WIN for KC Sports Awards Luncheon

WIN for KC recently held their KC Women’s Sports Awards Celebration Luncheon.  The event recognizes the awards, contributions and achievements in women’s sports and fitness in the Kansas City area. Jessica Mendoza was this year’s keynote speaker. Jessica played collegiate softball for Stanford and was an integral part of the 2004 Gold and 2008 Silver […]

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Rhycom Partners with WorkView

We have had the privilege to partner with WorkView on the development of their website. WorkView is a SAAS provider of enterprise work management solutions with a core offering that enables people to better manage their workload by driving exceptional communication, visibility and accountability.  We encourage everyone to browse their website and take advantage of their product […]

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New Partnership with Kansas City Regional Association of REALTORS® (KCRAR)

Rhycom is excited to announce our new partnership with Kansas City Regional Association of REALTORS® (KCRAR). The Kansas City Regional Association of REALTORS® (KCRAR) exists to protect the rights and privileges of home ownership, to maintain continuing avenues of education and to improve the standards of the real estate profession as well as serve their […]

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Rhycom is named to Expertise.com’s Top 20 Advertising Agencies in Kansas City

Expertise.com is a leading national organization focused on ranking service organizations. They looked at 262 advertising agencies in Kansas City and picked their Top 20 for 2016. Their goal is to connect people with the best local marketing experts. To do that, they analyze and score advertising agencies on more than 25 variables across six […]

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Nielsen’s Social Content Ratings Will Include Data From Facebook.

http://www.adweek.com/news/television/nielsen-will-add-facebook-its-social-ratings-measure-conversation-around-tv-169095 Nielsen Will Add Facebook to Its Social Ratings to Measure Conversation Around TV Instagram next for expanded service By Tim Baysinger For nearly three years, Nielsen has been measuring the social conversation around TV shows—but only on Twitter. Now, as it faces increased scrutiny over its ability to accurately measure how many people are watching […]

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