Stay On Top Of Your Brand’s Perception With JamiQ’s Monitor Everything Feature!

February 26, 2014


When it comes to tweeting on Twitter and posting on Facebook and LinkedIn, everyone’s doing it. With today’s technology, word about your brand spreads like wildfire. Good or bad, you can bet your customers are talking about your brand. That’s why it’s so important for your brand to monitor what’s being said about you and your competitors. The foundation of social media monitoring is the ability to capture most, if not all, online conversations. Just like a search engine, the more web pages that are covered the better a service it is. JamiQ uses the world’s best search engines, APIs, RSS feeds, and specially built web crawlers to monitors the social media in real-time. Eliminate excess social media noise to find the specific social conversations that are relevant to your business with sophisticated search-based social media monitoring.


Our Monitor Everything feature helps you understand the conversations that are important to your social community before, during and after your social marketing campaign. Gain new insights about your company, customers and competitors by tapping into social media conversations with the exclusive Monitor Everything feature offered at JamiQ. Our revolutionary design and relentless approach enables us to capture social media posts on blogs, forums, microblogs, news, social networks, video sites, and more. Based in Asia, JamiQ specializes in monitoring the diverse and multilingual Asian social media.

Discover the most meaningful conversations for your business with filters by topic, social media channel, language, and geography. Understand social conversation volume, sentiment, and trends.  Track ongoing conversations for immediate engagement and research historical discussions. Contact JamiQ and request a demo to know where your customers talk about you and your competitors.


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Get In On The Latest Social Media Marketing Trends!

January 8, 2014

Social media marketing remains the most important marketing area of concern for the upcoming three years. But where should marketers keep an eye for the upcoming year? Will Facebook still remain king of the social media hill or will 2014 be the year of Twitter? Below are just a couple of the social media marketing trends to look out for in 2014. Regardless of which social media marketing trend you decide to incorporate, JamiQ is equipped to help make your brand a success!


One of the main ways that marketing is hitting social media is through consumers themselves. In the past decade, with user-generated content platforms such as Yelp, individuals have had the ability and power that comes from bypassing traditional channels to voice concerns and feedback, be it negative or positive. This is why it’s so crucial to know where your brand stands with consumers. With JamiQ, you have access to our Sentiment Detection feature, which is able to detect the sentiment of every post on the fly. The sentiment chart gives you an indicative view of the perception surrounding your brand. This allows you to react immediately when you notice a sudden change of heart. With JamiQ, you’ll always be on top of consumers opinions of your brand!

Of course, videos should continue their upward ascent in the social media marketing toolbox hierarchy. In particular short videos. YouTube shows no sign of fatigue, yet for brands, the best promises come from the rise of applications such as Vine, with its 6-seconds video capabilities, and Instagram, with its 15-seconds video capabilities complete with filters and integration within Facebook. Without a doubt, this is one trend we can expect to grow in 2014! One thing’s for sure, JamiQ’s features and solutions will make sure your brand grows too!



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Fall Hair Color Trends And How To Take Care Of It

November 1, 2013

If you’ve been contemplating a shift in your hair color for Fall, don’t limit yourself to one shade. The season’s best new colors are multi-toned. Think sun-kissed blonde with deeper honey undertones, hazelnut brown spun with fine streaks of gold and copper enhanced with dark woody layers. Whichever color you choose to go with this Fall, be sure to maintain it with EVO Hair Products Care line. The EVO Care line offers products that maintain your new color and repair weak and brittle hair. With EVO, you can feel good about changing your hair! So go ahead and keep up with this Fall’s hair color trends!

                         

The first step in hair care is clean hair. Evo Ritual Salvation Shampoo cleans and strengthens hair and prevents color fading with uva/uvb protection. After shampooing, it’s important to follow up with Evo Ritual Salvation Conditioner to add much needed moisture to your color-treated hair, enhancing shine, and making it easy to run a comb through your hair. This power duo will keep your color-treated hair looking fresh and feeling clean!

Color-treated hair can never have enough moisture, which is why EVO offers the Happy Campers Hard-Working Moisturizer. This lightweight leave-in conditioner with sun protection leaves hair moisturized and increases the pliability and manageability of hair. Even with moisture, hair-dye can damage the proteins in your hair, which is why EVO’s Mane Prescription Protein Treatment is a must. This intense protein reconstructor helps to strengthen hair. In fact, the more it’s used, the stronger your hair becomes! Thanks to EVO’s moisture and protein treatments, there’s no reason to stay the same shade this Fall!

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It’s a new and social web out there

July 5, 2011

From the get-go, we all knew that this was coming. We knew that it was only a matter of time when people would rather not visit websites but instead heavily rely on social media — preferably words that encapsulate everything in 140 words or less. Is it still a searchable type of web out there? Or is the Internet fast becoming a new and social web?

The answer lies on a chart recently published by the Silicon Alley Insider. It showed the seemingly meteoric rise of web users’ consumption in total minutes on Facebook. Compared to the rest of the web, which unfortunately experienced decline in terms of user consumption and visits, Facebook enjoyed (and most probably is still enjoying) a whopping 69 percent growth. So what does that mean? Apart from the fact that it shows that web users are now more into social media, it also shows that if you own a website or a blog, it might be a very good idea by now that you start optimizing for Facebook and other social networking websites. After all, the trend’s clear: if you’re not using the power of social media, be prepared to be at the end of the tail.

The truth of the matter is — everything is interwoven into a deeper, more personal Internet these days. Even if you have the flashiest website and even if you have all the details down pat on your blog, all of those still have to be shared — and with as much personal touch as possible. And this can be done through social media. You can interject your own thoughts and feelings, your own opinions and musings, regardless of how positive or negative these are, via social media. It’s all part of today’s Internet that’s growing and moving with each web user, no matter where he is in the world.

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