished us viewers with the series finale. Unfortunately for me, this is actually the second time I’ve written this blog (sort of) as my first version went missing.  Given that, I’m going […]

22 Aug

Why You Should Listen to Music at Work

By Kaity Dunn Account Associate One of the things I enjoy about working at Rasor Marketing Communications is the collaboration and camaraderie I share with everyone who works here. A perk of working at this Cincinnati public relations agency is the “open floor” plan of our desks that enables me to quickly ask a question […]

21 Aug

Things I Can’t Live Without…and You Need Them Too! Part Two

By Becky Fickenworth, APR Counselor and Project Manager I’m not what you’d consider an early adopter. You won’t find me camping out in line for the latest iPhone, saving my money to buy the latest fashion trend and I don’t think twice about buying used books or used cars. Not because I’m “afraid” of the […]

13 Aug
8 Aug

The Difference Between Public Relations and Marketing

Kaity Dunn Account Associate Often when I’m spreading the word at networking events about RMC capabilities as a Cincinnati public relations agency, I receive confused looks when I explain that I work in public relations. One person I met recently responded with, “Public relations? Isn’t that just emailing?” Unfortunately he asked me this just as […]

25 Jul