Lost Your Social Edge? Try JugnooMe

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I made the above video at the suggestion of JugnooMe

Normally I am skeptical of web-based solutions like Klout and PostRank that claim to make better social media voices. When my friend and colleague Danny Brown announced JugnooMe, a web based solution that “levels the playing field for the benefit of all,” I opened my mind. JugnooMe promises that small business and nonprofits can use the solution to optimize and further their social presence.

When I started using the application, I was impressed. The list of JugnooMe tasks were strong suggestions that based on my experiences would strengthen a brand’s presence with real community.

It was also a bit disconcerting. See, it made me realize how sloppy and indifferent I have become about my social presence. The tasks were a bit of cold water in the face, and I could see that I had been coasting for a long time. So I started responding more frequently on social networks, and in blogs.

Granted, it’s really hard for me to do all of these tasks. I still have a day job that’s only tangentially related to my personal writings and presence. Most importantly, I have a young daughter who deserves my attention first. That being said, when I decide to pick up my online presence, I am checking JugnooMe’s suggestions.

One thing JugnooMe offers that newer voices will like is a comprehensive suite of solutions. This includes the dashboard, integration of social media channels, it’s own interfaces into these destinations, and analytics. Personally, I’m mostly set in my ways with the tools I already use, but I did think these features could be useful to others.

“Feedback so far has been mostly positive, which is always nice to hear when you go ‘public’, even if that’s public as in an open beta,” said Danny Brown. “Users seem to really enjoy the simplicity of the all-in-one-place approach, as well as the less intensive userface. We can improve – our plugin install process, for example, is one area we’re looking to streamline. But overall we’re pleased with the reaction so far, and we’ll continue to listen to our users, to make sure we keep improving with every release.”

The analytics package is interesting and highly visual. While anyone with Google Analytics may find the traditional package to be comprehensive, this does parse the data differently, and relies on graphs to tell your data story.

Overall, JugnooMe is worth your social media management time, whether you are new, struggling or experienced. At a minimum, JugnooMe will give you a couple of new worthwhile ideas.

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  • http://spinsucks.com Gini Dietrich

    I really love the analytics piece of it, too. I’ve had it on Spin Sucks for a couple of weeks now and, like you, can’t get through all the tasks, but I think it’s a really good template for small businesses and NFPs to work from. And I don’t think that just because they’re a client and Danny is a friend. 

    • http://twitter.com/geoffliving Geoff Livingston

       Yeah, I was pleasantly surprised by the analytics. Not what I was expecting, but I do intend to browse in their and learn more as I can.

  • http://dannybrown.me/ Danny Brown

    Hey there Geoff,

    Thanks so much for the kind words and overview, and really appreciate your support and thoughts so far.

    We’re definitely trying to keep things simple, since the simpler we can make things for our users, the more they can concentrate on the things that matter – you know, like sales, customers, etc. ;-)

    It’s very early days, and we have a bunch of stuff to add in the coming months that I think will surprise people, while solidifying the toolsets and apps we’re already providing.

    For example, we just launched our UnoMomento app in the iTunes store today:


    We’relooking to release more products in the coming months that will tie into each other in a sensible way, and meet our users’ needs no matter what platform they’re on.

    Cheers again, sir, really appreciated!

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