Kuhcoon wants to be your social media marketing dashboard of choice.
The software just launched to more than 2,500 beta users, according to its founders. Kuhcoon lets you manage multiple accounts on different networks, gives you analytics and offers advice and news articles on how best to market your product.
Signup to try the platform for free here.
The startup, now headquartered at Center City incubator Seed Philly, was founded in October 2011 at a Startup Weekend in Columbus, Ohio. Founders and childhood best friends Andrew Torba and Charles Szymanski flew to Ohio to participate in the weekend-long hackathon because their friend, who was attending college in Columbus, told them about the event.
The Kuhcoon team also does social media marketing on the side in order to support the cost of product development, Torba said. The company has about 50 brands as clients for the consulting arm of the business, he said, but is focusing increasingly on the software side.
Torba and Szymanski, both 22, live in University City. Torba recently graduated from the University of Scranton and Szymanski attends Drexel University.-30-
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