4.6-star rating (23 Reviews)

RSM Marketing

Wichita, 400 S Commerce, Kansas, 67202
RSM is the leading online marketing firm in south central Kansas and also provides an Outsourced Marketing Department where clients receive all their support, including a marketing director, under a flat fee monthly subscription. Because of the number of certified experts on staff and the volume of our online marketing, the RSM team works directly with Google and Facebook teams. Our direct relationships provide superior outcomes for clients, both in reducing the costs of their marketing and in increasing lead generation and sales. RSM has the most extensive skillsets and marketing technologies in the region, all to increase online conversions. RSM acts strategically and creatively in tactics, to include: web sites, landing pages, web and social video, podcasts, webinars, lead magnets, drip email marketing and more. RSM provides real-time dashboards for clients to provide unparalleled clarity to their business. RSM works in all industries and specializes in helping entrepreneurial-minded companies who want to create an Unfair Advantage in their business. RSM clients have a high retention rate because of the stellar value and partnership they find in the relationship.
Categories & Services
  • Digital Marketing
  • Local SEO
  • PPC
  • SEO
  • Website Design
Recent Google Reviews
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4-star rating
15th November, 2020
RSM has helped us on many projects and media tasks. Their office space is very welcoming and their team is very accommodating.
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1-star rating
15th May, 2020
I know people who have put one star reviews and they’ve either been blocked or reported as spam. It’s easy to have good reviews when half the positive reviews come from employees (look at the names of the reviewers here and then check LinkedIn) and when you block bad reviews.
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1-star rating
15th May, 2020
I would be extremely cautious working with this company. Two things in particular I would recommend: 1) Do not allow them to go over in their hours bank. Ever. Because upfront it feels like a courtesy. But later on they may use it as a way to justify charging you more money, or keeping unearned deposits for other projects (as they did with me). Have it written into your contract that if they go over in hours, you're not financially responsible for it, in any way, ever, unless they get your approval in writing BEFORE the hours are worked. Because, unfortunately, they have no process in place to either approve or appeal the hours bank. Instead, they simply work what they want to work, then charge you for it later, without your permission, and without clear deliverables. I had to cancel my credit card in order to ensure this company would stop charging me. 2) I would recommend being very careful about putting down deposits with them for any large sum of money. I put down an $8K deposit for them to rebuild a portion of my website. They never started (I cancelled the contract before they could start; I was seeing too many red flags), and they have refused to give me any money back. Why? My guess is it's because they have it, so they're simply going to find a way to justify keeping it. So, how are they justifying it? By claiming they worked those hours. Yes-- the "hours bank". Hours that are in no way tied to actual deliverables to me (not even research or planning notes). It's just.... hours. Hours that they never had my permission to work, nor gave me anything as a result of. Finally, as a 37-year-old professional who's worked in multiple industries and hired many people in my time, I can think of *two* hires that I've made that ended up being absolute disasters. Where, every time I think of the money spent compared to what I actually received, and am just appalled at what that company got away with. This is one of them.
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5-star rating
15th March, 2020
Real people responding quickly to real marketing needs.
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5-star rating
15th March, 2020
Great atmosphere and very professional. They make the whole process very affordable and easy to work with. The thing that stands out the most is the level of communication and results. Would recommend this company.
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5-star rating
15th March, 2019
The best marketing company
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Categories & Services
  • Digital Marketing
  • Local SEO
  • PPC
  • SEO
  • Website Design
Recent Google Reviews
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4-star rating
15th November, 2020
RSM has helped us on many projects and media tasks. Their office space is very welcoming and their team is very accommodating.
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1-star rating
15th May, 2020
I know people who have put one star reviews and they’ve either been blocked or reported as spam. It’s easy to have good reviews when half the positive reviews come from employees (look at the names of the reviewers here and then check LinkedIn) and when you block bad reviews.
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1-star rating
15th May, 2020
I would be extremely cautious working with this company. Two things in particular I would recommend: 1) Do not allow them to go over in their hours bank. Ever. Because upfront it feels like a courtesy. But later on they may use it as a way to justify charging you more money, or keeping unearned deposits for other projects (as they did with me). Have it written into your contract that if they go over in hours, you're not financially responsible for it, in any way, ever, unless they get your approval in writing BEFORE the hours are worked. Because, unfortunately, they have no process in place to either approve or appeal the hours bank. Instead, they simply work what they want to work, then charge you for it later, without your permission, and without clear deliverables. I had to cancel my credit card in order to ensure this company would stop charging me. 2) I would recommend being very careful about putting down deposits with them for any large sum of money. I put down an $8K deposit for them to rebuild a portion of my website. They never started (I cancelled the contract before they could start; I was seeing too many red flags), and they have refused to give me any money back. Why? My guess is it's because they have it, so they're simply going to find a way to justify keeping it. So, how are they justifying it? By claiming they worked those hours. Yes-- the "hours bank". Hours that are in no way tied to actual deliverables to me (not even research or planning notes). It's just.... hours. Hours that they never had my permission to work, nor gave me anything as a result of. Finally, as a 37-year-old professional who's worked in multiple industries and hired many people in my time, I can think of *two* hires that I've made that ended up being absolute disasters. Where, every time I think of the money spent compared to what I actually received, and am just appalled at what that company got away with. This is one of them.
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5-star rating
15th March, 2020
Real people responding quickly to real marketing needs.
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5-star rating
15th March, 2020
Great atmosphere and very professional. They make the whole process very affordable and easy to work with. The thing that stands out the most is the level of communication and results. Would recommend this company.
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5-star rating
15th March, 2019
The best marketing company
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