Online activity never stops. Even when you’re not aware of it. And what’s worse, it can be exactly that time when you’re not aware of it that the good (or bad) buzz can really happen. So the summer is a particularly critical time for companies given that many employees are out of the office, and the rest, well, you’re fighting for their attention.

As a solution, we have built the ultimate app for you and your team to get notified whenever your brand or name is mentioned on the web. Whatever the mention may be, you can react immediately within the app itself with smart actions like retweeting, direct replies, and posts to Facebook.


And because summer vacations suck if you spend all your time glued to your iPhone, we’re going even one step further. With our smart anti-noise technology, sentiment analysis tools, and priority inbox, you can choose to get only the most relevant mentions: those directly relating to you and your brand. And with the ability to assign tasks to members of your team directly within the app, those at work can finally step in on the go, ensuring that your presence online will never skip a beat, even during this time of busy summer vacations.


To prove it, we’re launching today a holiday contest. Just share on mention’s Facebook or Twitter page a picture of you using mention during your holiday to win a yearly access to a professional plan on mention, valued at $199.

You’ll finally understand how we can make “taking time off’ actually about taking time off, saving you time and headaches wherever you may be.

To download the mention iPhone app:

Clément Delangue is the chief marketing officer of Mention, an application that lets you know what people are saying about you, your company or your competitors online. Before joining mention, he worked for eBay after being one of the first French professional sellers at age 17. He also co-founded several startups, including UniShared and

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