YouTube Is Your Green Light To More Traffic

July 26, 2013

Having a great website for your company is a breeze when you utilize the technology of JamiQ. JamiQ uses Influence Indicators to determine how influential and impacting your website is. Once you have your website set up, you need traffic. YouTube is a great tool for making your product or service known, but it’s easy to lose potential customers to the next suggested video. The following method will help you leverage YouTube’s high ranks to boost your position on Google searches for your own site. This will allow for nature traffic to flow to your videos.

Start by making several YouTube accounts that are SEO friendly. Make use of keywords that are positive for your brand. JamiQ can help you with Sentiment Detection. Is this video description positive toward your brand? JamiQ‘s specially developed natural language processing technology allows you to discover critical issues and perception trends. Once you have this down, be sure to make 3-4 videos that are to the point. Don’t forget to alter them slightly since you will be posting the same video on multiple accounts. It is important to adjust your videos so YouTube’s autodetection doesn’t flag your account. A simple change of music  or background color will suffice.

Finally, upload your video to your accounts. Be sure to fill out the title and keywords. Like any blog post, use keywords that convert for your company. Don’t forget to include a link to your website. Add the link to the beginning of your description to ensure your viewers see it. Above all, focus on factors that YouTube cares about. Find forums and social circles that your message impacts. JamiQ can help with Media Segmentation. Are people talking about you on blogs, forums, social networks or Twitter? Find out where the buzz takes place with JamiQ’s advanced media segmentation. With the help of JamiQ and YouTube, you’ll have plenty of traffic to your website in no time!

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Social Media is Here to Stay

January 28, 2013

Did you know that if Facebook were a country, it would be the third most populated country in the world behind China and India? With easier access to the internet, more and more people are turning to the internet for communication, entertainment, and work.

Social networking sites have been around since the 1970s with bits of code and text-only exchanges of information. The social networking we know today started in the mid-1990s with profile-based sites like AOL and Classmates. In the early 2000s, with the boom of the internet and faster internet speeds, came social networking sites: Friendster (2002), Myspace (2003), and LinkedIn (2003). A few years later came, Facebook and Twitter, 2005 and 2007, respectively.
To fully comprehend how much growth there has been in social media, take a look at the user numbers of a social media site. LinkedIn’s website was launched in 2003 for business professionals and job seekers, but its community has grown to over 200 million users. Facebook has grown from a university-based community to a worldwide network of over 600 million users and 310 million unique visits per day. Flickr has over 6 billion images, which breaks down to about 3,500 images uploaded per second since 2006.

With the popularity of smartphones and other mobile devices, social media users will only continue to increase with easier methods of access to the internet and social media platforms. Facebook statistics indicate they experienced a 200% growth from 2010 to 2011 in mobile device access. Twitter displayed a significant jump of over 250% in tweets per day from 27 million in 2010 to 95 million in 2011.

Avoiding social media is almost impossible. With the numbers showing continuous growth, there is no doubt that social media is here for the long haul so stay on top of the online revolution with JamiQ social media monitoring services.

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Prosperity Research Social Media Case Study:

April 23, 2009

Prosperity Research Social Media Case Study: is the top online luxury magazine in Asia. Their viewers are socialites and so their marketing needed to be social. Engaging their connoisseur class of viewers required a social media campaign targeted specifically at their elite members. High quality video and strategic placement in social network sites got Luxury-Insider the attention they wanted. Learn more

Social Media slams Banner Ads 2:1

April 23, 2009

Social Media slams Banner Ads 2:1
Social media is clearly preferred by consumers over traditional marketing methods for receiving brand recommendations.  Favoured 2:1 over banner ads, getting brand information from online friends is the best.

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