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Blake Communications and Heinrich Marketing host Heinrich Hosts #InsideDenver Twitter Chat on New Healthcare Landscape

Last week, Blake Communications, in partnership with Heinrich Marketing, hosted #InsideDenver’s third monthly Twitter chat, “Business and the New Healthcare Landscape.”  Special guests included Dede de Percin of the Colorado Consumer Health Initiative and Tim Gaudette of the Small Business Majority. Heinrich’s recent blog post … more »

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What Moves Us to Take Action?

What moves one person to make a change does nothing for another. In a series of twists and turns, action and inaction and downright determination from my husband, we decided to make a significant life change. On Tuesday, May 21 … more »

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It’s just social media, everyone can do it!

By: Jenna Morr, Social Media Coordinator, Blake Communications Social media is something that most of us use for our personal lives. Updating statuses, taking photos, keeping in touch with long lost friends and family and following our favorite brands, bands … more »

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When social media falls short for businesses

By: Jenna Morr, Social Media Coordinator, Blake Communications One of the most popular questions I get from clients is “Why isn’t my page growing at a rapid pace?” Although social media is one of the best marketing tools available it … more »

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“Trying to have it All?!”

In the wake of this past week’s announcement by Yahoo CEO, Marissa Mayer, about their new policy involving employees working from home, I personally felt compelled to offer my own take. As a woman, at times struggling to balance it … more »

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The Importance of Getting It Right

Sounds simple enough. You are in the news business. You find sources, they provide you with information and you report it back to those who are watching or listening at home. You follow a professional code of ethics thanks to … more »

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Presidential Election 2012: Choosing Words Carefully

What we say, and more importantly, how we say it, greatly affects the way people perceive us. This is evidenced through the 2012 Presidential Election, or should be, anyway. Jeremy Story of Denver PR Blog, posted two infographics, taken from … more »

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The Importance of Ethics in Public Relations

September is National Ethics Month for the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). In my opinion this is the area where PR practitioners have the greatest opportunity for improvement. Every day I am confronted with ethical issues at our agency. … more »

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Mandatory Vacations

Mandatory Vacations? Yes, you heard me right – businesses forcing employees to take vacation for at least one full week a year! Sounds too good to be true, right? Don’t believe me? Check out the story at ABC News.com (http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/best-boss-pays-employees-vacation-16777907) … more »

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Is Email Getting in the Way of Your Work?

Is Email Getting in the Way of Your Work? Okay, I know I am among some of the worst offenders for sending too much email. In recent months and weeks I have endeavored to take a step back and ask … more »

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