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MyPRGenie Launches the First Business Social Network and Newswire Platform Designed to Streamline Public Relations and Corporate Communications

PR platform helps companies create a powerful social experience to drive growth and engagement on the website

NEW YORK, Nov 10, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- (http://www.myprgenie.com) -- MyPRGenie Inc., the world's first business social media network and newswire, announced the premiere of MyPRGenie 5.0, the latest version of its own Do-It-Yourself PR platform. With MyPRGenie, companies can connect with their fans, create online business profiles, gain top search engine rankings, and receive access to over 550,000 media contacts.

In addition, MyPRGenie's new API allows companies to create a powerful social media presence. Businesses can now drive growth and engagement on their website by having their press releases posted in the MyPRGenie online newsroom. With the new "like" and "follow" features, companies can invite their fans to join their network and instantaneously access the companies' latest press releases, photos, and videos.

"We are excited to announce the release of MyPRGenie 5.0, which represents the first business social network designed solely for companies to promote themselves," stated Miranda Tan, chief executive officer of MyPRGenie. "With MyPRGenie 5.0, companies can build an online presence through powerful social media tools and share search engine optimized press releases, photos, and videos. By inviting fans to join their network, businesses can promote their services and products through viral marketing. MyPRGenie's business social network empowers companies to quickly build a powerful online and offline constituency."

With MyPRGenie 5.0, you can:

  • Create a social network profile for your company and link it to your website.
  • Target and invite more than 550,000 global media contacts - both traditional and online!
  • Create an interactive link between your company and fans.
  • Easily upload press releases, videos, and photos onto your newsroom and share with everyone in your network.

MyPRGenie's new features include:

  • Superior search engine and social media optimization,
  • Facebook, Twitter, Follow, and Like buttons in your newsroom to make it easier for you to share and social media optimize your press releases,
  • "fConnect" - we are now Facebook integrated for easier sharing and sign up,
  • New Business Badge which links your website to your newsroom,
  • iFrame which showcases your website in your release and profile, thus significantly increasing traffic to your website.

"The power and speed of the new engine should be evident right away, with its robust ability to reach committed parties with blazing speed and accuracy, delivering results that are measurable and terrific," said Hassan Miah, MyPRGenie chairman. "We are pleased to introduce our new platform that has been designed to improve the way people communicate and share corporate information. Now with the MyPRGenie social media communication platform, it's easier than ever to invite someone to your network, share information, and track everything!"

To get the latest updates on MyPRGenie, please follow us at: http://lnk.nu/myprgenie.com/1gtp.

SOURCE MyPRGenie, Inc.

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