Author Archives: Guest Blogger

20 Sep

Why You Need Key Messages for Your Public Works Projects

From speaking to reporters and other stakeholders, to writing social media posts and website content, key messages are critical to ensure you’re consistent and focused in all your communications. Key messages, also known as the foundation of public relations, are usually three clear, concise statements that demonstrate the purpose and benefits of your public works […]

13 Sep
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31 May

Map Design Tips to Clearly Communicate Your Improvement Project

A well-designed project map is a beautiful thing – it can help explain a project and reinforce your brand. When you’re using maps to help communicate your project to the public, you want to make sure they’re uncluttered, clearly branded and clearly labeled. Below are a few examples of maps the Rasor Public Involvement Team […]

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 […]

1 Feb
24 Sep

The Facebook Improvements that Should Exist

Mashable’s article about Facebook features that should exist (such as an explanation with a relationship status change) got me thinking about notifications that I would like to see on Facebook: 1. If someone is posting a cryptic status update fishing for attention and responses, they should be required to show up in a different color […]

24 Aug