What Would We See If We look you up?
Who is talking about you, and what are they saying? Take control of your reputation today.
How can we help?
A fresh start
The rapidly-evolving global digital economy presents unique challenges unlike anything brands have ever had to contend with before.
We’re here to make sure that you are represented truthfully, regarded favorably, and associated with preeminent brands that share your values.
A reputation built in decades can be destroyed in seconds. We live in a time when anyone can conveniently post harmful, illegal content online and anonymously spread disinformation. The risk is clear and the horror stories are common. That’s why we’re here to monitor, preserve, and restore your brand’s reputation.
You’re only as good as the company you keep and a deal is only as good as the people you’re dealing with, right? We will help you build relationships with your ideal partners for influencer, fundraising, sponsorship, and tie-up campaigns. Then we will document the campaign and put that content to work for your marketing, brand awareness, and community engagement efforts so your immediate victories will have long term impact.
Have you ever walked away from an important meeting excited and hopeful… feeling like you made a great impression and an excellent connection… only to find that your calls and emails go unanswered? Or you upon making your grand entrance, it hit you – that dreadful sinking feeling -you missed the dress code memo. Never again. We know there is no second chance at a first impression. Posture, presence, congruence and sophistication… confidence. You can count on us.
“Working with RCV Consulting has been instrumental to Pendulum Insight’s development over the past two years. The insightful, sophisticated guidance on image, communications, and social strategy is a secret weapon worth every cent.”Colton Moffitt
Perception is reality
“Modern business must have its finger continuously on the public pulse. It must understand the changes in the public mind and be prepared to interpret itself fairly and eloquently to changing opinion.” ― Edward L. Bernays, Propaganda