Where do you get your local information? There are so many different places you can look. When City of Boulder residents were asked which sources they turned to most often for information about the city, The Daily Camera tied with the City of Boulder web site as their preferred destination for information (63% of respondents).
That’s more than twice the number who reported city social media as their first choice – and it says a lot about the power of print. When it comes to local information, the Camera is your trusted source.
The Daily Camera, Colorado Hometown Weekly and the rest of our family of products deliver a demographically diverse, devoted following that is growing across multiple platforms 24/7. No one delivers a larger audience and better results. No one works harder to earn your business.
Call 303.473.1400 to place your advertising where people are looking!
The Camera is a proud partner with more than 100 local nonprofit organizations, providing them with over $2 million of support each year. Each of these organizations help make our community a better place, and we love to recognize their successes!
I recently heard from two groups that we have been honored to sponsor recently. I hope you’ll take a moment to look into the great work they are doing in our communities.
The Parent Engagement Network (PEN) empowers parents to promote the wellbeing of youth and families. Paul Nelson, program director, says, “We greatly appreciate the Daily Camera sponsorship. You are the best!”
The Boulder Economic Council (BEC), the economic development arm of the Boulder Chamber, promotes Boulder’s economic prosperity.
The BEC’s Clif Harald wrote to say, “We can’t thank you enough for helping make this year’s Economic Summit such a success. Many people told us – and are still telling us – that it was the best Summit ever.”
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Rural life in Boulder County is in the spotlight at the 2015 Boulder County Fair, July 31 to August 9 at the Boulder County Fairgrounds. Exciting events and exhibits are scheduled every day, including Pro bull riding, a farm to table dinner, livestock market sale… there’s even a demolition derby!
Well over 100,000 attendees are expected, and they will be looking to the Longmont Times-Call’s official Boulder County Fair Guide to help them plan their day. Will they see your business in there, too?
The Fair Guide publishes Sun., July 26 in the Times-Call and Longmont Weekly, and Weds., July 29 in the Colorado Hometown Weekly. This is an excellent way to reach local families and shoppers. Nearly half of attendees claim incomes over $60,000, and 60 percent are married homeowners.*
We have many print and digital advertising packages to get your special offer in front of this active and affluent group. Many advertisers choose both platforms to increase the frequency of their ad impressions.
Our ad consultants are ready to help you choose the best package for your goals, desired reach and budget. Call 303.473.1400 by Friday, July 3 to reserve your ad.
It’s amazing what team work can accomplish. And when you’re trying to end Alzheimer’s disease, it takes a whole lot of team work.
Friends, co-workers and families are forming teams right now to participate in the first Boulder Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Saturday, August 1 on the University of Colorado Boulder campus. It’s for an important cause, and we could really use your support, too.
Did you know that Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States? It’s the only cause of death among the top 10 without a way to prevent, cure or even slow its progression. It has touched families everywhere, including my own, so this event is very near and dear to my heart.
I am serving on the Boulder Walk Committee and the Camera is sponsoring this event. I would love for you to join me in the fight to end Alzheimer’s. Here’s how you can get involved:
• Start or join a team: by registering at ColoradoAlzWalk.org.
• Become a sponsor: Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to partner with the Alzheimer’s Association and have a profound impact on the movement to end Alzheimer’s!
• Volunteer: We’re looking for volunteers to assist us on the day of the Walk to make this a great event for everyone.
Come join us. Together we can eradicate this disease!
Do you have social media experience? Prairie Mountain Media is seeking a full-time Social Media Coordinator to join its Digital Operations team. The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge and real-world experience in planning, managing and executing content using Facebook Business Manager for our client base.
We need someone who can drive website traffic via social media while building engagement with savvy content. You’ll need to know digital marketing best practices and understand of digital production processes; have the ability to interact and maintain client relationships in a professional manner, and keep on top of Facebook’s ever changing business rules and requirements. We’ll look to you to recommend creative approaches and strategies for social media executions, manage month-end reporting and offer insights to review with clients.
If you are self-motivated, organized and able to work independently, have professional communication skills, and a Bachelor’s degree with a focus on communication, advertising/marketing, and/or graphic design, send your resume to email@example.com and refer to Social Media Coordinator in the subject line.
The Colorado Music Festival (CMF) Young People’s Concerts introduce young children, ages 3 to 7, to the excitement of live classical music performance with programs that include costumed animals, narration and lively music.
This year’s Young People’s Concert is being performed on Saturday, June 26 from 10 a.m. to noon in Boulder’s Chautauqua Auditorium, 900 Baseline Road, Boulder.
The all-new, high-energy program will showcase the CMF Orchestra as well as local youth performers. The always popular Music Fair will follow the concert outside the auditorium.
The Camera is proud to support CMF throughout the year, and we will be pitching our tent. After the concert, join us on the lawn for the Music Fair, where kids can meet costumed characters, visit our instrument petting zoo, and enjoy face painting, balloon tying, and snacks. Bring your kids, enjoy the music, and be sure to drop by our tent to say hello and score a balloon.
Tickets for the Young People’s Concert are $8 each, or $7 for groups of 10 or more. Call 303.440.7666, visit comusic.org/event/young-peoples-concert, or purchase your tickets at the Chautauqua box office.
The Boulder Public Library invites you to a free screening of “The Way,” a movie directed by Emilio Estevez and featuring Martin Scheen, Estevez, Deborah Kara Unger and Yorik van Wageningen. The film will be shown this Sunday, June 7, at 1 p.m. at the main library location.
The 2010 release follows a father who goes overseas to recover the body of his estranged son who died while traveling the “El Camino de Santiago,” and decides to take the pilgrimage himself.
“The Way” is offered through the Boulder Public Library’s Cinema Program, which presents screenings on Monday or Wednesday evenings, with additional special Cinema Program screenings and monthly Sunday matinees.
Screenings take place at the main Boulder library, 1001 Arapahoe Ave., in the Canyon Theater (located in the north wing along Canyon Boulevard).
Come see movies the way they were meant to be – together with other movie buffs!
For more information on the Cinema Program, contact Joel Haertling at 303.441.3197.
For a full schedule of movies and events presented in the Canyon Theater, go to boulderlibrary.org.
When most of us think “real estate” we picture a house or a property. But real estate is also an industry, with a thousands of trained professional Realtors who abide by stringent ethics and standards of behavior.
At the national level, the National Association of Realtors is the largest trade association in our country. Founded in 1908, it counts over 1 million members.
The Boulder Area Realtors Association, founded in 1940, is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year. To commemorate this milestone, the Daily Camera is publishing a special 75th Anniversary keepsake edition on Monday, June 1. We’ll take a look back at how real estate was “done” in Boulder before the days of the Internet. Then we’ll look to the future, to see what lies ahead for local real estate and Realtors.
We will also look at the impact BARA has had in our community through its volunteering, event sponsorships and service organizations.
If you call 303.473.1400 by 4 p.m. today, your business can help celebrate BARA’s 75th anniversary with an ad in this special publication. Send a congratulatory message to the BARA or your favorite Realtor, or advertise what your business offers.
I’ve often talked about the importance of mobile and mobile-friendly landing pages for your campaigns that reach mobile users. Google made it official last month (April 21). Search campaigns are now ranked in-part based on their mobile-friendly landing page or website. If mobile visitors to your website aren’t going to a responsive landing page, it’s time to get caught up to mobile. Experts say that Google’s new algorithm will affect more web sites than the previous two updates.
We can help. We’ll create a mobile-friendly landing page for your website that passes the new algorithm test. You’ll stay visible in the SERPs and your mobile customers will keep coming back to your site.
An estimated 50 percent of Google search traffic comes to you from a mobile device, and that audience share will only grow. Really, you don’t want to get lost on Page 3 of the search results, do you?
Call our local digital experts at 303.473.1400 to learn more about creating your mobile landing page. And if you need a responsive web site to go with it, we’ll be your one-stop shop.
Sunday, June 21 is Father’s Day, and it’s not too early to start hunting for the perfect gift.
The traditional Dad’s Day gifts will be popular, as always. We’ll treat our fathers, husbands, brothers and friends to meals out, sporting events, grooming services, menswear, concerts, hiking gear and (for the really, really lucky dad) maybe a fancy racing or fat-tire bike.
We’ll hunt down their favorite gadgets, grilling implements and power tools.
We’ll send cards, books, DVDs, MP3s and pictures.
If we can’t quite decide, we’ll splurge on a gift card to their favorite store.
Does your business offer any of these products or services? Let Boulder County shoppers know with an ad in the Camera’s Father’s Day direct email, sent to 50,000 opt-in local consumers with household incomes of $100,000 or more.
We’re seeing double-digit open rates and great responses to these subscriber emails.
The email will be sent directly to your audience’s inboxes on Tuesday, June 9, prime Father’s Day shopping time.
Get your special offer in front of thousands of local, affluent buyers. Call 303.473.1400 by Tuesday, June 2 to reserve your ad in our Father’s Day Digital Direct Mail.