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CircleClick Offices Expand into San Francisco’s Historic Hearst Building

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

September 1, 2015 – San Francisco, CA – CircleClick Media, boutique SEO and digital media agency, has expanded its headquarters into the Hearst Building at the corner of Third and Market Streets in downtown San Francisco. Known to many locals as the former home to the San Francisco Examiner owned by George Hearst, the Hearst Building is a landmark building that has retained its unique and beautiful architectural features designed by famous architects of their time, but with modernized operating systems.

CircleClick CEO, Anne Ahola Ward, says,

“Our new bigger and better office means yet another milestone for CircleClick. I’ve admired the Hearst Building for years and am proud to call it CircleClick’s new home.”

The CircleClick team was given a private tour by the building manager after move-in into the sub-basement where the SF Examiner’s printing presses once were, to sound-proof rooms where musicians once rented, and to the room which holds the phone systems – present and past.

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The seven-story Hearst Building was originally constructed in 1898, but was destroyed in the 1906 Earthquake. In 1909, construction began to rebuild it and the building officially reopened in 1911. The building boasts many of its original features and is a remarkable piece of San Francisco history.

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