Mogreet, a mobile marketing provider specializing in mobile rich media delivery, has announced a brand new service aimed at helping the billions of pieces of content shared Online everyday via social media and email to be easily shared to mobile devices as well.
Dubbed “moShare,” the new mobile content sharing service is built on top of Mogreet’s rich media messaging platform and allows any type of media, including video, photos, articles, etc. to be easily shared to any mobile device, regardless of wireless carrier or device type. For publishers, integration is as easy as installing a button on your website or blog, similar to social sharing buttons from Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and others. In addition, moShare includes robust analytics and reporting capabilities to allow publishers to see exactly how their content is being shared via the mobile channel.
When a user clicks a moShare button, a small window appears asking the user to enter their name, mobile phone number, a short message and the phone number of the person they want to share the content with. The company said that during a beta test period with some top-tier publishers, moShare garnered an equal percentage of total sharing volume to that of Facebook and Twitter. “By enabling mobile sharing across online and mobile properties, publishers have the opportunity to increase the sharing of their content by 25 percent, grow their mobile audience, and drive the highest quality of referral traffic back to their websites and applications,” Mogreet said in its press release.
“We’re very excited, because moShare is the world’s most powerful sharing technology,” explained James Citron, CEO of Mogreet. “Facebook and Twitter are great when a consumer wants to send a message to hundreds of acquaintances, but when publishers and brands are looking to harness the power of intimate 1:1 relationships with over 95 percent open-rates on the content being shared, moShare is their only option.”
To give moShare a test drive, Mogreet has setup a demo page to test how users can share videos, images, music and articles. For you publishers out there, they’ve setup a page to offer a variety of ways to integrate moShare into your website or blog, including a plugin for WordPress, a widget for Blogger and HTML integration for any other site. For custom integration, there’s even the possibility to utilize Open Graph tags and custom moShare tags.