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Wendy’s Twitter Account: A Case Study

Wendy’s: widely known for its fast food, but also known for their quick-witted Twitter page. If you haven’t followed the page, what are you doing with your Twitter account? The restaurant chain consistently serves sass on this platform, posting multiple times a day and frequently responding to mentions. People don’t just follow this account for […]

13 Feb

How Are Your 2019 Resolutions Coming?

By Ian Marker, Account Associate   We all made them, but how are you doing at keeping your New Year’s resolutions? You may not have kept all those promises you made at the start of the year, but that doesn’t mean all hope is lost. When you drafted your New Year’s resolutions, a few things […]

16 Jan

How You Measure Up Against Your Competitor’s Facebook Pages

By Ian Marker, Account Associate    Working in an award-winning marketing agency in Cincinnati, you learn what it takes to measure up your clients’ competitors. It’s our job to make sure they have the best content that earns the most engagement for their audience. In return, the client receives more engagement for their website and more sales of their product or service. But how do you […]

2 Jan

Building a Team – One Fun Activity at a Time

At Rasor Marketing Communications we are fortunate to have a great team of people who work well together. From working moms to recent college graduates and interns to a couple of empty-nesters, our diverse team gets along really well. And this goes beyond just work. We often come together to enjoy healthy and delicious lunch […]

12 Dec
26 Nov

Should Your Brand Be on Snapchat?

By Ian Marker, Account Associate   We’ve all heard of Snapchat, and with 300 million monthly users, many of us have an account. According to Omnicoreagency.com,the company is no newbie to the social media game, marking its seventh anniversary in 2018. Working with clients at Rasor Marketing Communicationsin Cincinnati, we’re often asked if Snapchat is […]

14 Nov

When Radical Candor Is Actually the Kindest Feedback

By Christa Skiles    In my free time – or at least the treasured little free time I insist upon each night before I fall asleep, when the dog has finally crashed from his evening walk and I’ve put the smartphone down for good – I love to read. Most often, my taste leans toward fiction, but I also love a good nonfiction […]

31 Oct

In Defense of Thought: Sometimes You Just Need a Moment

By Erika Turan   How many meetings have you had this week? (I don’t know, Erika. It’s only Tuesday, and I’ve lost count.) How many hours a week do you spend in meetings? (How many hours are there in a week? That’s how many I spend in meetings.) Do you leave those meetings with a […]