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 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.
By Matt Fickenworth, Intern
Two weeks ago, we published Part One of this blog: a deep look into what went into the rebrand of our Twitter account – why we did it, how we did it, and our goals for the long run. In Part Two, we look at the results and analytics of the rebrand more than a year later. Let’s dive in.
By Matt Fickenworth, Intern
Just a young, bright, intelligent, ambitious, driven, passionate, charismatic intern. You might’ve heard the phrase – it’s a part of the bio of our revamped Twitter account ran by “the intern,” who also happens to be the person writing this blog. Today, we’ll be taking an in-depth look at what went into the rebrand of our Twitter account, and how it looks today.
By Libby Esterle, Senior Account Executive
Recently, we put together a series of social media best practices and recommendations for a client and I thought, why not also share some of our insights on our very own social media platforms? So, as our world continues to open back up and people are starting to attend events again (I, for one, am looking forward to resuming our weekly wine tastings at Country Fresh Farm Market) , here are some tips and tricks for leveraging social media at events:
By Stephanie Rasor, Marketing and Analytics Consultant The number of social media platforms has grown rapidly while the staff supporting the effort often remains the same. The social media snowball was gaining momentum before the pandemic. Today there’s an increased need for digital communication coupled with reduced staff. It may not be healthy, or even […]
By Elyn Buscani, Business Development Everyone can probably recall a famous marketing blunder. I still remember the story I heard decades ago of why the Chevy Nova was not selling in Mexico (“Nova” literally means “No go” in Spanish. Definitely not a feature you want in your new car). With social media, thousands of people […]
Nowadays, social media has become a platform for many things: grudgingly long (and far too personal) Facebook statuses, the ability to keep up with people’s lives you never talk to…but it also serves as a news resource and way to communicate with brands. Over the past year, some big name brands have used social media […]
There are 2.3 billion active social media users. Last year alone, this number increased by 176 million. Facebook has 1.7 billion users, Instagram has over 400 million, Twitter over 320 million and LinkedIn over 450 million. Whoa. All of these users are also consumers. Some hold powerful social influence and others could be your number […]
By Kasi Detmer, Account Associate I often find myself grumbling when writing tweets for marketing clients when I’m one character over the 140 limit. “But I NEED that hashtag, I NEED that word.” The character limit is what makes Twitter so amazing and so frustrating. Lately I’ve been fascinated by short stories that meet the […]