#FollowFriday These Mobile Marketing Leaders

Today we start a new weekly segment on Mobile Marketing Watch dedicated to the companies and individuals that make the mobile marketing and advertising community so interesting to follow.  If you have any suggestions for great companies or feel we’re leaving someone out, hit us...

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Today we start a new weekly segment on Mobile Marketing Watch dedicated to the companies and individuals that make the mobile marketing and advertising community so interesting to follow.  If you have any suggestions for great companies or feel we’re leaving someone out, hit us up in the comments, tweet us at @mobileMW or shoot us an email at editor[at]mobilemarketingwatch.com.

To start things off, we’re dedicating this week’s post to companies that maintain an engaging presence on Twitter and work to create a community around their brand for fellow mobile marketers.  If you’re interested in learning more about what makes the mobile marketing industry tick — besides being a dedicated reader of MMW — do yourself a favor and follow the collection of industry insiders we’ve compiled below.  Also, if you’d like us to feature you and/or your company, please add a comment below.  We’ll review the type of resources you publish and consider you in future posts.


mobileStom

@mobileStorm

Millennial Media

@millennialmedia

JumpTap

@jumptap

Mobclix

@mobclix

Xtify

@xtify

Bango

@bangodotcom

Cell Trust

@celltrust

Cellit Marketing

@cellit

FlyTXT

@flytxt

Greystripe

@greystripe

HipCricket

@hipcricket

iLoopMobile

@iloopmobile

Knotice

@knotice

Mobivity

@mobivity

Motricity

@motricity

PlacePunch

@placepunch

Vibes Media

@vibes_media

EZTexting

@extexting

Rhythm NewMedia

@rhythmnewmedia

BoomText

@boomtext

Qwasi

@qwasime

ShopSavvy

@shopsavvy

Gowalla

@gowalla

CheckPoints

@checkpoints

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13 comments

  1. Alex

    How about SlickText.com? There are several local companies that have been using their services and I've heard nothing but great things.

  2. Vinnie Fiordelisi

    Justin, would you consider @3Cinteractive (www.3Cinteractive.com ). We are a mobile platform company that provides the technology and services that allow our clients to communicate with their customers regardless of network or device-utilizing SMS, MMS, IVR, mobile web and native apps. Thanks.

    1. JustinMMW

      Hi Vinnie – Absolutely, we've added 3Cinteractive for our next #FollowFriday. Thanks for the comment!

  3. Dawn

    Hi Justin – could you could consider http://www.mediaburst.co.uk tweets @mediaburst.co.uk . Mediaburst provide SMS tools for businesses and SMS promotions for well known brands. Look forward to hearing from you.

    1. JustinMMW

      Hi Dawn – Absolutely, Mediaburst is now on the list for our next #FollowFriday. Thanks for the comment!

  4. Fantasy BBall Dugout

    Please consider Advanced Telecom Services (www.Advancedtele.com) which has been providing interactive telemedia since 1989. Our newest venture Advanced Mobile Solutions (www.advancedmobile.com) is active in the mobile classifieds business with innovative products for real estate and autos. Our current retail site for text message marketing is http://www.84444.com which is highly ranked by the search engines and has an interesting blog (www.84444.com/blog) . As far as education, please check out our Text Message Blog (www.textmessageblog.mobi) which has supplied mobile marketing information since 2006.

    1. JustinMMW

      Hi, thanks for the comment. We'll feature Advanced Telecom on our next #FollowFriday. Do you have a Twitter presence?

  5. Paul Rosenfeld

    Hi guys – This is a great service for readers. May I humbly suggest http://www.Fanminder.com for next Friday's Follow Friday? I'm the CEO. We work hard to provide education for the community across our social channels. I even blog about Mobile Marketing on American Express' Open Forum and Anita Campbell's Small Business Trends blog.

    Best,
    Paul

    1. JustinMMW

      Hi Paul. Absolutely! Fanminder is now on the list for #FollowFriday. Thanks for your comment.

  6. James

    How about http://www.txtlocal.com in the uk. Spearheading mass adoption of SMS as a communication device for all businesses. They have over 70,000 users from churches to restaurants to multinationals.

    1. JustinMMW

      Hi James. Thanks for your comment! TxtLocal is now on the list for #FollowFriday.

  7. JustinMMW

    Hi Gib – Thanks for reaching out! Signal will now be on our next #FollowFriday.

  8. JustinMMW

    Hi Merimubula – We'll be focusing primarily on the US, but will likely feature Orange and Vodafone — among others — in the future. Thanks for your comment.

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