“It’s pretty exciting to see how people are really taking to Socialseek and the value it brings to brands,” said Jaafer Haidar, co-founder of Sensidea.
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 24, 2011
Sensidea Corporation, the industry’s leading provider of socially mobile software solutions for today’s brands, today unveiled Socialseek, the industry’s first branded social aggregation dashboard for customer and fan engagement (http://www.socialseek.com) at TechCrunch Disrupt.
Socialseek enables any kind of brand, including companies, celebrities, sports teams, universities and more, to provide one web destination for customers and fans that combine all social activity and web content, making it easier to engage a brand’s audience and for fans to stay abreast of news of their favorite brands.
Today, every brand, from auto to events, have taken to social media channels like Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube, to engage fan bases and build brand popularity which takes those fans away from their own branded web pages to third-party sites where they lose control of the experience and attention. Socialseek solves this problem by providing one destination for all web activity and social media content. Socialseek helps fans and customers easily stay connected with their favorite brands, while the brand controls the experience, advertising, encourages engagement, enables fans to share content back to Twitter and Facebook which strengthens popularity and reach.
Socialseek, generally available today, has been in private beta for 90 days prior to its launch. During private beta, results showed that communities powered by Socialseek showed people spending an average of 10-15 minutes directly engaging with a brand.
There are currently over 500 Socialseek branded pages, some created by Sensidea and others by brands and users. A Socialseek Pro™ subscription allows brands to take advantage of all the platform has to offer including advertising and marketing opportunities. Future plans include allowing brands to buy keywords to further drive interested users based on topic.
“It’s pretty exciting to see how people are really taking to Socialseek and the value it brings to brands,” said Jaafer Haidar, co-founder of Sensidea. “It’s been a fun product to bring to life and we’re excited to bring it to the world at Techcrunch Disrupt and peak the interest of some of the best in the industry.”
Sensidea Corporation (http://www.sensidea.com) is a social & mobile software company creating innovative products and solutions through leading cross-platform technology. All Sensidea products focus on intuitive yet powerful experiences to ensure broad reach and high engagement and ROI. Sensidea is based in London, Ontario Canada. For more information visit http://www.sensidea.com.
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