Get Facebook Engagement Down To A Science

July 29, 2013

In today’s age, social networking is crucial for small businesses to succeed and with advanced Media Segmentation from JamiQ, you’ll be able to determine how well you’re engaging your customers. JamiQ uses advanced media segmentation to let you know if people are talking about your business on Twitter, blogs, forums, or social networks. Facebook is still the biggest social network and high customer engagement is becoming essential if you want your business to be successful. Luckily, there’s a science to raising engagement rates, best posting times, and great contests to have, all on Facebook.

If your business doesn’t yet have a Facebook page, be sure to make one. 92% of industry professionals have acquired a customer through Facebook. Of course, simply having a Facebook page isn’t enough. You need to be sure you’re posting relevant information. For instance, posts with images receive higher interaction rates. Shorter posts, 80 characters or less, also receive higher interaction rates. Using emoticons in your posts will also help boost engagement, with higher comment, share, and like rates. JamiQ can help you ensure posts are relevant with Sentiment Detection. Is this post positive toward your brand? JamiQ‘s specially developed natural language processing technology allows you to discover critical issues and perception trends. Keep in mind that for every customer you engage, there are 34 more reachable friends.

There are also certain times of the day that are better to post than others. For example, Wednesday at 3pm Eastern Standard Time is the absolute best time to post but posting

between the hours of 8pm and 8am Eastern Standard Time are the absolute worst times to post. JamiQ  can help you keep track of good times for you to post with Buzz Trending. JamiQ’s  dashboard provides buzz trending over any time frame. You can see where your brand is headed right down to the hour! Another great way to engage your customers is with Facebook contests, such as photo contests, sharing favorite tips contests, or any other contest that encourages customers to post on your page and share your posts with others to participate in the contest to win small prizes, usually an item or service from your specified brand. With the help of JamiQ and proper Facebook engagement, your business is sure to be successful!


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Just Share the Fun of PLAYGROUND & Get Great Offers!

July 23, 2013

From grade 1 students to grandparents, almost everybody has a smartphone these days. lphone and Samsung Galaxy has taken Hong Kong by storm. Other than basic apps like free messengers, the most popular apps are the games!

In recent games, they have play limits. To continue, you may either pay or share the game infos to friends so the developer may get promotion. But all the players get is just to continue game play. But something different happened to me!

I received an invitation from my friend, telling me that there are great offers in one2free’s PLAYGROUND app. What’s so different is that, besides the 4 fun game play, I could get great offers like McDonald’s coupons!

All I needed to do was to invite my friends via Facebook to install PLAYGROUND. When my friend login PLAYGROUND with facebook, it would automatically notify me and I could get a McDonald’s coupon! I invited all of my family and friends and got loads of McDonald’s coupons now! I never thought it could happen! Join me and share PLAYGROUND and get the coupons!

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Three Sure-Fire Ways To Attract and Engage Your Audience

October 24, 2012

For most small businesses with a website, the holy grail for their online success is web traffic. However, page views and unique visitors, although important metrics to measure, are just one part of the overall story to online success.

Just how engaged is your web traffic to your content, brand, and site?

Building a site which has a strong sticky factor – that is, one that will make your audience return again and again – doesn’t necessarily need technical skills. What you need is time and effort, and plenty of both.

Connect with a blog. Probably one of the best decisions you can make for your website is to maintain a blog to engage with your audience. Build a blog packed with useful content, such as how-tos, product demos, and interviews. Present your blog in a conversational tone (read: not pre-approved sound bites) and watch your audience interaction increase.

Engineer a community on your site. Simply throwing a message board or enabling a commenting function on your website is not enough to make your site a success. To be truly successful, you need to give your audience a voice by listening for their concerns, responding to their comments, and sourcing feedback at every touch point. Gamification and reward programmes are also great tools for audience engagement.

Make everything shareable. With stellar content and an active community, you now have the power of social networking at your fingertips. Make everything on your site – articles, photos, videos, PDFs, etc – easily accessible to anyone, by anyone. There are many ways to do this, but installing plug-ins to allow your audience to share on Facebook and Twitter is a good first step to build brand awareness and increase word-of-mouth.

What are your favorite ways to get your audience even more engaged on your website?

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No, Sina Weibo is not a Twitter wannabe

July 26, 2011

Do you think Sina Weibo, one of China’s popular social networking websites, nay, actually one of China’s popular websites – period -, is just another Twitter clone or Twitter wannabe? Think again! The truth of the matter is – Sina Weibo has a different “purpose” and “use” for most of its Chinese users. How different? Let us count the ways.

First off, according to a study led by HP Labs, Sina Weibo is more useful for its users in terms of entertainment – meaning its users like sharing jokes, videos and funny images. Twitter, on the other hand, is more for news – meaning factual, serious, formal stuff. Case in point: Remember that tweet sent via Sina Weibo whereby the user shared photos of him “wrapping” his shoes with the use of a condom in order to fight rain and road puddles? Nothing CNN-ish there but it was a hit in the Sina Weibo world.

Secondly, and this has something to do with the earlier example, Sina Weibo creates fame unlike Twitter which enhances “pre-existing” fame. Now if you’re Lady Gaga or Beyonce or Britney Spears, you can use Twitter to amp up your fame and interact with your fans. On the other hand, if you’re that guy who wrapped his shoes with a condom and just want your 15 minute spotlight and share something light and funny with others, then Sina Weibo is the better option.

Thirdly, according to the HP Labs study, retweets are “several orders of magnitude greater” on Sina Weibo. This means that people on Twitter have this penchant of sharing their own thoughts, news, images and videos more than sharing others’. In this regard, people on Sina Weibo can be considered “more socially friendly” since they do not really mind sharing another person’s thoughts and what-nots. We’re guessing that this could also mean that unless you’re really influential and really popular, it would take a whole lot more effort for people to retweet you on Twitter!

Given these 3 points, one can truly spot the differences between Sina Weibo and Twitter. So, no, Sina Weibo is not Twitter and is not certainly a Twitter wannabe. We think it will still have its own distinct charm and that will be the very reason why it will continue to flourish.

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