Fundzinger is the World's Top Crowdfunding PR Company

This week Fundzinger has surpassed the 1000 client mark, becoming the top crowdfunding PR company in the world.

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Orange, CA (PRWEB) April 10, 2014

Fundzinger, the world's number one crowdfunding PR company, has reached the 1000 client mark. Fundzinger specializes in generating media coverage for projects on Kickstarter and Indiegogo.

"Media coverage increases funding," says Romeo Mendoza, CEO of Fundzinger. "The more press coverage you can bring to your crowdfunding campaign, the higher your pledges will be."

Fundzinger got its start two years ago under their parent company, Brianiacs From Mars.

"Our core business was working on PR campaigns for Fortune 500 companies, " says Mendoza.

"As crowdfunding grew, we realized the media connections we made could significantly impact the funding of these projects."

"Fundzinger was launched as a specialized service," says Mendoza. "Our niche has allowed us to grow rapidly."

With over 1000 clients helped, Fundzinger has become the premier expert in the field, generating thousands of write-ups and features in outlets like Forbes, Fast Company, Wired, Engadget, Mashable, TechCrunch, The Huffington Post, CNN, CNBC, Fox News, The Today Show and thousands more.

"We work with a wide variety of products creating buzz for them in Newspapers, Magazines, Cable News, Digital News, Newswires, Journals, Radio Stations, TV Networks, Syndicated Columns and Blogs," says Mendoza.

Fundzinger services start at $525 for the US Plan and $670 for the Global Plan.

"It's a fraction of what other PR firms charge. We're able to do this because our endgame is different. We're trying to develop relationships that will turn into bigger partnerships down the road."

Fundzinger generated all of the press for the Bublcam, a 360 degree camera that lets users capture spherical panoramas of the world around them. Fundzinger secured over 500 write-ups for the Bublcam including features in Engadget,TechCrunch, Fast Company, Gizmodo and Mashable. When the project launched the Bublcam generated over $100,000 in the first 12 hours. The Bublcam went on to raise $346,000 in 35 days.

Ask Romeo how they did it and he'll tell you "It's all about sending a great pitch to key journalists. That's our specialty."


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