If you want to increase your exposure in the Silicon Valley, Southern California and the markets important to your audience, we can help with pitches and story ideas specifically targeted to the media you need. Our clients have benefitted from our connections to the top West Coast media with stories, bylined articles and appearances in Silicon Valley media such as the San Jose Mercury News, San Francisco Chronicle, Wired, Bloomberg West, local TV stations in San Francisco, Sacramento and other cities. In Los Angeles, our clients have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Business Journal and have been interviewed on live TV on CNBC, Bloomberg and other media from their West Coast offices.
We discover and communicate your story to the right audience, enhancing your reputation and building your brand. That means translating your messages and stories into compelling content directed towards our extensive contacts in the national media. Our media placements have included stories in the Wall Street Journal, CNN, Bloomberg TV and Radio, CNBC, Fortune, BusinessWeek, Forbes, Gizmodo, CBS and many more. We have represented clients ranging from national universities to local colleges, several law firms, non-profits and major corporations
We write, edit and place opinion-editorials and bylined articles on behalf of our clients. Editorials we have helped publish for clients include the Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, San Jose Mercury News, Inside HigherEd, Los Angeles Business Journal, and many others. Bylined articles appeared in Yahoo Tech, Fortune, Bloomberg, various academic newsletters and journals, and many others. Our success comes from leveraging the expertise of our clients, highlighting their knowledge, and pairing them with the best media to increase their exposure.
What is public relations? According to Robert Wynne in his new book Straight Talk about Public Relations, it’s the persuasion business. “PR is about convincing the media, potential customers, the public – someone – to do something you want – write about your firm or client, purchase your service or product, support your ideas. And it’s not easy. “Public relations can’t be learned at a party, on social media while sipping lattes at a trendy coffee bistro, or even in a classroom. Influencing audiences and leaders is hard work.”