As the number of young female entrepreneurs continues to rise, the need for companies who provide exceptional digital solutions is on the rise as well.
That is good news all around.
If you are a female college student with big online plans in your future, you should keep your eyes out for future online partners.
Those in the online world know that it is important to stay at the top of your game.
Especially if you have a pet.
One company that continues to garner awards and great reviews is MomentFeed.
MomentFeed’s mission is to empower multi-location businesses to capture more sales through mobile. With a fanatical focus on the success of each one of their clients, they expect to be the best partner you have ever had.
Why use MomentFeed?
We visit their website and they explain, “Managing digital ads, reviews and social media posts for dozens or thousands of business locations is just about impossible. Our clients say that using MomentFeed is like having an entire army of marketers – one focused on each of their locations. Let us help you leverage your online presence, transform your physical business locations into a massive mobile marketing advantage, and drive more sales to every location.”
In terms of encouraging and promoting women, they are very progressive.
On April 3, 2019 it was announced that Kyra Purvis has joined the company as Vice President of Social Solutions. A career expert in digital advertising and consumer marketing strategies, Ms. Purvis brings deep expertise in helping organizations use social media practices to increase engagement at a brand and local level.
Prior to joining MomentFeed, Kyra was an Executive Vice President, Revenue and Partnerships at Brand Networks, managing and expanding the company’s partner relationships at Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other social networks.
She also ran a social media consulting firm, focused on empowering brands to utilize digital marketing and advertising as a strategic and targeted marketing channel.
We look forward to reading about her accomplishments in the near future.
We want to learn more about their customer service. They add, “The majority of customer interactions with your brand now happen on the pages that represent your individual stores, branches or restaurants – not your brand pages.
To turn “local” pages into in-store revenue, you must create scalable, authentic and personalized posts on every local page – across multiple social networks.
Word-of-mouth referrals are still the most valuable form of marketing, and social is a powerful megaphone that broadcasts your customers’ referrals to a wider audience. Social Media Manager will transform your national social campaigns into impactful neighborhood engagement.
Their customers are very happy with them to. Here is a testimonial:
“I’d absolutely recommend MomentFeed. It’s created my own marketing department, my own team. Rather than just being a team of one, I’m a team of 100, helping to make sure that our business stays successful.”…Kessler Pamplin, CEFCO
If you are a pet owner you are going to love the next announcement.
The company seems to be receiving high praises across unique industries probably not often seen as connected, but they are.
The concept for Rover.com was initially presented at the Startup Weekend contest in Seattle, Washington in June 2011, and was the contest’s first-place winner.
Mr. Greg Gottesman, a managing director at Madrona Venture Group, was among the team of software developers and designers who proposed the idea of an “online matchmaking service connecting pet owners in need of pet care with individuals who might want to take care of a canine companion for a few days
The company was founded in 2011 in Seattle, Washington and is formally incorporated under the name A Place for Rover, Inc.
Their organization serves as a broker and takes roughly 22% of each transaction booked through its site.
Their message is very simple and enticing. At their pet friendly website rover.com they smile, “Whether you need in-home dog boarding, pet sitting, dog walking, or day care, Rover connects pet parents with dog people who’ll treat their pets like family.
Rover sitters are your rainy-day-dog-walkers. Your every-day-belly-rubbers. Your tug-of-war players. Your middle-of-the-night-pee-breakers. Because we get it—your dog is family. And when you can’t be there, you can trust us to keep your dog happy, healthy, and sweet as ever.
But it’s not just about dog love. Rover is also an award-winning technology business committed to making pet care safe, easy, and affordable so that everyone can experience the unconditional love of a dog.”
As of September 2016 Rover.com was valued at $300 million.
Very impressive. They are just as impressed with MomentFeed.
MomentFeed Named Among Rover’s Best Dog-Friendly Companies
Human:Canine Ratio is 8:1 at Fur-Friendly Fast-Scaling SaaS Business
SANTA MONICA, Calif., June 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — MomentFeed, the leader in mobile consumer experience management for multi-location brands, joins technology leaders like Google, Amazon, and Salesforce and consumer brands like Petsmart, Clif Bar, and Tito’s as one of the best companies for dog owners. The award was bestowed by Rover, the world’s largest network of pet sitters and dog walkers. The top 100 companies were named to commemorate National Take Your Dog to Work Day on June 21st.
MomentFeed CEO Robert Blatt says, “Ranging from King Charles Cavaliers and Dachshunds to Golden Retrievers and Black Labs, MomentFeed’s ‘kennel’ is considered best-of-breed, as are the humans at the fast-growing company. We’ve created an environment where people are comfortable bringing their fur-babies to work and we provide amenities like healthy dog treats, free samples of new pet products, and clean-up after the occasional mess. The office is also located moments away from Santa Monica’s lovely parks, so owners can easily take their pets out for walks.”
According to Rover, quoting the International Journal of Workplace Health Management, employees with access to pets at work are less stressed and more productive and that people who bring their dogs to work are more satisfied and engaged and tend to stay longer with their employers.
MomentFeed has received awards for its human culture as well. It was named an Inc 5000 Fastest Growing Privately Held Company, a Comparably Best Company, and an LA Business Journal Best Place to Work.
With an integrated management and reporting system spanning mobile search, social media, digital advertising, and customer reputation management, the MomentFeed platform helps continuously and predictably capture more in-store sales for retailers, restaurant chains, banks, and other multi-location businesses. Founded in 2010, it is headquartered in Santa Monica, California. An Inc 5000 Fastest Growing Privately Held Company, it was also named a Comparably Best Company. For more information visit www.momentfeed.com.
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