MJG Social Media - We socialize for you!
Social Media: Media platforms on the web that allow interpersonal interaction.
Why Use Social Media like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube?
Some staggering social media facts from 2010. For example: years to reach audience of 50million- Radio 38 yrs, TV 13 yrs, Internet 4 yrs, iPod 3 yrs. Facebook reached 100million in less than 9 months.
People no longer allow advertising to interrupt their lives. In the past consumers were required to listen to advertising on the radio, watch countless ads on TV and view numerous ads in newspapers and magazines. Today, the internet, DVR/TiVo, mp3's, satellite radio, ability to delete unread email and countless other means allow prospective clients to pass over your message. Therefore, advertisers must talk with people, not at them. Social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter allow organizations to do just that, by posting non-intrusive brief messages to spark and maintain individual and community interest, with links to further information, place your organization on the forefront of digital marketing.
To accomplish this, MJG Social Media harnesses social media, using sites such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube as a public relations and marketing tool to present your school, business or organization in the best possible light on the internet. With over 500 million members on Facebook, 180 million unique Twitter visitors everyday and 2 billion YouTube videos viewed daily, you cannot afford not to have a social media presence. On top of that, there are dozens more social media sites, with new ones appearing constantly. MJG Social Media follows all of these sites to determine which ones will emerge as the latest and most appropriate for maintaining a social networking presence.
Organizations need a social media presence. The more individuals interact with organizations, the more likely they will see that organization in a positive light. This means increased parental involvement for schools and increased sales for businesses. The more conversations, the more new relationships begin and existing relationships are cultivated. In addition, monitoring positive and negative feedback improves service and quickly responding to false rumors and criticisms allows your organization to control the spread of negative messages while redirecting your base to the positive aspects of your organization.