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    Date submitted
  • 22-Feb-2012

Mingle Media

Abstract

Mingle Media is a start-up social media marketing agency that has been operating since March 1st, 2012. We provide social media services to small businesses in the North Bay in our mission to stimulate the local economy through social media.

Mingles office is currently held at 8567 Gravenstein Highway, Cotati, CA 94931.

Mingles mailing address is 931 Elsa Ct, Rohnert Park, CA, 94928.

Nicholas Ochoa is the currently sole owner/founder of Mingle Media. Our team consists of Nicholas Ochoa and Engineer Ravishankar Nanjangud

Find Mingle at:

http://facebook.com/MingleMediaCo

http://twitter.com/MingleMediaCo

http://pinterest.com/MingleMedia/

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Who is your customer?

Mingle Media’s will initially focus on targeting small businesses and mobile consumers age 18-45

What problem does this idea/product solve or what market need does it serve?

Small businesses do not have enough time, man power, or money to properly reach out and engage their growing audience of social consumers

What attributes will make this idea/product successful? Why do you believe that those features will create success?

A social dashboard and location based mobile app that allows small businesses to advertise to their customers by creating interactive challenges that mobile users can complete to win coupons and deals

Explain how you (your team) will execute to make this idea/product successful? What gives you (your team) an advantage over others already in the market or new to this market?

development of App & Challenge Builder (2-4 months) INCLUDES: 3 free challenges analytics phone support early adopter option grow user base (brand & consumer) (6-12 months) FROM: Public Relations social graph advertising distribution partners gather user information INCLUDES: brands emails consumer emails social info spending habits Mingle Media is the first social game that rewards users with coupons. Think Foursquare meets Groupon. Businesses can advertise to their mobile audience for free and track the results with the dashboard analytics. Businesses have no risk when using m=Mingle because Mingle only makes money by driving consumers to your business to spend, and mingle doesn't receive anything until a coupon in redeemed.