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Jun 14, 2015 9:25 AM ET

Archived: Meshfire – Artificial Intelligence for Social Media

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 14, 2015



Artificial Intelligence for Social Media


Meshfire is the only artificial intelligence for social media dedicated to helping businesses everywhere ignite and maintain their social media presence. 

Our innovative online platform harnesses state-of-the-art A.I. technology to provide brands with the tools they need to get focused, get responsive, and get interacting with the followers and fans that can help their business succeed.  


Social media is the beating heart of how brands and businesses connect with their audiences today. But for thousands of businesses around the world, managing a social media presence is easier said than done.

Being social is challenging: there are hundreds of thousands of tweets, hashtags, trending topics, follows and threads to follow on an hourly basis. Full-time community managers spend hours a day navigating Twitter interactions, trying to find where they should focus their efforts while deciding which customers to interact with — and things still manage to fall through the cracks. 

At Meshfire, we understand that today’s brand marketers and community managers have better things to do with their time than spend all day watching streams of updates go by in the hope of spotting the “good stuff.” That’s why we’ve designed Meshfire to do it for them! 

Meshfire is a game-changing artificial intelligence for social media that lets users filter out the social media noise and prioritize their social activity into a streamlined, easy-to-understand task board. Think of it as a situation room for your social media work: you can drag and drop tasks to organize your board, assign tasks to others working with you, reply to your audience directly from Meshfire, and so much more.

An integral part of the Meshfire software is Ember, our Artificial Intelligence and virtual community manager. Ember automatically helps you sort through the “noise” and get to the interactions that really matter: the actionable items that you can retweet, respond to and organize – whatever is the most important. Ember runs constantly in the background, telling you:

Who you should engage with

What conversations you should join

What messages need a response

What should you do first, and

How to grow and keep up with your audience

In addition to Ember, Meshfire also provides insightful metrics and reporting to help you grow your business. You can share your data, track community trends and hot keywords, and be a part of the conversations your customers are having online. Plus, with team collaboration capabilities, Meshfire allows you to let different members be in charge of different tasks.

Meshfire also provides social app plugins like Bitly, Flickr, Feedly, SurveyMonkey, Klout and Buffer for faster integration.


Meshfire acts as your very own social media pro, optimizing your Twitter presence while positively building your brand.

This one-of-kind approach to social media marketing is available free for individuals and for just $8 per month per social profile for professionals who manage multiple brand accounts. We also offer plans with advanced features for large agencies and enterprises, starting at $99 per month per profile.


Meshfire has gained some major traction since our inception. Our software is complete and available on the market with over 1,200 active customers, processing up to 20 million tweets per day and reaching a total audience of over 9.1 million people.

Some of our customers include:




VentureBeat Insights named Meshfire a “Best Bet” for small- and mid-sized companies in their April 2015 survey of social media tools, ranking Meshfire #1 and #2 for small- and mid-sized enterprises, respectively:

“In the future, our social media marketing tools will use predictive modeling and artificial intelligence. […] Meshfire wins out on overall score, price, and features that you won’t find elsewhere. […] It is the only solution in our analysis that tells you what to do, not just what is happening.”

Here’s what some of our customers have to say about Meshfire:

“Until Meshfire came along, I spent more time catching up and responding to missed messages. With Meshfire, I get instant notifications.”

Karl Kovacs, Social Media PM of HP

“Meshfire does the thinking for us. We’re now joining the right conversations, and there’s no time wasted managing social media.”

Sharon Herzog, VP Marketing of Sex Wax

“I caught a hashtag local arts orgs were using for a tweet-chat they forgot to tell us about. […] I would not have caught it without Meshfire, for sure.”

Amie Simon, Social Media Producer of EMP Museum

Last year, we were able to prove Meshfire’s true benefits in the real-world market. Cyan Worlds, a video game development company, used Meshfire to drive their Kickstarter campaign to raise $1.3 million in just 30 days. 

We’ve also been praised by several tech and business press giants like Biz Journals, Venture Beat, Geek Wire and Fox Business. 


To date, Meshfire only supports Twitter, but we are currently building integration to include Facebook as well. Further integration will include mobile, Slack, Nimble and Zapier. For more details about our development, revenue and company details, please request access to the Business Plan side of this profile.


The Meshfire Team

Eli Israel, CEO. Eli built his first SaaS company in 2002. In all, he has brought five SaaS products to market, in areas as diverse as email security, business intelligence, Agile project management, project portfolio management and consumer sentiment surveys.

Mike Templeman, Head of Engineering and Service Operations.  Mike has decades of experience building systems that scale. He has been involved with successful, cutting-edge technology firms for more than 25 years as a programmer, software architect, researcher, manager, executive, investor and board member. Mike is known throughout the technology community as co-founder of Aldus Corporation, where he was one of the original developers of PageMaker, and was later named an Aldus Fellow.

Amber Osborne, CMO. Amber is our subject matter expert and marketing genius. She is an award-winning social media strategist delivering pioneering digital media solutions for clients ranging from startups to internationally-known brands. Amber is a dynamic keynote and panel speaker for multiple national and international industry conferences (I-Strategy, SXSW, CES), has been featured on ABCnews.com, Forbes, Puget Sound Business Journal, and others, was voted Tampa’s Best Of The Bay by Creative Loafing Magazine in 2010, and is listed in Forbes online as #2 on a list of 50 CMOs to follow on Twitter.

Josh Sin, UX and Product Management Director. Josh has built his career on designing web-based enterprise software solutions in the Seattle start-up scene as well as established technology firms for the past 14 years. His portfolio includes pioneering SaaS products like eProject.com to Microsoft Windows Server 2012, before moving into executive leadership roles. At Meshfire, Josh designs for usability, and constantly refines the product roadmap.


Board of Advisors

Doug Brown, CEO of All Star Directories. Doug has more than 25 years of experience leading high-growth technology companies, and joined All Star in 2005. He’s been a member of more than 15 growth-stage and nonprofit boards of directors, and co-founded the Education Marketing Council to promote best marketing practices within post-secondary education. Named a Regional Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst & Young in 2011, Doug is a frequent speaker and mentor to aspiring and early-stage entrepreneurs.

Villette Nolon, CEO Consultant. Villette has a proven track record with 20+ years of general management and entrepreneurial experience for multiple start-ups and Fortune 150 companies. Villette is an active participant in the Pacific Northwest high tech entrepreneurial community and serves on the boards of Seraph Capital, WSA, NWEN and MIT Enterprise Forum, which she chaired from 2001 to 2002.

Chris Pirillo, CEO of LockerGnome. Chris has been working in the content publishing industry since 1996. He launched his first company, LockerGnome, to provide practical technology knowledge to millions. Not long thereafter, he became an expert in growing online communities. He’s hosted television programs, conferences, and radio shows, and is frequently called upon by media outlets to help translate “geek” into something everybody can understand.

Scott Stratten, CEO of Un-Marketing. Scott is the President of Un-Marketing. He is an expert in viral, social, and authentic marketing, which he calls un-marketing. Formerly a music industry marketer, national sales training manager and a professor at the Sheridan College School of Business, he ran his “Un-Agency” for nearly a decade before solely focusing on speaking at events for companies like PepsiCo, Adobe, Red Cross, Hard Rock Cafe, Cirque du Soleil, Saks Fifth Avenue, Deloitte and Fidelity Investments when they need help guiding their way through the viral/social media and relationship marketing landscape. He now has over 150,000 people follow his daily rantings on Twitter and was named one of the top 5 social media influencers in the world on Forbes.com. He’s written three best-selling books, and his fourth, entitled “Unselling,” is in stores now.

Contact Information:

Eli Israel
Mike Templeman
Amber Osborne
Josh Sin

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