Mediatakeout

Fred Mwangaguhunga began his vocation to capture stories on film when he was videographer for weddings which was a long way from the big shot tattle that he is today. Perhaps that first work assignment at school predicted would have him in the middle of a media crisis in which photographs and video footage of personal minutes constitute the currency of the realm. Mwangaguhunga is the founder and director of MediaTakeOut.com which is a blog-style tattle website that caters to urban users. The unsavory metropolitan MediaTakeOut is famous for letting its cat loose. It is usually snatched up from CNN, NBC, People as well as The New York Post and TMZ The sponsors are media purchase the promotion in a literal sense. MediaTakeOut eats up promotional purchases which were previously sent to competitors AOL Black Voices BET.com along with Essence.com, however, its traffic has consistently beat them as well. The lawyer turned sequential businessperson, who is currently 35, is not showing any signs of resigning. Look out, Perez Hilton. He has recently been in conversation about his plans with Inc.com the senior editor Nicole Marie Richardson.

What inspired you to start MediaTakeOut.com?

I owned a clothing company that was called Laundry Spa that was basically an online-based business. Customers signed up, set an appointment time and a conveyance time, selected the scent of their garments and then we’d pick it up the item and return it to them. The business grew after we received a positive review from The Daily Candy blog webpage. When we were at Laundry Spa, we spent our promotional budget using blogs.At this time the web journals were a media outlet, and they were a niche only for the extremely-nerd. When I decided to sell my clothing business I had a look at the blogging world and observed the progress they’d seen. I thought that this could be an option that might be more than a popular trend, or whether it’s a trend or not the trend could last for several years. I was left with nothing to do and I thought I’d try this.

What were your initial expenses?

It was $19.99 to get the Yahoo account and $7.99 for the name of the area. Because I’m a member of an private company basis, it is my responsibility to run in an unrelated venture. We’re inclined in everything does, but every expense is scrutinized at to see what it means for the actual. I must keep pace with the benefits and grow naturally.

How can MediaTakeOut.com not identical to every other Tattle blog?

In the urban space, there are hundreds of and possibly many tattle-online publications, but none has the reach, traffic or the enticement of crowds like MediaTakeOut.com. From the very beginning of the beginning of the organization’s development I was of the opinion that like Twitter, YouTube, and numerous other companies that are emerging in the field of technology We would use up large portions of our mediatakeout efforts, increasing MediaTakeOut.com’s image and getting users instead of focusing on revenue. Looking back, I think it was the right option. But, at present and not in the same way as Twitter or Youtube We’re actually earning money. Since our 6th month work and the income is increasing steadily.