Top 12 of 2012

Here are the top 12 blog posts from the RSM Services, Inc. blog in 2012. It’s been a great year for RSM and the blog has been a big part of that. If you haven’t already read these posts, it might be worth your time to check them out. If you have read them, maybe revisit your favorites and send me your thoughts.

According to the detailed website statistics, these posts were the most appreciated and most viewed from 2012. What’s interesting is that the popular posts were a nice even mix of every area that RSM Services specializes in. 4 were Smoke Curtain posts, 4 were Operable Wall posts, 1 was about and design/acoustics, and 3 were about sales and marketing related to the industry.

1) Otis Elevator Stainless frames

2) Fibershield-HC: Atrium Horizontal Fire Shutter Curtain

3) First Skyfold Wall in Springfield Massachusetts – Putnam Vocational Tech High School

4) Swiss Tech Convention Center – Awesome design complete with movable Skyfold walls!

5) Before and After Photos the Secret of Architecture and Design Marketing

6) How to Improve Classroom Acoustics

7) What do Basketballs and Elevator Doors have in Common?

8) Four Seasons – 57 STC Standard. Is it the new norm?

9) Announcing New Product: 55 STC Rated Operable Wall

10) Stealth Benefits of Smoke Guard by guest blogger Dave Bauer, Architect

11) Dr. Seuss Quotes to Inspire and Motivate

12) Seven Reasons Every Salesperson Should Own An iPad

I’d also like to say a big thank you to all of the visitors who contributed visits to these posts on the blog. You’d be surprised how many Architects, Designers, and Fire Protection Engineers have contacted me about our products after finding RSM Services through the blog. Many of the contacts have been from different locations around the country and have resulted in sales orders. This blog has been important in the growth of the company during 2012.

Social media is quickly becoming vital in our industry as well as all other industries. If you’re in a similar situation as I was and thinking about blogging, I highly recommend getting started. Even if you post every once and a while, do it. Learn as you go and your audience will grow. They will find your blog through Google searches, social media, links, and other places you might not even expect.

Let’s make 2013 an even better year on and beyond. Stay tuned for plenty of new blog posts and updates from us.

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