Atomic

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1379a, Harrison Street
San Francisco, CA 94103-4334
About Atomic
  • Atomic PR was created in 1999 to drive a higher level of communications impact in the post-Internet era. Taking our cue from leading tech brands, we embraced analytics, community technologies, transparency, automation and streamlined workflows to create the kind of opportunities and solve a new generation of PR challenges many companies are now experiencing for the first time.

    Our unique approach has driven improvements of 100% and often more across numerous measures of online and offline PR program performance for a wide range of well-known technology, social media, consumer and entertainment brands. Plus stronger linkage between PR and business outcomes, and an easier management experience all around. Atomic has offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York and London plus close affiliated network offices across Europe, Asia Pacific, China and Japan.
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