A CU Student’s Perspective on Boulder Film & Culinary Event

I had a wonderful experience interning with WildStory PR, and getting the opportunity to work on The Boulder International Film Festival. It was awesome to really get the full experience from learning about the event, to reaching out to news outlets and spreading the word, and finally, getting to attend the event myself. I also loved […]

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Don’t Let The Opportunity Pass You By – Client Responsibilities

Public Relations, like life, is all about timing.  The other day I was pulling my hair out, pitching and trying to secure media coverage for clients when my phone rang from a number I didn’t identify. I have this weird, immediate skepticism about numbers I don’t know combined with this uncontrollable urge to pick-up. I […]

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3 Types of Media: Owned, Paid, and Earned

Blog posts, twitter, online news, cable TV, vines, facebook, mobile device video, press releases, infographics, podcasts, illustrations, webinars, white papers, ebooks, FAQs, bios, awards, tutorials, photos, data, articles, surveys, testimonials, reviews, presentations – it’s enough to make your head spin. We are in the midst of an unprecedented era of content creation and media exposure. […]

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Social Media Management: 3 Simple and Free Social Listening Tools

When managing several, or even just one, company’s set of social media sites, things can get a bit overwhelming.  What should you post? What other social media accounts should you be paying attention to? What kinds of posts get the most attention? How are followers reacting to your posts? Who and what kinds of accounts […]

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Tips for a Successful Kickstarter Launch with Inboard Sports

Recently I was visiting a client and friend, Ryan Evans CEO of Inboard Sports. We were hanging out grabbing coffee and breakfast to fuel up for the day and scanning our emails. We both chuckled simultaneously as we had a similar email in each of our inboxes. A mutual friend had referred one of their […]

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The Business of Serendipty

I love hearing entrepreneurs and business owners tell their story.  It might be the thing I enjoy most and I spend a lot of non-billable time following this passion.  This week alone I have 3 events that center around entrepreneurship and hearing about other people’s businesses. […]

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Apps for the Organized Entrepreneur

Being an entrepreneur, or just a business rockstar, means taking on a lot of responsibilities.  Sometimes every little task you and  your co-workers are responsible for can be very hard to keep track of.  However, thanks to technology, our smart phones have become our business sidekicks.  In order to keep yourself on track, there are […]

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10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Starting Your Own Business

Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit, but something is holding you back from jumping in and starting your own business?  Organizing the development of a starting a new business can be a very risky and overwhelming venture, and it’s not uncommon to second guess yourself.  In order to be sure about making that first leap, here are […]

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Harnessing Pinterest to Create Social Media Posts & Promote Your Business

Sure, creating original content for you social media posts is by far the best way to improve your SEO (search engine optimization) and really stand out against other companies and individuals.  However, using all original content for your social media posts can be a daunting task, especially if you are just an individual building your own […]

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