Category Archives: Writing

28 Jun
17 May

Stuck with a Blank Page? Here’s Where to Look for Inspiration

Oftentimes when our team creates blogs, we’re inspired by client work, industry news or random sources of information (like pizza or office dogs). But, every once in a while, writer’s block hits and it feels impossible to come up with anything uniquely new. So, we turn to some of our favorite sources of inspiration to […]

22 Mar

Tips for Effective Public Works Project Email Subject Lines

The email subject line is critical for your public works projects email campaigns. A well-crafted subject line can immediately grab the recipient, and engage them into opening the email. But a poorly directed subject line will result in the email hitting the trash folder. Below are tips for writing effective email subject lines. Keep it […]

8 Jun
13 Apr

Large Pizza with Pepperoni and Happy Faces: How Emojis are Helping Brands

By Abby Brown, Creative Associate “Can you teach me how to use those emoji things?” my mother once asked me at the dinner table. Full disclosure: I don’t particularly love teaching my parents about technology. It requires a lot of patience and time, both of which I do not have. My mother sent me rat […]

21 Sep

Is Spell Check Ever Enough?

By Victoria Knepp, Account Associate Long story short, no. In the marketing communications industry, grammar, spelling and punctuation are everything. One minor mistake could ruin your agency’s or even worse, your client’s reputation. Even today, with your good ol’ pal spell check, there are some laughable errors out there. The problem now is that we […]

30 Jul

4 Ways to Boost Your Creativity Now

By Sabrina Fawley, Intern Everyone loses his or her creativity from time to time. Sitting in an office for eight hours can sometimes zap your creativity, no matter how chicly furnished – I mean our office is gorgeous! Since working at Rasor Marketing Communications in beautiful Montgomery, Ohio and settling myself into a new office/work […]

25 Feb

4 Business and Life Lessons I Learned From Spelling Bees

By Libby Esterle, Senior Account Executive As part of a Cincinnati-based marketing and communications agency, writing is at the heart of what we do. It serves as the basis for almost everything – from new business proposals to strategic marketing plan development to press releases to website copy. So, not surprisingly, spelling is also a […]

8 Dec

Am I a Little Possessive? Absolutely! But Only When Necessary…

By Libby Esterle, Senior Account Executive Ahh…the holidays. Time for evergreen wreaths and trees, shopping, friends and family gatherings and,  for most of us, anyway, giving and receiving the annual holiday greeting cards. After all, holiday cards are a relatively easy and inexpensive way to reconnect with people both near and far, see how big […]

19 Nov

So You Want Your Story in The New York Times: 4 Tips for Pitching Stories to Media

By Kasi Detmer, Account Associate You want to come across as the savvy public relations professional that you are but it can seem intimidating to think about pitching stories to major media outlets. As a Cincinnati public relations professional I spend a lot of my time doing media relations, a part of that being spent […]