Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Jucie Media, who and where

Who and where is Jucie Media?

Juice Media Worldwide, LLC, a leading provider of on‐demand Marketing 2.0 software services and solutions has moved to new San Diego headquarters at 591 Camino de la Reina on the 11th floor of the prominent Valley Corporate Center building.
Located just 10 minutes from downtown San Diego, the nearly 4,000 square foot state‐of‐the‐art offices are double the size of the previous headquarters. The new office equips Juice Media with enough space for the company to grow its software development and client management staff by an additional 50 percent in 2008.
“Managing rapid growth is always a challenge for successful start‐ups. We evaluated several options for new offices to accommodate our growth and Valley Corporate Center was an ideal location for us,” said Rick Enrico, CEO, Juice Media Worldwide, LLC. ”The office tower’s expansive features and centralized location made it a great solution for our needs as we expand our staff and client roster.” Juice Media employees have access to a number of benefits with the move including an on‐site deli, gym, ocean view offices, and a park next door. The additional meeting space also enables Juice Media to develop even stronger relationships with its clients with more frequent and productive onsite meetings.
About Juice Media Worldwide, LLC:
Based in San Diego, California, with additional offices in Minnesota, Juice Media Worldwide develops JuiceMetrIQs™, a Marketing 2.0 enterprise marketing management platform that is Software as a Service (SAAS) application. JuiceMetrIQs™ streamlines the marketing process by allowing companies to store customer interaction data (sales transactions, demographics, website data, email addresses, etc.) and segment that information to build relevant targeted marketing campaigns. Customer data is housed in a single data warehouse that is tied to a concise central reporting dashboard. JuiceMetrIQs™ provides seamless integrations with top enterprise vendors from online and offline marketing channels such as Email, Direct Mail, SMS Messaging, and Voice Messaging. JuiceMetrIQs™ empowers marketers with the ability to analyze, maximize, and measure cross channel customer purchase behavior across all distributed marketing channels for greater marketing success.
Juice Media Worldwide is a portfolio company of Petters Group Worldwide, which includes companies such as Polaroid, Sun Country Airlines, and
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Press Contact: Morgan Witt

Well, I got this press release the other day, and because I am still trying to build the "a TAMM creation" business, and it lloks like I may forever be in the start-up to beginning building stage, I thought I would look into it.
If I ever get big enough, this looks to be hopefully useful. It would allow the business to track who is buying, what they are buying, what area of the country they are in. That alone looks good to me, it would be able to tell me that my items are popular in the midwest, but not on the west coast, or in the north but not in the south. I mean, to think about how I could them tailor the items based on that alone would be great.
It would also intergrate marketing stragies, which would be cool. I mean right now, I have almost no marketing plan. I really need to sit down and work on exactly where and when I am going to promote the business and to who and to what degree. I mean I have some information on my blog, but my blog is more about family and friends and whatnot than about the business, and then I have a signature on my emails, but that mainly goes to friends and family who already know about the business, so where does marketing come in and how to get the most for the money.
You know, I could see this being great in a larger business, and maybe even some smaller businesses. My little home business is way to small for this, but knowing that it is out there and that I would love to be able to do some of this stuff, gives me another push into looking at and promoting and building the business. I mean, I would love to have a business big enough that I could afford to and have the need to use this. I love the idea of being able to cross-reference buyers by location and order amount and just some many other things. Maybe that is the accounting side of me talking, and is probably why I enjoy bookkeeping so much, but I think this is a neat comcept and would be fun to try. Aside from the fun ideas for me, I can see this being a hugh boost to a business, because I mean really, if you know where your customers are coming from, then you can direct your marketing directly at them instead of wasting money directing it where you don't have customers.

I hope you take the time to check it out if you have a business or know someone who has need. I think it could be worth you time and effort. And I say this all the time, but even if you don't have a business, take a look, it might encourage in a dream of a business you had in the back recesses of your mind, or it might encourage you in other ways to work on your life or your job. I think that is my favorite thing about the internet, the way there is so much out there to look at and to use as inspiration in business and in life.

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