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Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) Aims to Streamline Personal Branding with FRAME

December 2, 2016

Before the opening bell, Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI) issued an update on its FRAME social media management technology, providing some additional insight into how the platform can be used to streamline personal branding efforts for both individuals and businesses. The news release highlights the importance of establishing and maintaining a presence on social media in order to accomplish a variety of goals. Whether created to stay connected, meet new people, get the word out about a new business or run for public office, maintaining an effective online presence is made easier with Agora’s recently launched FRAME technology.

“The boundary between online and offline branding is disappearing, and FRAME is here to help everyone navigate this new hybrid universe,” Dan Terziev, chief executive officer of Agora, stated in this morning’s news release. “FRAME is designed to meet the needs of consumers and businesses who use multiple social media websites and platforms on a daily basis by providing a dashboard from which they are all accessible.”

The FRAME social media app was originally launched in September of this year, when Agora made the platform available to 1,000 users from leading universities and colleges in Toronto, Canada. Shortly after that announcement, FRAME was made available on Google Play, putting it at the fingertips of millions of Android users worldwide. The app is currently integrated with some of the most widely-used social media platforms on the market, including Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, and the company has alluded to future plans for integration with a number of other popular social media services, including LinkedIn, Google+, YouTube and Tumblr.

In a separate update released in late October, Agora outlined plans to expand the business-use capabilities of FRAME by continuing to fine-tune the technology in order to provide enhanced production-increase capabilities. The strategy will likely prove instrumental to the growth of Agora’s social media management platform, particularly as adoption of FRAME ramps up in the coming months, driven by Agora’s aggressive pricing model. Unlike many of its competitors, FRAME is currently available at no charge for non-commercial users.

According to a study by Pew Research (http://dtn.fm/cD2DJ), roughly 52 percent of online adults currently use two or more social media sites, and Statista forecasts that the number of worldwide social media users will eclipse 2.5 billion by 2018 (http://dtn.fm/1vXgU). Despite these totals, the market for social media management platforms remains relatively untapped. Simply Measured estimates that just 22 percent of businesses currently use dedicated social media measurement platforms (http://dtn.fm/02Fqf). Through the continued refinement of its FRAME technology, Agora will look to capitalize on this market potential while increasing the efficiency with which users establish and maintain online presences that reflect their branding goals.

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Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) – Framing the Narrative for Social Brands

December 1, 2016

The human imagination is capable of incredibly brilliant creations, including the technological innovations that Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI) is developing to create tools that can help people and companies save time and improve performance, all while publishing more content.

Agora Holdings, together with subsidiary Geegle Media and its affiliates, is a global family entertainment and media enterprise with five business segments: consumer products, interactive media, media networks, studio entertainment and television.

Agora Holdings engages in the development of bespoke software applications from its base in North York, Canada. Agora and its subsidiary Geegle Media are committed to delivering media products to fulfill the growing needs for social, TV on Demand and data storage applications, as well as other optimizing software solutions. By fully embracing innovation, Agora brings together the best elements of media and technology to create the finest online and entertainment experiences.

In recent months, Geegle Media has focused on enhancing and advancing its FRAME social media management platform to enable optimal use by businesses, public relations firms and investor relations agencies.

FRAME’s singular technology allows companies to use an intuitive, comprehensive dashboard to publish brand-relevant messages to multiple social media accounts, effectively enabling them to build campaigns in a faster, easier and more efficient way. FRAME also offers scheduled publishing, which can contribute significantly to an organization’s bottom line. It saves time and money by releasing content in a manner best suited for the strategic objectives of an organization.

FRAME’s advanced features, which include comprehensive reporting, measurement of campaign success via social media performance and engagement and customer care tools, offer insight into how many times content is reposted and monitor social media mentions and brand-related conversations. These unique publishing and monitoring capabilities make the platform ideal for companies looking for more convenient and efficient ways to interact with their customers, track and measure the performance of their social media campaigns and execute the strategic distribution of their branded content.

FRAME is already integrated with leading social networks such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, and operating on Android, iOS and Windows systems. Geegle Media is also working to integrate the platform with LinkedIn, Google+, YouTube and Tumblr.

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Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) Contributes to Organizational Bottom Lines with FRAME

November 22, 2016

The bottom line is the net earnings of an organization, which most companies try and improve by growing revenue and increasing efficiency. There are many ways of doing this, and social media has become an ever increasing factor that companies are continuously learning about and expanding on. Most companies today have some form of social media strategy that helps them connect and engage successfully with their target markets.

Most social media strategies include identifying business goals, setting marketing objectives, identifying target markets, doing research into the competition, choosing which platforms are best suited, creating a content strategy, establishing a budget and securing the necessary resources to maintain the strategy.

Aside from improving sales and increasing traffic, 66% of marketers who spend just six hours a week on social media see benefits in their lead generation, and almost half of these people see their marketing costs drop, according to Hubspot (http://dtn.fm/91Zm3). However, until recently, companies have been running their social media platforms separately. This means they have been required to spend a certain amount of time on each platform to ensure they are being maintained to the standards of their strategies.

FRAME, a new social media management software for businesses, introduced to the market by Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI), is a technology that allows organizations to use a single dashboard to manage every aspect of their social media platforms. Aside from being able to publish brand-relevant messages to all accounts, companies can build campaigns more quickly and efficiently. This, in turn, cuts costs while allowing for further growth and deeper interaction.

In addition to a range of customer care tools, analytics, and reporting, the social media management software contributes hugely to an organization’s bottom line, saving it time and money. FRAME allows businesses to publish content that is not only relevant but also fits in perfectly with strategic objectives. FRAME is currently integrated with Twitter (NYSE: TWTR), Facebook (NASDAQ: FB), and Instagram, and it is now being explored for integration with LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD), Google+ (NASDAQ: GOOG; GOOGL), YouTube, and Tumblr (NASDAQ: YHOO).

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The Benefits of Social Media Marketing with FRAME from Agora Holdings (AGHI)

November 16, 2016

A report from the influential Pew Research Center on Social Media Usage: 2005 – 2015 (http://dtn.fm/CMs6K) has discovered that ‘65% of adults now use social networking sites – a nearly tenfold jump in the past decade’. The Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping America and the world. Social networking sites have created a parallel world that is beginning to rival the physical one, a trend that is only likely to grow. These changing dynamics are opening up novel approaches that marketers and promoters might take. And to help them do so effectively, Agora Holdings (OTC: AGHI), parent company of Geegle Media, has introduced a social media management tool called FRAME.

The Social Media Marketing Industry Report 2015 (http://dtn.fm/r75VU) published by the Social Media Examiner recently surveyed over 3,700 marketing professionals. The findings are revealing. Ninety percent (90%) of respondents felt that ‘their social media efforts have generated more exposure for their businesses.’ Seventy-seven percent (77%) saw their ‘traffic’ increase. Presumably, traffic here refers to online visitors. About equal numbers of the marketers surveyed reported that they used social media to nurture fans and followers (69%) and to gain marketplace intelligence (68%).

The results from social media marketing appear to be substantial. Some sixty-five percent (65%) said they were able to generate leads from those who responded to their social media efforts. In addition, fifty-one percent (51%) reported improved sales. Fifty-eight percent (58%) saw their search rankings improve, while fifty-five percent (55%) were able to develop business partnerships because of their social media outreach. The effects of social media marketing also had a more direct impact on the bottom line. Half of those surveyed claimed marketing costs fell because of their foray into social media.

Many marketers (66%) believe Twitter (NYSE: TWTR), LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD) and YouTube are the best channels for their social outreach efforts. Ninety-three percent (93%) use Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) at present, and sixty-two percent (62%) plan to increase their activities on that platform. Facebook and LinkedIn are the two most important social networks for marketers. When allowed to only select one platform, 52% of marketers selected Facebook, followed by LinkedIn at 21%.

This data unveils a brave new world not unlike the one in The Tempest. Like Miranda in the Shakespearean classic, we may be unaware of the dark side. Nevertheless, there is no turning back now. We have crossed the Rubicon.

FRAME is a social media management platform that is particularly ideal for investor relations and public relations firms. From a single dashboard, a promoter can publish brand-relevant messages to all of an organization’s corporate social media accounts and so enable the company to build campaigns in a faster, more efficient and easier way. FRAME also offers a number of advanced functions. With it, social media return on investment (ROI) can be measured, for example. At present, FRAME is integrated with a number of leading social networks, including Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Work is underway to integrate the platform, which is available on Android, iOS and desktop, with LinkedIn, Google+, YouTube and Tumblr.

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Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) Issues Update Regarding Ongoing Development of FRAME Technology

October 28, 2016

Earlier today, Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI), parent company of Geegle Media, announced plans to update its FRAME social media management software in order to streamline production capabilities for business users. By integrating its TECH workflow management tool with FRAME, the company aims to develop a comprehensive business management software solution. This planned move will effectively transition frame from the private market to a unique “do it yourself” tool that helps small and medium-sized businesses manage and monitor workflow, workforce, warehouses and billing while reducing overall costs.

“We are excited to introduce new features to our TECH platform, specifically as it relates to our business users,” Danail Terziev, chief executive officer of Agora, stated in this morning’s news release. “The updated version is laden with rich reporting modules that helps management to move company in right direction.”

Originally launched in September of this year, FRAME differentiates itself from the competition by offering free use for non-commercial users. In an effort to provide the best experience possible to both free and paid users, FRAME also offers an extensive reporting system that allows users to monitor the performance metrics of each of their posts quickly and easily, giving them an opportunity to more actively engage with followers, friends and other target audiences.

FRAME is currently available for Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) and Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) users, and Agora has already announced plans to integrate additional social media networks into the platform moving forward. The app can be downloaded for Android devices from Google Play or by visiting Frame.ms.

In addition to its ongoing development of the FRAME platform, Agora has also announced a number of other projects that are currently underway. In a news release issued last month, the company highlighted its development pipeline, which includes a variety of consumer portals such as GeegLe.TV, 1000Salads.com, LobbyTV.ca and jobs-quest.com. This morning’s update included news of yet another project currently under development by Agora, an email platform. According to the news release, the new platform, GeegLe.Me, is expected to roll-out at the beginning of next year. Similar to FRAME, GeegLe.Me will be free for personal use and paid for business.

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Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) Understanding the Importance of Social Media Management with FRAME

October 6, 2016

Keeping up with the ever-changing world of marketing technology is not easy, but it’s necessary for businesses to continue to grow. One aspect of marketing that continues to evolve is social media, and social media managers must continuously adapt. Mobile social media, visual social media, and social media strategies are just some of the things that professionals need to track and integrate with their own marketing requirements. This has become the year of social media management, and every social media channel needs to be managed with a specific strategy in mind.

Fortunately, there are now software and applications that can relieve some of the pressure on social media managers, allowing all channels to be managed from a single computer screen. As the importance of social media management has grown, so has the importance of the tools used to manage it. But many people do not understand the full extent of social media management and how these tools can help them achieve goals.

Social media management software is used for a number of reasons, but basically it allows businesses to efficiently keep up with social engagement and manage customer relationships. Social media management tools enable companies to streamline team collaboration and increase social accountability. This means that businesses have an extra level of security and are less susceptible to hackers. With this type of software, businesses are equipped with a range of analytical tools that not only analyze social performance but also share reports with stakeholders.

FRAME is a social media management application from Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI) and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Geegle Media. FRAME allows businesses to take their social media campaigns to the next level. The application enables users to manage all social media channels in one place, schedule posts, follow partners and competitors, and generate professional infographic reports.

FRAME is the perfect social media management app for businesses wanting to engage with customers more effectively. The app is currently free for non-commercial users, a major differentiating factor in the market. FRAME is available for download at Frame.ms. It is currently targeting the Android app marketplace with the release for iOS devices coming soon.

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Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) Offers Update Following Launch of FRAME Social Media Management App

September 26, 2016

Before the opening bell, Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI), parent company of Geegle Media, offered prospective shareholders an update on its current and future endeavors, including the recent launch of its FRAME social media management application, anticipated future developments related to the FRAME platform and additional projects that are currently underway. Notably, the company announced the availability of FRAME to the general public, building on its limited launch of the platform earlier this month. The app is currently available for download at Frame.ms and on the Android app marketplace, Google Play. Agora expects to release FRAME for iOS devices sometime next week.

“Thus far, 2016 has been a year of exponential growth and realization of core technologies,” Dan Terziev, chief executive officer of Geegle Media, stated in this morning’s news release. “With FRAME now available on the market, we will continue to develop the application, as well as other products in our pipeline, to cater to the growing consumer trend toward hyper-connectivity spurred by innovations in digital communication.”

As a social media management tool, FRAME allows users to streamline the process of posting and viewing content across multiple social media platforms from a single, secure application. FRAME is available for free for non-commercial users and currently features integration with Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) and Facebook (NASDAQ: FB). Agora has already outlined plans to introduce additional social media platforms to FRAME moving forward, such as Alphabet’s (NASDAQ: GOOG; GOOGL) Google+. Other updates currently in the works include enhanced image management, advanced filters, reporting options and unique marketing campaign models.

Agora is also continuing to advance development on a number of other projects. As part of one such project, the company intends to integrate FRAME with its TECH workflow management tool, effectively creating a full business management solution that helps automotive and telecommunications providers better leverage their existing resources in order to target the right customers with the right campaigns.

Other projects in Agora’s pipeline include its GeegLe.TV, 1000Salads.com and LobbyTV.ca consumer portals. These web-based platforms will offer content and information regarding various topics to consumers, giving merchants an additional channel through which to reach potential customers. With 1000Salads.com, for example, Agora aims to offer nutritional information to a community of health and fitness conscious individuals. Users of this platform are expected to have access to expert nutritional advice and healthy recipes. Agora has also alluded to plans regarding an ecommerce market for health and fitness on the 1000Salads.com site.

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Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) Announces Launch of FRAME Social Media Management App

September 12, 2016

Before the opening bell, Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI), through subsidiary Geegle Media, announced the public launch of its FRAME social media management app. The app, which is designed as an organizational tool for the management of popular social media and subscription-based accounts, will be offered to roughly 1,000 users from leading universities and colleges in Toronto, Canada, in the coming days before being made available for download on both the App Store and Google Play. Notably, FRAME will be offered for free to non-commercial users, giving it a competitive advantage over existing apps in the market, which typically require payment of a recurring fee.

“We are excited to bring to market the highly anticipated FRAME social app,” Dan Terziev, chief executive officer of Geegle Media, stated in this morning’s news release. “The need for simplified digital communication is unarguable, and Agora Holdings is pleased to be at the forefront of the next evolution within this market.”

A quick look at social media statistics reiterates Terziev’s point. According to a report by Aberdeen (http://nnw.fm/m7ByK), about 84 percent of B2B marketers currently employ some form of social media, and 59 percent of marketers use social media for six hours or more each week. These efforts span a number of social media platforms. Roughly 75 percent of businesses claimed that Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) was critical to their business in a 2012 report by HubSpot (http://nnw.fm/i1JUJ). Meanwhile, 46 percent of all marketers used LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD) to find customers in 2013, and 36 percent of all marketers used Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) to find customers during the same year.

FRAME is designed to help these marketers make the most of their advertising efforts by offering a single hub through which they can easily and simultaneously manage multiple social media accounts. From a single source, FRAME users are able to view feeds and content from a variety of social media networks, post new content across all of their social media accounts or select certain accounts through which to publish fresh information. These unique publishing capabilities make the FRAME social media app ideal for businesses, public relations firms and investor relations agencies in search of a more effective way to engage customers, track social media campaign performance and consistently execute the strategic distribution of branded content.

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Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) Measuring Businesses Campaign Success via Social Media Performance with FRAME

July 27, 2016

Social media analysis has become key to online success for organizations of all sizes. Without the use of social media analytics, companies are unable to establish where they stand in the virtual world. Aside from this, companies are able to use such analytics to engage and communicate with customers more efficiently. Social media analysis allows organizations to have a deeper understanding of how their audiences are interacting with their brands. With this, they can tailor their social media platforms to customer requirements, allowing them to attract a broader audience, receive more impressions, and generate higher conversion rates.

Social media monitoring and analytics enable organizations to diagnose, prioritize, and evaluate their strategies. Today, it is not enough to simply monitor the number of likes and shares you get on Facebook (NASDAQ: FB), Twitter (NYSE: TWTR), or other social platforms. Now, companies are able to measure virtually anything they want. The most important and popular metrics to analyze include: conversions, reach, engagement, impressions, audience growth rate, visits vs. organic visits, referral traffic, influence scores and bounce rates. Many marketers use dozens of analytical tools at one time.

Each social media platform today offers some form of analytical tool. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD), Google+ (NASDAQ: GOOGL), and Pinterest have dashboards entitled “analytics” or “insights” on their pages. Each platform works slightly differently, but nearly all allow admins to see stats for posts, reach, likes, mentions, impressions, shares (or retweets), and so on. Analytics for each page has been made easier by third parties such as Google Analytics, Buffer, Social Analytics, and many others. However, how do you decide which analytics tools are right for your company’s social media campaigns? It is hard to determine what numbers are most important when everything is scattered across all your platforms.

FRAME social media management software by Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI), has been optimized for the use of businesses, public relations firms, and investor relations agencies worldwide. This unique platform gives companies ease-of-use thanks to a single dashboard that publishes all messages relevant to an organization’s corporate social media accounts. Aside from this unique opportunity to gather information through one page, FRAME offers features to enhance customer care and engagement. With FRAME, businesses not only measure the direct success of their social media campaigns, they also gain insight into relevant social media mentions, content that is shared, and conversion rates.

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With FRAME from Agora Holdings (AGHI), SMEs can win Fans and Influence Followers on Social Media

July 25, 2016

Agora Holdings (OTC: AGHI) is combining old concepts and new tools with FRAME, its social media management platform. This is not surprising, judging from the company’s name. The agora in ancient Greece was an assembly of people conducting political business. The term later came to describe the location where such assemblies took place, more often than not the marketplace. There’s more to the appellation than geography, however. The root meaning of agora is ‘to gather together’, which is exactly what FRAME does. FRAME gathers together all of your social media accounts on one dashboard. Through FRAME, businesses can speak to the people.

The modern marketplace is democratic. We vote with our purchases, and every one of us can participate. No one is excluded. In addition, we do participate, and to a greater extent than in political elections, since, at the very least, necessities must be procured. The evolution of this democratic process in the Western world began, it is thought, in ancient Greece. Direct participation by citizens was easier and more manageable in the Greek city-states, of course, with their populations numbering in the tens of thousands. However, as cities grew larger, practicing that form of direct democracy grew increasingly difficult. Today, in our cities with their millions, public assembly would be a logistics nightmare to begin with, and a crowd of a million or more could, probably, never be an effective decision-making body. But information technology has changed the social fabric. Now practically everyone has access to ‘the system’. Now everyone, including small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), can make their voices heard.

‘101 Ways Local Businesses Can Leverage Social Media’ (http://nnw.fm/MP3ii) offers some useful ideas of how to do this. Appearing at the top of the list, understandably, is advice to maintain a blog. In the second spot is the admonition to add social sharing tools to the blog. Often overlooked, this is a great idea. A click or two from an enthusiastic fan or customer can increase readership by the hundreds. The third piece of advice is to ‘focus on viral content creation’. Content, as the saying goes, is king. The fourth suggestion is a reminder to update regularly, and the first quintet of ‘101 Ways’ is completed with ‘publicize your social network profiles everywhere’.

Agora Holdings’ Geegle Media subsidiary continues to advance its FRAME platform, which enables companies to use a centralized dashboard to conveniently distribute brand-relevant messages to all of the organization’s social media networks. This unique publishing capability, among other features, makes the platform ideal for businesses, public relations firms, and investor relations agencies looking for effective ways to engage customers, track and measure social media campaign performance, and execute the strategic distribution of branded content. Geegle Media developers are currently addressing minor issues discovered in FRAME’s pre-release to a subset of the public.

Agora Holdings, Inc., together with its subsidiary Geegle Media and affiliates, is a leading diversified international family entertainment and media enterprise with five business segments: media networks, TV, studio entertainment, consumer products and interactive media.

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Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) Engages Bart and Associates, LLC Ahead of Planned Uplisting

July 14, 2016

Before the opening bell, Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI) reiterated its intentions to uplist to the OTCQB Venture Market in the coming months. In line with this goal, the company has signed an engagement letter with Bart and Associates, LLC, a Denver-area law firm specializing in securities and investment-related law, outlining plans to commence preparation of a Form 10 Registration Statement, followed by ongoing quarterly and annual reports and 8-K filings. When this process is completed, Agora will be positioned to offer continuous reporting and improved transparency to its shareholders and the investment community at large.

“The company is excited about this next milestone,” Dan Terziev, chief executive officer of Agora, stated in this morning’s news release. “The filing of the Form 10 and all required audited financials mean that we can aggressively pursue the move to a more senior exchange.”

Agora’s goal of uplisting has been evident in recent months, as the company has continued to place focus on auditing its financial statements. In early April, Agora engaged an independent accounting and auditing firm, BF Borgers CPA PC, to complete audits of its financial statements under PCAOB and US GAAP auditing standards. In June, the company announced the completion of audits stemming from this agreement before posting the audited findings on the OTC Markets site.

“The Company is moving in a very positive direction,” added Terziev. “As we keep moving forward, we are confident that our shareholders will be rewarded given the performance of our company in the marketplace and its future potential.”

In addition to its ongoing efforts to uplist to the OTCQB Venture Market, Agora, through subsidiary Geegle Media, continues to make progress toward the commercial release of its FRAME platform. Upon release, FRAME will allow companies and individuals to better control their social media marketing efforts by conveniently distributing brand-relevant messages to a variety of networks from a single, centralized dashboard. Agora’s management team expects the introduction of FRAME to “revolutionize the way brands interact via social media” while providing “long-term value for [Agora] shareholders.”

According to a report by Simply Measured (http://dtn.fm/xpY7v), roughly 62 percent of businesses implement social media management platforms in order to fine-tune and measure the results of social media marketing campaigns. When combined with the knowledge that an enormous 93 percent of marketers are currently using social media for business, FRAME has expansive market potential as a solution for businesses, public relations firms and investor relations agencies to engage customers, track and measure social media campaign performance, and execute the strategic distribution of branded content.

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FRAME from Agora Holdings (AGHI) Focuses the Selling Power of Social Influence

July 8, 2016

Brits who wanted the U.K. to remain in the E.U. are scratching their heads now. How could so many of their compatriots be persuaded to vote leave? Naturally, those in the leave camp are equally perplexed at the actions of the ‘remainers’. Well, psychology offers one answer: social influence. Social influence, according to the Oxford Dictionary of Psychology, is ‘any process whereby a person’s attitudes, opinions, beliefs, or behavior are altered or controlled by others’. Now, to harness and focus this powerful force, Agora Holdings (OTC: AGHI) offers FRAME. FRAME is the lens through which small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can see and be seen by their customers and target markets, and, like any lens, FRAME has the power to magnify.

There is no doubt that our purchasing decisions are shaped by traditional media, by social media and by our peers. Equally influential on our purchasing decisions are the opinions of our heroes. That’s the reason that brand spoke-persons and celebrity endorsements are so widely employed in advertising campaigns. Social influence occurs at different levels. At the most personal level, there is the influence of our peers, which was limited to just a small circle of friends and family with whom we interacted physically. Now, because of the internet, ‘peer pressure’ is greatly more extensive. At the most public level is the influence exerted by the traditional media channels of print, radio and television. This is all changing with the advent of social media, which combines elements of the personal and the public.

Through social media platforms, which offer a confluence of the traditional channels of mass media and personal interaction, a rich menu of possibilities arise. Customers can all be brand spoke persons. Working in conjunction with celebrity endorsements, customers’ tweets and posts can make or break a brand. Now, customers can respond and talk directly to a movie star, politician or other public figure through a post or tweet, find out what their opinion on a subject is, and see if their likes and dislikes gel with their own. And our peers no longer have to be those we have met physically. They could be living thousands of miles away from us. We meet them in chat rooms, in forums and on social media platforms. As a result, marketing messages are easier and less costly. A tweet doesn’t require the formal and technical apparatus of a traditional promotional event.

The power of social influence is not to be underestimated. The website internships.com saw their public profile boosted immeasurably in 2011 after Charlie Sheen tweeted he was looking for an intern. The tweet received 95,333 clicks in the first hour. The reach of the tweet was astoundingly extensive with applications, which eventually totaled 82,148, coming in from 181 countries.

In addition, clever marketers like Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG) have been exploiting social influence even before social media platforms became quite so ubiquitous. Over the close to 200 years P&G has given us Gillette, Tide, Vicks and a hundred other products, the company has learned a thing or two about how consumers behave. In 2001, it launched a marketing division to explore the potential of ‘word of mouth’ marketing, which was the turn of the century moniker for social influence marketing. Tremor, as it was called, targeted teens with the objective of determining to what extent gossip influenced purchasing decisions.

Tremor discovered how trends developed and categorized the hundreds of thousands of teens who joined their network into Trend Setters and Trend Spreaders. Trend Setters are those who like to differentiate themselves from others. Typically, when too many others copy their style, they will abandon it and seek further means of differentiation. Trend Spreaders, on the other hand, adopt a style to signal their inclusion. All too often, it signals quite the opposite. Nevertheless, for marketers, these are the most valuable.

FRAME from Agora Holdings offers a platform to take the marketing efforts of SMEs to a much higher level. The platform was enhanced earlier this year and is particularly optimized for public relations (PR) and investor relations (IR) agencies. FRAME’s unique technology allows companies to use a single dashboard to publish brand-relevant messages to all of an organization’s corporate social media accounts. This enables the company to build campaigns in a faster, more efficient, and easier way. FRAME also features several advanced functions such as engagement and customer care tools, measurement of campaign success via social media performance and comprehensive reporting, which provides insight into how many times content is reposted by monitoring social media mentions and brand-related conversations.

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Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) FRAME Social Media Management Dashboard Perfectly Tuned for Investment Community Engagement, IR/PR

June 30, 2016

A report out late last year from storied investment management firm, Putnam Investments, which drew on survey data from over 800 financial advisors (http://dtn.fm/zPt74) and is the largest known body of research on their use of social media to date, indicates that social media has become an indispensable communications tool for day-to-day client/market interaction, as well as business-building. A quick look at the stats says it all, from the roughly 80 percent of financial advisors using social media for business (up 75 percent from 2014), as well as gaining new clients thereby, to an average annual asset gain from newly acquired clients of some $4.6 million.

Concrete feedback like this from the horse’s mouth about how important social media has become to overall client and market engagement gives pause for thought. But don’t stand still too long on the information superhighway contemplating this trend, because you will get run over by the innovators. The Putnam report says this megatrend represents an underlying dynamic that will likely endure, and with social media becoming vital across all age groups of financial advisors, even as most report the concurrent use of four or more social networks, the importance of a unified framework for landing content seamlessly across an entire brand/enterprise footprint will no doubt remain a chief concern.

This is especially true for IR/PR (investor relations/public relations) firms, who need to not only engage customers at the speed of information, but who also need to wrench out the big data from the traffic for business analytics so they can get a clear picture of things like campaign performance metrics or more deftly execute branded content deployment. And while the idea of a single dashboard for scheduling posts or managing feeds across multiple social network accounts is not new, with examples like Hootsuite, Agora Pulse and MeetEdgar making for easy references, the potential for such an engine to drive truly next-gen IR/PR vectors has remained largely untapped. Hootsuite can post to a wide variety of sites, such as Twitter (NYSE: TWTR), Facebook (NASDAQ: FB), LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD), Google+ (NASDAQ: GOOG;GOOGL), Foursquare, MySpace and WordPress, but it isn’t really built for coordinated rapid campaigning or deep analytical harvesting.

Perhaps even more importantly, the resolution of several commonly-known usability/functionality problems which plague most extant social media management dashboarding solutions has not been forthcoming. The entire space has suffered from dashboards with usability issues that ruin brand traction, derail campaigns, and can make a company look unprofessional. Add to this a lack of really user-friendly options, or dashboards that give the user the ability to quickly set up and execute a professional, timed campaign, and you have (for the foreseeable future) the basis of mounting demand for an easy-to-use dashboard that lets entities like businesses and relations firms master their (or their client’s) social media presence.

There has been little effort to really serve the investor relations end of the market when it comes to such dashboards, even with the continued rise of innovative business analytics platforms like NetBase, with its NetBase Insight Workbench that is resold through a partnership with German multinational enterprise software giant SAP (NYSE: SAP), and which employs natural language processing tech to analyze social media. Such powerful big data-driven solutions prove the vitality of coordinated customer care and engagement, as well as timed campaign roll outs. Proven via comprehensive reporting and the digestion of social media data into easily understandable takeaways. Social media has become a critical piece of the puzzle for any effective IR/PR program these days, no matter what kind of publicly traded company we are talking about, and social media usage among the general populace continues to break records as well, with now almost two-thirds of social media users logging on to at least one such site every day (http://dtn.fm/lySX4). On both ends of the spectrum, from financial advisors to average investors, social media is becoming the dominant two-way communication space, like a planetary digital agora.

The increasing inescapability of having to manage a complex, multisite social media presence belies the extent to which a well-coordinated, brand-relevant campaign of synced content pushes can really help build a business or a brand presence. The question is no longer if such a dashboard solution is necessary for managing an increasingly unwieldy social media footprint (as the answer to that question is now invariably a yes), but simply how far can this architecture be exploited for maximum engagement and analytical value.

This is why the announcement in February of this year by developer Geegle Media’s parent company, Agora Holdings (OTC: AGHI), that it has overhauled its proprietary FRAME social media management dashboard for optimum usage by IR/PR firms and businesses is such a welcomed event. The IR/PR community has been gnashing its teeth for precisely such a blindingly simple, single-source dashboard, which can do scheduled campaign pushes to multiple sites, doesn’t have all the problems associated with other social media management dashboards and can still deliver the kind of rich, granular performance reportage needed to really evaluate campaign efficacy.

Bringing together the ultimate in user-friendly interfaces, with the ability to discover deep insights into brand traction through monitoring data points like reposts, mentions and brand-relevant conversations – along with tight Twitter, Facebook and Instagram integration – sets FRAME apart as an IR/PR sledgehammer.

Currently deployable in Android, iOS and desktop environments, FRAME may also soon integrate with LinkedIn and Google+, as well as YouTube and Tumblr. This combination of a wide variety of site integrations and the platform’s existing optimized IR/PR functionality, could put FRAME at the head of the pack in the professional-grade social media management game, especially when it comes to satisfying customers who want to execute coordinated campaigns in a more expedient, efficient, and easier fashion.

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FRAME from Agora Holdings (AGHI) makes Business Blogging Easier

June 28, 2016

The recent social media marketing industry report ‘How Marketers Are Using Social Media to Grow Their Businesses’ (http://dtn.fm/sXxo2) reminds us of Cardinal Richelieu’s defensive gambit: the pen is mightier than the sword. When marketers who used social media channels were asked to select the single most important form of content for their businesses, if they could use only one, videos were selected by just 19 percent. As might be expected, many thought a picture worth a thousand words; 34 percent went with visual assets. However, close to half (45 percent) thought blogging best. Now, those lettered marketers will be happy to know that with FRAME from Agora Holdings (OTC: AGHI), their pearls of wisdom can be scattered widely over the social media realm.

The survey, undertaken by the Social Media Examiner, found that ‘Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) and LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD) are the two most important social networks for marketers. When allowed to select only one platform, 52 percent of marketers selected Facebook, followed by LinkedIn at 21 percent.’ However, ‘Twitter (NYSE: TWTR), YouTube and LinkedIn hold the top spots for future plans: a significant 66 percent of marketers plan on increasing their use of these social networks.’ The social media system is Facebook-centric; the platform has, by far, the largest number of users at 1.59 billion, according to Statista. No doubt because of this user base, 93 percent of marketers are active there, while ‘68 percent want to learn more about it and 62 percent plan on increasing Facebook activities.’

Naturally, in a medium so novel and so little understood, a majority of marketers are unsure how effective their social media efforts are. For example, ‘only 45 percent of marketers think that their Facebook efforts are effective,’ and some ‘91 percent of marketers want to know the most effective social tactics and the best ways to engage their audience with social media.’

The space for social media management tools was, until recently, a vacuum. However, true to the old saw that nature abhors a vacuum, that space is rapidly filling up. Still, opportunities remain for startups in the field. One of the earliest entrants, Buffer, announced (http://dtn.fm/b8Uyf) in January 2015 that it had 2,002,495 total registered users, 168,455 of whom were monthly active users. Two million users is a drop in the social media ocean. There is obviously room for more players.

Buffer’s annual revenue run rate (annualized revenues) was $5.06 million in January 2015. Like most other app businesses, marginal costs are very low. The cost of providing the app to another customer is negligible. Cash from increasing revenue then becomes, mostly, income. This might have had Buffer’s founders laughing all the way to the bank. The company reported it had more than $2 million in cash.

Like Buffer, FRAME provides the capability to post to many social media accounts. FRAME makes blogging easier. It also has a variety of data analytics features that, together with its publishing property, can be managed from a single dashboard. FRAME comes in two ‘flavors’. One is designed for individuals; the other is meant for business enterprises. The company will offer free access to FRAME for non-commercial users with the expectation of building a user base very quickly. Commercial users to be targeted include investor relations firms, public relations firms and other marketing and promotional agencies that employ social media.

Currently, FRAME is integrated with leading social networks Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and it operates on Android, iOS and desktop. Agora Holdings is currently exploring development to integrate the platform with LinkedIn, Google+, YouTube and Tumblr.

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Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) Announces Completion of Fiscal Audit

June 6, 2016

Before the opening bell, Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI) announced a major milestone in its efforts to become a fully reporting company, as BF Borgers CPA PC, an independent accounting and auditing firm, has completed the audit of its fiscal years ended December 31, 2014 and 2015. Agora’s audited financial results are expected to be posted to the company’s filings on OTC Markets, and a review of its interim report for the three months ended March 31, 2016, is already underway. When completed, Agora will have all of its current reports filed, marking a significant step toward increased corporate transparency and a potential uplisting to the OTCQB Venture Market.

“The Company is moving in a very positive direction,” Danail Terziev, chief executive officer of Agora, stated in this morning’s news release. “As we keep moving forward, we are confident that our shareholders will be rewarded given the performance of our company in the marketplace and its future potential.”

In addition to its focus on becoming a fully reporting entity, Agora has remained steadfast in its efforts to progress toward the release of its FRAME social media management software in the coming weeks. Last month, the company announced that its subsidiary, Geegle Media, was addressing minor issues discovered during FRAME’s prerelease. Upon launch, the platform will enable businesses to streamline their social media distribution, conveniently delivering brand-relevant messages across a number of social media networks from a single, centralized dashboard. Although not specifically referenced in this morning’s update, Terziev did indicate that big news could be on the horizon for Agora.

“We look forward to announcing more exciting news very soon,” he stated.

In February, Agora unveiled a newly-enhanced version of its FRAME social media management software that had been optimized for use by businesses, public relations firms and investor relations agencies. Featuring seamless integration with leading social networks such as Twitter (NYSE: TWTR), Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) and Instagram, FRAME was hailed as a ‘faster, more efficient and easier way’ for organizations to deliver brand-relevant messages to their followers. Unlike competitor systems, FRAME is expected to provide the option to schedule posts from a truly user-friendly platform, addressing a currently underserved portion of the greater social media management market.

“The concept of a built-in analytics system with the option to schedule posts is not new,” added Terziev. “What IS new is our concept of delivering this platform without the usual problems associated with competitor systems. A truly user-friendly social media management and engagement tool has yet to be built, and Geegle Media sees the opportunity and capability to deliver on this need.”

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Navigate the Social Media Galaxy with FRAME from Agora Holdings (AGHI)

May 26, 2016

Visitors to the online Oxford Dictionaries will have noticed a new term, digital detox, defined as ‘a period of time during which a person refrains from using electronic devices such as smartphones or computers, regarded as an opportunity to reduce stress or focus on social interaction in the physical world…’ This is a welcome entry in many ways, not least of which because it indicates the extent to which we have embraced the use of digital devices increasingly over the past two decades. The new technology has downsides, of course, as the lexicographers at Oxford have recognized. However, the benefits far outweigh those, particularly in what is now known as social media. Social media has, in effect, created a vast virtual world parallel to the one we live in. And as a vehicle to traverse the complexities of cyber travel, Agora Holdings (OTC: AGHI), parent company of Geegle Media, has developed a navigational and management tool, called FRAME, that businesses can hitch a ride on.

FRAME is a social media management platform – the hub of a wheel spinning in the social media sphere. From FRAME’s centralized dashboard, a company can communicate with all of its followers and customers, regardless of which social media sites they use. FRAME shrinks the cyber galaxy, makes it manageable, and is, obviously, useful for any consumer business but ideal for public relations and investor relations firms. With FRAME, businesses will find it easier to engage customers, track and measure social media campaign performance, and execute the strategic distribution of branded content.

According to Nielsen’s ‘The U.S. Digital Consumer Report’ (http://dtn.fm/I7eOn), “Social media usage is now standard practice in our daily lives. Almost two-thirds (64%) of overall social media users say they use social media sites at least once a day via their computer, and almost half (47%) of smartphone owners visit social networks every day. With the rapid adoption of mobile devices, social media has a symbiotic relationship with the mobile consumer. And social media has played a pivotal role, empowering consumers by providing a direct point of contact with the brands they use and the content they access.”

The Nielsen report goes on to say that internet users continue to spend more time with social media sites than any other type of site, sites which can now be accessed from a variety of devices. The typical American household has four. Some 83 percent of U.S. households now own a high-definition television (HDTV) and 16 percent have a smart TV, essentially a big screen version of a PC. Desktops can be found in 80 percent of homes; digital video recorders in 49 percent; and gaming consoles in 46 percent. Roughly 29 percent own a tablet, while the most visibly ubiquitous device, the smartphone, is in third place, with 65 percent of households reporting ownership of one.

As of April 2016, the leading social networks worldwide ranked by number of active users, according to Statista, were:

  • Facebook (NASDAQ: FB): 1.59 billion users
  • WhatsApp, owned by Facebook: 1 billion users
  • Facebook Messenger: 900 million users
  • QQ, owned by Tencent (OTC: TCTZF): 853 million users
  • WeChat, owned by Tencent: 697 million users
  • QZone, owned by Tencent: 640 million users
  • Tumblr, owned by Yahoo (NASDAQ: YHOO): 555 million users
  • Instagram, owned by Facebook: 400 million users
  • Twitter (NYSE:TWTR): 320 million users
  • Baidu Tieba, owned by Baidu (NASDAQ:BIDU): 300 million users
  • Skype, owned by Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT): 300 million users
  • Viber, owned by Rakuten (OTC: RKUNF): 249 million users
  • Sina Weibo (NASDAQ: WB): 222 million users
  • Line, owned by Naver (OTC: NHNCF): 215 million users
  • Snapchat: 200 million users

With so many worlds to explore, FRAME by Agora Holdings could become indispensable to public relations and investor relations firms moving forward.

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Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) Offers Single On-Ramp to a Multitude of Social Media Environments

May 23, 2016

Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI) is providing enterprises with a tool to help their investor and public relations departments control their content and message flow in today’s not-so-easy-to-navigate social media waters, and if there is one product characteristic the company is proud to hang its hat on, it is the fact that FRAME passes the ultimate litmus test for success. Just ask Facebook (NASDAQ: FB), Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) and Instagram.

With literally hundreds of burgeoning social media networks clawing for mindshare, time and attention and offering their own individual access to impressive numbers of followers, FRAME delivers a comprehensive and efficient way to enter various environments at one time. Agora Holdings, parent company of Geegle Media, introduces to the user a single platform for accessing the network(s) of choice. Now, the company or individual user can focus on the message and allow FRAME to take care of delivering the goods.

At the product’s launch, Dan Terziev, chief executive officer of Agora, noted, “Imagine FRAME as a single door that leads to many rooms. Each room represents a website that we log into several times each day. Rather than signing in several times, logging once into FRAME is sufficient to bring together all your social media accounts, making a far more organized and engaging social media experience.” And recently, Terziev added, “We’re anxious to introduce our game-changing FRAME technology to the market upon final polish of the product. As we prepare for this corporate milestone, we are building on strong momentum triggered by the development of a product that will revolutionize the way brands interact via social media, and one that provides long-term value for our shareholders.”

Additional FRAME features include many advanced functions, such as engagement and customer care tools, reporting and measurement of campaign success via social media performance. The platform also monitors brand-related posts and media mentions. Scheduled publishing capabilities enhance an organization’s bottom line by way of saving the time typically involved in releasing content specifically crafted to the organization’s unique message.

Agora Holdings, Inc., together with subsidiary Geegle Media, is a leading diversified international family entertainment and media enterprise. The company’s five business segments – media networks, TV, consumer products, interactive media and studio entertainment – endeavor to leverage the strength of media and technology.

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One Post from Agora Holdings’ (AGHI) FRAME to Rule All your Social Media Accounts

May 11, 2016

Peter Thiel, founder of PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL) and one of Facebook’s (NASDAQ: FB) earliest investors, in lamenting the dearth of technological innovation, has famously adopted the shibboleth, “We were promised flying cars, and instead what we got was 140 characters.” Thiel, no doubt exasperated at the uninformed chatter that tumbles through cyberspace, seems to be suggesting that improvements in the way we get around are superior to platforms that facilitate communication. However, social media, even if diminished by roguishness, is becoming a potent channel in online marketing, and Agora Holdings (OTC: AGHI), parent company of Geegle Media, has developed just the tool, called FRAME, to exploit the potentialities of Facebook, Twitter (NYSE: TWTR), Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD) and the many other social media platforms that now abound. Wikipedia lists (http://dtn.fm/vSF1b) over 200 social media platforms. Now one post from FRAME can be sent to all your social media accounts.

A Pew Research Center (PRC) study titled ‘15 striking findings from 2015’ (http://dtn.fm/Ah3Qr) shows how FRAME could make a difference. Millennials, those born between 1982 and 2004 (http://dtn.fm/EpS81), now number more than Baby Boomers, those born between 1946 and 1964. There are now an estimated 75.3 million Millennials compared with 74.9 million Baby Boomers. Millennials, whom the PRC describes as ‘racially diverse, economically stressed and politically liberal’, also comprise the largest share of the U.S. labor force. They hold the most jobs. They are the target market of the future. Millennials now outnumber Gen X (born between 1965 and 1981) workers.

The PRC report adds ‘For news about politics and government, social media may be for the millennial generation what local TV is for the Baby Boomer generation.’ 61 percent of Millennials who use the internet regularly get their political news through Facebook; 37 percent get their political news from TV. This pattern of use is a mirror image of the one for Baby Boomers, 60 percent of whom still rely a great deal on TV for their political updates. Just 39 percent go online to stay abreast of politics. The way in which the latest generation is getting its news is, in part, due to its greater familiarity with digital technology and, in part, a reflection that media houses are now employing online channels in addition to their traditional broadcast modes.

As expected, teens tend to be active on more social media platforms than their time-constrained older brethren. They are present on Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat in large numbers, according to ‘Teens, Social Media & Technology Overview 2015’ (http://dtn.fm/x3T3k) by the PRC. The PRC study provides estimates for teen (ages 13 – 17) use of social media sites: 71 percent are on Facebook; 52 percent use Instagram; 41 percent Snapchat; 33 percent tweet; another 33 percent can be found on Google+; 24 percent use Vine; 14 percent are on Tumblr; and 11 percent are on sites other than those listed above.

Notwithstanding Thiel’s jibe, some 645 million people worldwide use Twitter. By those metrics alone, it must be regarded as an innovation. Mark Shaeffer writing (http://dtn.fm/nBad9) on the Dell Power More news site opines ‘Twitter stands alone in its ability to create a huge, relevant audience quickly’. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, et al are usurping the positions once taken by print media, radio and TV. To stay in touch with customers, businesses must acknowledge and adapt to the changes in social behavior. With FRAME by Agora Holdings, they can do that and more.

FRAME is an organization tool for the management of social media and subscription-based accounts. It is designed to meet the needs of consumers who use multiple social media websites and platforms on a daily basis by providing a dashboard from which they are all accessible. The company will offer free access to FRAME for non-commercial users with the expectation of building a user base very quickly. Commercial users to be targeted include investor relations firms, public relations firms and other marketing and promotional agencies that employ social media.

As reported (http://dtn.fm/EAs3x) on Marketwired, ‘FRAME also features several advanced functions such as engagement and customer care tools; measurement of campaign success via social media performance; and comprehensive reporting, which provides insight into how many times content is re-posted and monitors social media mentions and brand-related conversations.

Currently, FRAME is integrated with leading social networks Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and it operates on Android, iOS and desktop. Agora Holdings is exploring development to also integrate the platform with LinkedIn, Google+, YouTube and Tumblr.

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Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) Redefining Comprehensive Social Media Management Systems with FRAME

May 5, 2016

Contemporary Nielsen data indicates that the trend of people watching online versus traditional channels will continue, with 18 to 24 year olds, in particular, adhering to this trend, as one can see a clear 34 percent drop in traditional TV viewing from 2011 to 2015 (http://dtn.fm/JS3Mx) among this demographic. So-called millennials aren’t the only one’s watching online, of course, and binge-streaming an entire series on Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) or Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) Prime has now become a popular way of consuming one’s favorite content. However, the social media envelope has yet to really be pushed by the big streaming services, and the migration of how people consume TV content to online sources merely serves as an indicator for how we live our lives online these days. In the world of marketing, you have to go where the people are.

The ongoing growth of Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) as a marketing platform is a good way to understand the real story here, given that, for millions of people, constantly interacting with Twitter, Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) and other feeds has become a kind of seamless, interactive, reality TV show. This is especially true when you consider how the online ecosystem is evolving, with various entities all tying together to create a cohesive multimedia experience, as social media entities like Twitter and Facebook continue to become active content timelines where images and video define the experience and act as jumping off points into further content. This traction space is massively appealing to any sort of business, from small mom and pop shops to multinational corporations, and enablers who can successfully harness these underlying forces stand to become the next hot tech stocks.

This is where a company like Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI) comes into focus as an investor-accessible way to tap into the raw power of the underlying equation. Agora is the parent company of wholly-owned Geegle Media, which, in addition to its web platforms, such as its on demand GeegleTV, RealtyTV, LobbyTV and 1000Salads, has developed an internet dashboard solution known as FRAME and subsequently enhanced it to provide businesses and PR/IR firms with an end-run social media management engine. Logging in to one platform that lets you post to your entire online footprint is the wave of the future when it comes to marketing, but few, if any, companies have engineered truly compelling solutions in the space that are easy to use but still have the reach and backend analytics needed.

Engineered as a sole-source front-end solution for daily-use websites, with the emphasis decidedly on social media sites and subscription-based accounts, FRAME is an innovative dashboarding platform whose advent is long overdue as far as many in the industry are concerned. Let’s face it, the sheer number of social media sites that the average person interacts with now on a daily basis is enormous, whether it is constant-use social media juggernauts like Twitter and Facebook; Facebook’s Instagram (all three of which are currently integrated with FRAME); the increasingly social, professional networking titan LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD); or even the fast-rising star (incubated by social commerce code shop Cold Brew Labs) that we’ve all come to know as an image-driven “catalog of ideas,” called Pinterest. FRAME is currently being developed toward encompassing Google+ and YouTube, as well as LinkedIn and Tumblr, and with a build footprint already spanning Android, iOS and desktop computers, FRAME’s unique technological capabilities are rapidly emerging as the ideal means of publishing brand-relevant content that can hit every possible vector, across an entire organization’s social media presence.

Social media presence is indisputably essential to success these days, but managing a huge social media footprint can be extremely challenging, and the constant need to present a consistent presence across the entire social media spectrum is a problem that demands precisely such a solution as FRAME. Moreover, it becomes an ease-of-use issue at a certain point, especially for SMEs that are trying to maximize their end user traction through broad-spectrum social media engagement. FRAME was engineered from the ground up to be able to hand customers exactly the kind of robust engagement and customer care tools they need to really assess the efficacy of all-too-costly campaigns, as well as performance across social media, with reporting based on granular metrics such as reposts, mentions, and brand-related conversations.

FRAME being redeployed in an enhanced version that allows businesses (and particularly public relations/investor relations agencies) to easily wrangle their increasingly complex social media presence via a sole-source dashboard that is truly user-friendly gives the platform a real chance to shine through its built-in analytics system. Not that this concept is wholly-new, mind you, with competing solutions existing that can schedule posts which go out to the entire footprint, but the ease-of-use and overall design of FRAME hurdles the major sticking points with existing solutions, which range from usability to target site integration issues.

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Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) Offers Update on Upcoming Release of FRAME and Completion of Accounting Audit

Before the opening bell, Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI) offered an update to shareholders regarding the upcoming release of its FRAME social media management software, as well as the completion of its accounting audit. According to the update, the company’s developers are currently addressing minor issues discovered in FRAME’s beta release. When completed, FRAME will enable businesses to greatly improve the efficiency with which they use social media networks by combining multiple platforms into a single, centralized dashboard. Agora plans to market its social media management software to businesses, public relations firms and investor relations agencies in search of a more effective way to engage customers and measure the success of social media campaigns.

“We’re anxious to introduce our game-changing FRAME technology to the market upon final polish of the product,” Daniel Terziev, chief executive officer of Agora subsidiary Geegle Media, stated in this morning’s news release. “As we prepare for this corporate milestone, we are building on strong momentum triggered by the development of a product that will revolutionize the way brands interact via social media, and one that provides long-term value for our shareholders.”

Originally announced in February, FRAME could make a major splash in the relatively new social media management market following its release. Although competitor software has already been well-received by consumers, a quick look at existing industry reviews highlights considerable room for improvement in both performance and usability. Agora aims to address this performance gap through the ongoing refinement of FRAME’s intuitive dashboard, which allows users to log into and post content across multiple social networking sites from an integrated interface.

“Imagine FRAME as a single door that leads to many rooms. Each room represents a website that we log into several times each day,” explained Terziev. “Rather than signing in several times, logging once into FRAME is sufficient to bring together all your social media accounts, making a far more organized and engaging social media experience.”

In addition to its update on the impending release of FRAME, Agora also announced that it is rapidly approaching the completion of its accounting audit, with reports expected to be filed in as little as one week. This audit, which is being completed by independent accounting firm BF Borgers, marks a major milestone in Agora’s efforts to become a fully reporting entity. The company’s management team expects these efforts to have a positive impact on Agora’s operations and decision-making capabilities moving forward.

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Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) Provides the FRAME for Social Networking

April 29, 2016

In October 2015, the highly respected Pew Research Center (PRC) published ‘Social Media Usage: 2005 – 2015’ (http://dtn.fm/C2jEp), which showed that the boundary between our online and offline lives is disappearing. One way in which this development is manifesting itself is in the proliferation of social media sites. The number of online platforms that offer social interaction is large and growing. Wikipedia’s ‘List of Social Networking Sites’ (http://dtn.fm/9b8OX) lists over two hundred. The usual suspects, Facebook (1,280,000,000), Flickr (32,000,000), Instagram (300,000,000), LinkedIn (200,000,000), Pinterest (176,000,000), Tumblr (226,950,000), and Twitter (645,750,000) are there. So are Academia.edu (18,000,000) for academics and researchers, aSmallWorld (550,000) for ‘European jet set and social elite world-wide’, DeviantArt (26,000,000) for art lovers, English, baby! (1,600,000) for English as a second language, and Vampirefreaks.com (1,931,049), which seems to be for vampires and freaks. Registered user statistics are enclosed in parentheses.

The PRC report found that the number of adult users of social networking sites has climbed from 7 percent in 2005 to 65 percent in 2015. The report also stated ‘over the past decade, it has consistently been the case that those in higher-income households were more likely to use social media. More than half (56%) of those living in the lowest-income households now use social media, though growth has leveled off in the past few years. Turning to educational attainment, a similar pattern is observed. Those with at least some college experience have been consistently more likely than those with a high school degree or less to use social media over the past decade.’

In 2005, the PRC found that 4 percent of those living in households earning less than $30,000 used social media, compared with 12 percent of those living in households earning $75,000 or more. In 2015, 78 percent of those living in the highest-income households used social media, compared with 56% of those in the lowest-income households – a 22-point difference.

Use of social media in 2005 was 4 percent for those with a high school diploma or less schooling, 8 percent for those with some college and 12 percent for college graduates. The comparable figures for 2015 were 54 percent for those with a high school diploma or less, 70 percent for those with some college and 76 percent for those with college or graduate degrees.

An earlier PRC survey titled ‘Frequency of Social Media Use’ (http://dtn.fm/gi6EP) found that 80 percent of internet users have a social media account and that ‘more than half of internet users (52%) use two or more of the social media sites measured (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and LinkedIn).’

The ‘mix’ of social media use is interesting. If Facebook can be used as ‘marker’ because of its widespread acceptance, it appears that about one-third of Facebook users will use another of the most popular sites: Twitter 29%, Instagram 34%, Pinterest 34%, and LinkedIn 33%. Instagram users were most likely to also have Facebook accounts (91%); LinkedIn users were the least likely (86%). Four percent of internet users use five or more social media sites. That number is likely to grow in the coming years as awareness of the range of platforms and their merits (and demerits) grows.

Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI), parent company of Geegle Media, is poised to capitalize on this burgeoning growth of social media activity. Earlier this year, the company launched FRAME, an organization tool for the management of social media and subscription-based accounts. FRAME is designed to meet the needs of consumers who use multiple social media websites and platforms on a daily basis by providing a dashboard from which they are all accessible.

At its launch, CEO Dan Terziev had this to say:

“Imagine FRAME as a single door that leads to many rooms. Each room represents a website that we log into several times each day. Rather than signing in several times, logging once into FRAME is sufficient to bring together all your social media accounts, making a far more organized and engaging social media experience.”

Agora Holdings will offer free access to FRAME for non-commercial users in a strategy that is expected to add users quickly. The company is already incorporating functionality with the main social media platforms.

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Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) Maintains Its Mission of Developing High Quality Products that Help Businesses Move Forward

April 22, 2016

Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI), along with subsidiary Geegle Media, focuses on media and software applications. The company targets five business segments, including media networks, TV, studio entertainment, consumer products, and interactive media. Agora Holdings fuses together the best of media and technology to create memorable online entertainment experiences. Geegle Media primarily focuses on software development and media applications. For example, the subsidiary developed a successful Video on Demand platform for the United States, Canada, Russia, and Bulgaria. Recently, the company has been working on perfecting its FRAME social media software, which offers easy marketing solutions to consumers.

Enhancing FRAME, a social media management software used by businesses, public relations and investor relations agencies, gives consumers a fully integrated program that comes with ease and accessibility. The software allows companies to use a single dashboard to publish brand-related messages to all of their social media accounts. FRAME also includes a scheduled publishing capability that strategically releases content specific to a company’s agenda. Currently, FRAME developers are collecting information from users using a beta version in order to resolve any issues while also receiving feedback. The goal is to provide consumers with a user-friendly and reliable social media management system that guarantees customer engagement, making it a powerful marketing tool.

The FRAME software comes at a time when the social media industry is pertinent to any company’s marketing strategy. Businesses now understand that they need a social media presence to expand brand visibility. Social media also offers a way for business to know the wants, needs, and interests of their customers. With that, it improves customer service and communication with the rapid responsiveness indicative of the platform. Businesses not using social media stand to lose their online market to competitors. Agora Holdings and Geegle Media understand the role social media currently plays in marketing and therefore look forward to provide a product that maximizes exposure while monitoring customer engagement.

With the steady growth of social media making it a staple in the lives of customers, it’s advantageous for businesses to maintain a stronghold online. Agora Holdings provides a platform through which companies can take advantage while growing their brands. Furthermore, FRAME developers continue to upgrade and improve their software in congruence with the company’s values of delivering high quality, user-friendly products with integrity.

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Agora Holdings, Inc.’s (AGHI) FRAME Enhancements Boost Efficiencies in Driving Brand-Relevant Messages

April 18, 2016

Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI), parent company of Geegle Media, is giving businesses, public relations firms, and investor relations departments and agencies another tool for their social media arsenals through an enhancement of its FRAME social media management software. Testing is currently being carried out on FRAME by way of a few hundred users. The purpose of testing is to catch errors and defects and to gain feedback on possible improvements such as simplifying its features. Testing will take place in stages before FRAME goes live later this year.

The style of the platform is simple and easy to use. The company’s founder, Dan Terziev, said in a recent interview, “This platform will serve as a window to everything between the user and everything that the user does.” In the coming weeks, Geegle Media will be giving additional access to beta testers in an effort to boost the amount of feedback stories from users.

One of FRAME’s differentiators is that it allows companies to use a single dashboard to publish brand-relevant messages to all of their corporate social media accounts. This, in turn, allows the company to build campaigns in a faster, more efficient way. Additionally, there are numerous advanced functions, such as engagement and customer care tools and measurement of campaign success via social media performance, just to name a few.

Terziev added, “The concept of a built-in analytics system with the option to schedule posts is not new. What is new is our concept of delivering this platform without the usual problems associated with competitor systems. A truly user-friendly social media management and engagement tool has yet to be built, and Geegle Media sees the opportunity and capability to deliver on this need.”

Agora Holdings, Inc., along with subsidiary Geegle Media, is a leading diversified international family entertainment and media enterprise with business segments in media networks, studio entertainment, TV, interactive media, and consumer products. Geegle is focused on software development and media applications. Established in 2010, the company uses the www.geegle.tv domain.

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Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) Takes Significant Step toward Becoming a Fully Reporting Entity

April 7, 2016

Before the opening bell, Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI), parent company of Geegle Media, announced that it has signed an engagement letter with BF Borgers CPA PC, an independent accounting and auditing firm. With this agreement in place, Agora will begin posting audited financial statements and periodic reports to its file on the OTC exchange as soon as the end of this month, with BF Borgers agreeing to complete future audits using PCAOB and US GAAP auditing standards. Through the execution of this engagement letter, Agora Holdings has taken a significant step toward becoming a fully reporting entity. The company expects the agreement to play a key role in improving its operations and decision making capabilities as it seeks to continue expanding its presence in the online entertainment and marketing space.

In recent weeks, Agora has made tremendous progress toward setting the stage for sustainable growth. In late February, the company unveiled an enhanced version of its FRAME social media management software for business use. Using the FRAME platform, businesses are able to build social media campaigns more efficiently across a number of services – including Twitter (NYSE: TWTR), Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) and Instagram. FRAME also features several advanced functions, such as engagement and customer care tools, measurement of campaign success via social media performance and comprehensive reporting, which offers valuable insight into the reach of posted content.

Agora Holdings is a holding company with interests in media and software applications. Through wholly-owned subsidiary Geegle Media, Agora is dedicated to delivering media products that fulfill the growing needs for social, TV on demand, data storage applications and other optimizing software solutions. Geegle’s in-development web platforms include GeegleTV, 1000Salads, RealtyTV and LobbyTV, as well as social media management platform FRAME. Leveraging a multi-dimensional approach, Agora aims to deliver innovative and high-quality business solution products and video content from around the world.

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Agora Holdings (AGHI) Develops TECH – a Workflow Management Software for Small- to Medium-Sized Businesses

March 29, 2016

Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) and Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) dominate the video on demand market. MarketsandMarkets.com forecasts the video on demand market to grow from $25.3 billion in 2014 to $61.4 billion in 2019, achieving a compound annual growth rate of 19.4 percent during the forecast period. In terms of regions, North America is expected to be the biggest market of revenue contribution, while the Asia-Pacific region, the Middle East and Africa are all expected to experience increased market traction during the forecast period. Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI), together with its wholly-owned subsidiary, Geegle Media, is leading a diversified family entertainment and media enterprise through business segments which include TV on Demand, interactive media, business products and consumer platforms. With its multi-dimensional approach, Geegle Media supports Agora Holdings’ mission to deliver innovative and high-quality business solution products and video content from around the world.

Workflow management software is a key cog in the video on demand industry. Efficiency and maximizing productivity are big points to consider when deciding what type of workflow management software to choose. In a recent press release (http://dtn.fm/g9Sh3), Agora Holdings announced the development of TECH, a workflow management software for small- to medium-sized companies.

Geegle Media has finished its development of TECH, a workflow management system whose objective is simplified task assignment and more efficient project management. TECH’s users – cable companies and its technicians, for instance – are able to receive, accept, assign, and reassign work orders received from their customers and clients. Dan Terziev, CEO of Geegle Media, helmed the project. With a masters in telecommunications and experience at both Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA) and Rogers, Terziev has experienced first-hand the value of streamlining workflow processes in the cable and telecommunications industry.

“It’s a product seven months in the making. Its objective is to simplify everyday processes, eliminate unnecessary paperwork, scale up productivity and make for better client-customer service,” Terziev stated in a recent news release.

TECH acts as a work team’s central hub for task management. Lines of communication are always open, as tasks can be assigned and tracked at anytime, from anywhere. Assigned workers can view the details of the job, i.e., make a delivery to a customer, make a technical support visit or complete paperwork for a client. Users are able to comment about the work and note its completion for the employer and customer to see.

Serving as a virtual workspace, TECH pulls together scattered team efforts while increasing visibility, team productivity and accountability of workers by showing what’s being worked on, who’s working on what and how much time it took. Putting work orders through this internal system improves planning, organization and efficiency, as it locates worker availabilities, strategically re-assigns work, and tracks task progress.

For employers, TECH provides valuable data insight on employee performance and customer needs. Looking forward, future versions of TECH are expected to allow for team chat and the ability to gather feedback from supervisors and team members in real time. The product has been tested as working with several technicians already using the software. Companies are able to use the software by licensing it for $100/month. Also, they may open the software in test mode for a smaller monthly fee to begin creating and executing tasks. Interest has already been garnered from three cable companies to license the application. Contracts have been sent out, and Geegle Operations are awaiting their go-ahead.

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