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 […]
By Elyn Buscani, Account Manager
As it did for every other facet of our lives, COVID-19 greatly impacted consumer media habits. eMarketer reports that U.S. adults increased media consumption across all types in 2020 to a new high of 13 hours, 21 minutes per day (58 extra minutes year-to-year). Now that federal and state guidelines have relaxed, and ballparks and other venues are filling with people, what does consumer media consumption look like and what should marketers consider?
By Brittnay Bell, Account Executive
Polls are a great way to boost engagement and get feedback from your followers, but there are two problems with running polls solely in your Instagram stories.
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By Libby Esterle, Senior Account Executive
One of the services we offer as a comprehensive marketing and communications agency are discovery audits— a thorough process that is designed to help our clients best position themselves in their industry and differentiate them from their competitors.
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 […]
By Mimi Rasor, APR, President As we all know, COVID-19 has turned our world upside down. Life as we know it has changed, and we will feel the effects of it for a very long time. Fortunately, we are also starting to responsibly re-open and this got us thinking—what’s the best way to connect with […]
By Libby Hagedon Think back to the last time you bought a new-to-you item. Maybe it was a new water bottle. Maybe it was a pack of diapers for you to try on your baby. Maybe it was a new tube of mascara. What persuaded you to make that purchase? Was it the packaging? The […]
By: Mimi Rasor and Allison Neikirk It happens at every organization: over-reporting. Teams create reports, then more reports and even more reports, each with their own format and level of detail. Then when it comes time for strategic planning or leadership team meetings, it’s nearly impossible to combine all the pieces to create a single […]
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 […]
Over the course of my career in marketing communications, I’ve conducted many interviews with clients, their employees, key stakeholders and target audience members across Greater Cincinnati, including backgrounding sessions, media training and prep and as part of comprehensive communications audits—where we take a deep dive into our client’s industry to gain valuable insight so they […]