Accelerate your PR with BuzzGain – a podcast with Mukund Mohan

Discovering and connecting with the people who will help your business thrive in today’s social economy is vital especially when attention has become a precious commodity! As a PR and Marketing specialist it is becoming mandatory for businesses today to identify the communities that are actively defining and shaping the future of your business in places like blogs, Flickr, YouTube, Twitter, as well as traditional media.

Much more than a Social Media monitoring solution, BuzzGain can help you reveal the influential voices and corresponding conversations that are happening about your product or service so that companies can listen, learn, and effectively engage in mutually beneficial relationships.

BuzzGain is an ideal DIY solution for PR check out their white paper the 5 Steps to DIY PR

Pricing for BuzzGain starts at $99 per month for companies under $100m in revenue, $100m – $1 billion is $500 per month, those with over $1b is sales is $1,000 per month.

And don’t miss out on the BuzzGain’s 15 day free trial offer – you can be accelerating your companies PR in matter of minutes!

Accelerate your PR with BuzzGain – a podcast with Mukund Mohan

About Mukund

Mukund Mohan founded BuzzGain, the leader in Do It Yourself PR. He has founded and successfully sold 3 startups before BuzzGain. Prior to founding BuzzGain, he served as the Vice President of Marketing for Inovis, a leading B2B Community Management software company. Before Inovis he was head of product marketing for Mercury (Hewlett Packard) responsible for the strategy and customer success of the company’s Application Management solutions.

Mukund studied at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County pursuing a master’s degree in computer science and holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering and computer science from the University of Mysore in India.

Full Disclosure: BearingPoint is a Beta Client of BuzzGain

1 comment to Accelerate your PR with BuzzGain – a podcast with Mukund Mohan

  • Anonymous

    I would like to learn more about the components of a compelling story. The media worthiness of stories and how they are generated is something that I would like to learn more about. Are there people who are just great at developing stories? What are examples of some of the best stories?

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