Mobile and Social Behavior Sparks a Narrowcast Movement

In this age of social networking, social platforms users are becoming bombarded by constant status updates from friends and acquaintances as well as news from articles from influencers and media outlets. As this noise diminishes the attention span of  Facebook and Twitter users, it’s is becoming increasingly harder to share news with friends and expect them to see it and respond.

So what do you do?  Email info to your friend?  No way, that inbox is even more crowded!  To make sure your friends receive the articles, videos, and pictures you want them to see, consider sending them a text message.  If it is web based content, why not use Mogreet’s free moShare button to simply share web content directly into their text inboxes?  Easy to use, just download the web browser bookmarklet and start sharing today.

Is mobile web-to-text sharing effective?  Yes!  As you can see in the Narrowcast vs. Broadcast infographic, the emerging consumer trend is to limit the visibility of their personal information, with consumers opting to share it privately, with only a few, core friends. moShare is a perfect tool for all internet users. Learn more about moShare.

See the Mashable article covering this infographic.

Narrowcast Broadcast Sharing mobile social

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21 Responses to Mobile and Social Behavior Sparks a Narrowcast Movement

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  13. This is a great infographic, I’ve shared it and curated it on my blog.

    • Mogreet says:

      Thanks Sandy! We think it’s just the beginning of the conversation about how mobile marketing ROI should really earn more effort and attention in comparison to all of the hype about social media. Each medium has its own place in the marketing mix. We’re glad you like it 🙂

      – Jackie

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  20. Bock & Assoc says:

    I agreed with this because of social platforms it`s harder to share news with friends and expect them to see it and respond. Even the mail inbox also crowded. But the web browser bookmarklet makes easy to share news. Thanks for explaining the concept with significant graphical representations.

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