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Whether you’re a 7-person startup launching out of stealth or a well-funded company looking to get a bigger bang for your PR buck, you’ve found the right agency. We are the squeaky wheel that gets the ink. We love what we do, and so will you. Just ask the hundreds of clients we’ve served over the past 15+ years about the difference our work has made in the success of their business – some went on to be acquired or go public, and some we continue to serve today.

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If you’re looking for a partner who gets emerging tech (cloud, big data, new media) or understands how to land national media coverage for a consumer tech brand, we’re it. We know it’s not just the product or service you are selling, it’s the story behind it that gets noticed. Great storytelling is the secret behind every great article, and we are the quintessential storytellers.

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I was talking to a reporter the other day about a new product my client was launching, and at the end of the conversation when we were about to schedule an interview I told him I’d send the press release under embargo as background for the call. He said, “Don’t bother – releases are [insert [Read More]

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