Leading Kansas City Reputation Management Agency

Don't let a rogue tweet, internal squabbling, or a mishandled press event negatively impact your business. PR Hacker knows how to keep a viral story from picking up steam. We can lower the temperature of debate for any size business—from two-person operations to multinational corporations.

Our reputation management philosophy

A. We act fast

The news cycle never stops and neither do we. PR Hacker moves fast to protect your brand as soon as the first negative tweet hits cyber space. Our experts know the ins and outs of managing and extinguishing bad press in real time. Plus, we can identify and resolve any problem areas in your messaging before an issue develops.

B. We think ahead

When trouble arrives, sometimes it's hard to distinguish your friends from your enemies. That's where we come in. PR Hacker assembles your network of credible influencers who can help drown out the noise on all platforms. We make it easy to get a little help from your friends.

C. We respond locally

There are two sides to every story. We help you tell yours. PR Hacker works to protect your brand, your image and your reputation using state-of-the-art methods starting at the local level and extending to national news outlets. We have contacts with the journalists and key voices in your industry who can cast your business in the most positive light.

Our Kansas City location

Our Kansas City office is located in the heart of downtown, in a converted garment factory on Walnut Street. We're surrounded by exciting new companies, and established industry leaders. No wonder we're comfortable working with all sizes of businesses across all industries. So if you’re looking for a national agency with a local presence to help you with your reputation management needs, look no further than PR Hacker Kansas City.

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Let's create amazing together

We're hungry. We're scrappy. We'd love to learn more about how we can help.

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