When you have the population of a big city like Toronto discovering, posting and sharing events around the clock, it creates dozens of targeted, high impact word of mouth marketing campaigns circulating at any given time.
Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) February 17, 2010
HyperLocalLive.com a new media startup that promises to change the way events are discovered and shared in cities across North America, is launching this week. HyperLocalLive.com is a free service that enables real time posting and word of mouth sharing of information through social media networks.
Users of HyperLocalLive.com endorsing and sharing event information through Twitter, Facebook and Buzz are directly contributing to their neighborhood’s sustainability. “Events shared through social media can reach hundreds, and even thousands of eyes literally in a matter of seconds. When you have the population of a big city like Toronto discovering, posting and sharing events around the clock, it creates dozens of targeted, high impact word of mouth marketing campaigns circulating at any given time.” said Pierre Hage, one of the founders and president of HyperLocalLive.com.
Long after Tweets have been sent, messages have been Buzzed and Facebook statuses have been updated, HyperLocalLive.com events remain searchable on the web and on popular Twitter clients such as Tweet Deck and Seesmic. To drive traffic to their events, businesses, event planners and non-profits using the service are encouraged to include some type of special incentive that will entice users to share with their social networks.
HyperLocal Live is a new media information company dedicated to improving the free flow and sharing of real time, hyper local information for all.