Tag Archives: Communications

24 Aug
20 Jul

The All-Too-Often Talked About Company Culture: An Unofficial Thank You Letter To My Team

By Victoria Knepp, Consultant   Recently I was doing research for a client about company culture. Here’s what I found. This time last year, Gallup reported: 48% of U.S. employees were actively job searching. 74% of employees said they experienced burnout on the job at least “sometimes.” This year, Gallup reports: Fewer than 1 in […]

18 May

Telling a Patient Story? Tips for a Great Interview

By Erika Turan, APR, Senior Account Executive   We help many healthcare clients tell compelling, engaging, and important patient stories. In my decades of doing this work, I’ve never grown tired of it. I started at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in the mid-1990s, interviewing physicians about vitamin E research and anesthesiology protocols and […]

4 May

Extra! Extra! Read All About It! How to Draft Attention-Getting Headlines

By Libby Esterle, Senior Account Executive   Back in the day, newsboys relied on the simple and effective phrase “Extra! Extra! Read all about it!” to sell papers, in particular, “extra” editions that ran apart from the usual publishing schedule. Running in the streets wearing cute newsboy caps probably helped as well. However, given that […]

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What Are Marketers Measuring Right Now?

By Stephanie Rasor, Marketing and Analytics Consultant We’re a curious group at Rasor and are always trying to learn more about clients’ needs. In July, we partnered with NuVoodoo to see how marketing efforts had changed in the initial months of COVID entering the United States. If you missed the whitepaper you can find it […]

4 Jun

My New Dutch Oven Came with Jokes: Don’t Be Afraid to Inject Some Humor Into Your Marketing

By Libby Esterle, Senior Account Executive As our country began social distancing and sheltering-in-place due to the COVID-19 crisis, I decided to “treat” myself to a new Dutch oven, figuring I would be ramping up my cooking efforts over the next several weeks/months. While I already own a larger version, I wanted something a bit […]

20 May

Marketing in the Time of Coronavirus

By Libby Hagedon, Account Executive Look for the helpers. – Fred Rogers Wake up. Check news. Go downstairs. Feed the kids. Take the long commute from the kitchen to the home office, open up the laptop, and start on today’s work. Sound familiar? It’s like the movie Groundhog Day in my house these days as […]