Engage In Customer Conversations With JamiQ’s Monitor Everything Feature

March 26, 2014

For a brand, monitoring brand conversations on social media is more than just counting the number of likes or Twitter mentions. The ultimate goal of brand social media monitoring is to understand where and how the brand consumers are engaged with the brand through social media and engage the consumers at the right moment with the right message. That’s why JamiQ provides your brand with our Monitor Everything feature!

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JamiQ knows that 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. 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.

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Consumers often engage with multiple social networks simultaneously. They also cross reference messages within the social networks. On Twitter, tweets often contain links to other social networks including Youtube.com, Facebook, Instagram, Vine, and Pinterest. This shows that when tweeting, people also share images, videos, or updates present in other social networks. By monitoring content shared across social networks with the help of JamiQ, brands can explore what content is being cross-shared and what media type is being used. Brand’s can then use these findings to construct messages in various forms that cater to different social networks. JamiQ’s Monitor Everything feature lets you know where your customers talk about you and your competitors so you can strengthen brand engagement across all social networks.

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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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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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It’s A Wrap! Using Video To Connect With Your Audience

March 3, 2013

Using video content to market your business may seem a little daunting, but it is certainly a more engaging and popular medium compared to text and images alone. As popularity of video sites such as YouTube and Vimeo continue to soar, let’s look at some considerations in using video to propel your business towards success.

Video is much more than just filming yourself. Consider many of the options available: clever combination of text and voice over, screen captures to make a product tutorial, slideshows of images with music. For video content, your imagination is the limit!

The ways you approach a video is dependent on your target audience, so first you must be armed with a game plan:

  • Who is your target audience?
  • What is your budget?
  • What is the message you want to convey?
  • What call-to-action do you want them to take at the end of the video?

Video experts can help you produce high quality videos suitable for commercial purposes. On the other hand, just a personal device like iPhone will be sufficient for a younger audience on social platforms.

Once you have your video, upload it to sites like YouTube or Vimeo. Make sure your videos are accompanied with suitable keyword-rich titles, descriptions, and tags so that users can easily search for your videos. YouTube also offers advanced options such as embedding links and providing subtitles onto your video to make it even more easily accessible.

Finally, remember to share your videos on your website, Facebook, and other social media platforms. With videos, you have the option to embed them directly onto your sites so that users can play the video and engage directly with it without leaving the webpage.

And the best way to get started? Just start filming!

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Yes, you too can be a video star!

November 8, 2011

With the advent of the digital era, more and more people now want to maximize the power of technology, the Internet and related resources in order to promote their clients, their businesses, their skills or even themselves! Not a surprise, actually, considering that a lot of people have experienced fame and even fortune just because they posted a blog entry somewhere, posted a really nice photo or come up with a video that has all the makings of a viral hit.

Just take the case of this video by Peter Rixham, a self-confessed medieval history specialist who also happens to love cooking and food. In the video, which can be accessed at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHZLbLdxuTw, Peter shared his love and passion for medieval history. He talked about exactly why he loved it and what fascinated him about it. He even went around asking people about certain medieval characters and other interesting trivia. As a result, people saw how much of an expert he was and how much he just loved the topic. That helped concretize Peter’s expertise, not to mention fervent passion, over medieval history. He has, in many aspects, turned into a video star!

Peter’s video is a clear indication that not only is it easy and advisable to share your talents, skills and knowledge about a certain issue through the power of the Internet, it is also a great and fun way to interact with others and be a video star in your own right. Everyone can be a video star – all it takes is a cam, an Internet connection, your knowledge and a smile!

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Business in trouble? Social media can come to the rescue!

July 21, 2011

Are you an entrepreneur? Did your business recently encounter a nasty problem that has started to catch a lot of fire online? Need fast, cost-efficient damage control? While good PR is most likely every person’s go-to in trying times, it might interest you that social media can also be your best friend. In fact, if you have the right approach for social media, if you try and embrace it and its power and perhaps if you have a good social media agency to help you, then you’re in good hands. Here’s why.

Unlike traditional PR where you may encounter polite denials from writers and editors, technicalities in terms of press releases and of course, face the possibility of pitching/offering more because your competitor may be offering something along the lines of what you have, social media is powered by the most important group of people – the consumers themselves. These individuals have access to social media, they have access to the wide range of channels and tools that more often than not, you have no other choice but to face the problem head on, fuel the fire with fire, provide apology when needed and counter the problem with nothing but reassurance.

Just take the case of KFC Malaysia where two videos purportedly showed something negative. What the food chain did was immediately tap the power of Facebook and provided the platform for their consumers to air their grievances. As expected, the Facebook page was flooded with complaints but while this was going on, the food chain was also busy creating videos that addressed the problems head on. The videos presented pretty visuals – clean kitchens, great, smiling staff, accommodating manager – plus the reassurance that they only practise professionalism. The social media campaign proved to be very effective. Needless to say, the complaints died down, people started to trust the food chain again and everything just went back to normal as if nothing major happened. Given these, it’s pretty difficult to say if the same results can be achieved if the food chain went through traditional PR.

The point is – social media is easily accessible and it’s there for the taking. You just really need to harness its power. And once you know how to do this, business will be easy breezy.

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Consumers lead and business follows

April 16, 2009

Business is migrating to digital strategies at an amazing rate. This territory once only for friends and family is becoming the new hot bed for businesses to stretch their ad budget and reach their illusive consumers. Find out more. http://prosperity-research.blogspot.com/2009/04/consumers-lead-and-business-follows.html