Denver PR Blog


Great Moments in Search Engines
December 1, 2011, 4:06 pm
Filed under: blogs

One of the most interesting parts of publishing this blog is seeing the search-engine queries that bring people here. Here is a list of some of my (verbatim) favorites from this week:

  • who does libby weaver hair
  • steve silvers gambling ring
  • adele arakawa net worth
  • deborah sherman swinger
  • katy sabin and drew soicher screwed
  • what is the difference between a pr person and a lobbyist
  • libby weaver bra


DBJ Launches ShopWatch Retail/Restaurant Blog
January 7, 2010, 2:03 pm
Filed under: blogs, Denver Business Journal

If you have restaurants or retail stores as clients, you should know about ShopWatch, a relatively new Denver Business Journal blog that is written/edited by Boots Gifford. The blog covers “openings and closings of restaurants and retail stores, relocations, and major business strategy changes like remodels and major reworking of product offerings.” Don’t bother pitching minor menu additions or holiday “specials.”



DBJ Launches New Blog
December 7, 2009, 10:56 am
Filed under: blogs, Denver Business Journal

The Denver Business Journal has launched a new blog that features many of its reporters, including Mark Harden, Bruce Goldberg, Greg Avery, Boots Gifford, Bob Mook and Renee McGaw.



Shameless Self-promotion Alert
October 14, 2009, 2:29 pm
Filed under: 104 West, blogs, Digital Idea Media, Metzger, Social Media, Story + Welch, Turner PR

If you are devotee of social media and its implications for public relations, check out a new social-media specific blog that features posts by 104 West’s Elaine Schoch, Metzger’s Elaine Ellis, Digital Idea Media’s (and MediaOnTwitter’s) Melissa Hourigan, Turner PR’s Ef Rodriguez and me. The blog is called Social Byte – http://socialbyte.net.



SE2 Launches New Blog
August 20, 2009, 6:47 pm
Filed under: blogs, SE2

Colorado-based public issues and policy firm SE2 has launched its new blog, The Megaphone.



Threats, Mommy Bloggers and Crocs
July 28, 2009, 10:00 am
Filed under: blogs, Crocs, Social Media

The Washington Post may be bearish on Crocs’ future, but that isn’t enough to stop mommy bloggers from doing whatever it takes to get a free pair.



The FTC is Having a WTF Moment
April 3, 2009, 11:35 am
Filed under: Advertising, blogs, Public Relations, Social Media

Inexplicably, the FTC is considering revised guidelines that would hold companies liable for inaccurate statements written by bloggers who receive samples of the companies’ products.