Denver PR Blog

WSJ: ‘PR Creates a Relationship, Marketing the Buzz’
April 16, 2010, 7:55 am
Filed under: Marketing, Public Relations, Wall Street Journal

A Wall Street Journal blogger examines the differences between public relations and marketing. If you need more clarification, see here.

WSJ Now Nation’s Largest Newspaper
October 14, 2009, 1:50 pm
Filed under: Newspapers, USA Today, Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal has passed USA Today as the most-subscribed newspaper in the U.S. Unfortunately, the WSJ nabbed the honor only after USA Today raised its newstand price 33 percent saw a resulting 17 percent decline in circulation.

How Much Are You Paying An Agency for Social Media Help?
October 1, 2009, 7:10 am
Filed under: Social Media, Wall Street Journal

Probably somewhere between $400 and $20,000 per month, according to the The Wall Street Journal.

WSJ: Hard-Hit Schools Try Public-Relations Push
August 17, 2009, 1:14 pm
Filed under: Advertising, Public Relations, Wall Street Journal

Public schools are learning what companies such as Coca-Cola, Apple and P&G have known for decades … public relations and advertising work. The Wall Street Journal profiles a few – including Denver Public Schools – that are jumping on the marketing bandwagon.

WSJ: ‘For the Self-Employed, It’s an Endless Workweek’
August 5, 2009, 3:52 pm
Filed under: Wall Street Journal

Richard Abels of Centennial-based Abels Communications is cited in yesterday’s Wall Street Journal on a topic we can all relate to: the disappearance of the traditional vacation.

The Media Continue to ‘Discover’ Twitter
March 16, 2009, 7:28 am
Filed under: Denver Business Journal, Denver Post, Twitter, Wall Street Journal

Last week, it was the Wall Street Journal that discovered Twitter. This weekend, it was the Denver Post. And the Denver Business Journal is now on Twitter:

WSJ Proposes Merger to Help ‘Financially Distressed’ MediaNews
December 7, 2008, 9:25 am
Filed under: Denver Post, Newspapers, Wall Street Journal

Before Dean Singleton engages in too much scheudenfraude about the Rocky’s plight, he might want to read this weekend’s Wall Street Journal, which notes that MediaNews Group is among several publishers that “are carrying heavy loads of debt given their fast-shrinking revenues.” The WSJ’s solution for MediaNews: a merger with fellow troubled publishers Freedom Communications and Lee Enterprises.