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  • The Trade Show

    By: Sara Seely, Account Development Executive, WildRock PR & Marketing Take a few minutes to browse any current literature on marketing and you’ll be ready to throw your entire marketing budget into online tools and social media. Don’t get us wrong, an online presence is vitally important, but we’d like to give some love to a

  • Future of PR

    By: Alicia Beard, WildRock PR & Marketing Account Manager Public relations has always been about getting the right story to the right person at the right time- a mix of instinct, know-how and a good Rolodex. But like any industry, it’s shaped by emerging technologies, and in particular, the way social media and mobile devices

  • Celebrating Business

    By: Mandy Cummings, WildRock Office Administrator As we approach our “first birthday” here at WildRock, we can’t help but feel appreciation for the supportive and thriving business community that has helped us grow in our first year. The strong partnerships and inspiring success of the businesses we work with make us so proud to be

  • PR is…

    By: Kristin Golliher, Brand Building Rockstar, Founder & CEO I can’t speak for everyone in the field, but as a PR professional I’ve grown accustomed to the quizzical looks I get from those unfamiliar with the industry when I respond to their inquiries of, “what do you do?” by saying, “I work in public relations.”

  • Making Lemonade

    By: Sara Seely, Account Development Executive, WildRock PR & Marketing It’s a common phrase, “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade.” We’ve heard it since we were kids complaining to our parents that we didn’t like our partner for a project or the cafeteria wasn’t serving macaroni and cheese anymore, it’s best to take what

  • Writer’s Block

    By: Alicia Beard, Digital Diva, WildRock PR & Marketing It happens to all of us at some point or another, we’re trying to write and instead we get stuck. Whether it’s when we first open the blank Word document or part way through a page, even professionals experience writer’s block or can feel like they’re

  • Fresh Ideas Start Here

    By: Sabra Epp, Rockstar in Training, WildRock PR & Marketing There is something besides snow and holiday cheer that the cold weather is bringing this season – fresh ideas for your business. Ever wish you could really take advantage of all that holiday spending without sacrificing an arm and a leg? Now you can with

  • WildRock Gives Back

    By: Kristin Golliher, WildRock CEO & Founder As the weather changes and we start seeing hints of the holiday season approaching (anyone else notice the growing number of turkey decorations in the grocery stores?), we are reminded of the importance of taking some time out of our busy lives to give back to the community

  • We’ve Moved

    By: Kristin Golliher, WildRock CEO & Founder And what a difference a week makes. With the crisp bite of fall in the air, WildRock is recharged with new office space, fresh faces and a contagious enthusiasm. Even with business flourishing at the downtown Fort Collins location, we couldn’t ignore advantages of a more central location.

  • Stop and Smell the Roses

    By Kristin Golliher, CEO & Founder of WildRock It’s a funny world in which we live. We are encouraged to quickly get from A to B, stay busy, check things off the list and fill our days with accomplishments, but what happened to stopping and smelling the roses? I was literally reminded of this the