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Companies use various resources to reach their target audience and promote their business. Social media advertising, third party endorsements and sponsored posts on niche websites are a few of the ways that companies use to spread the word about their business. However, one of the most effective resources that many companies neglect is their employees. Everyone..

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With over 37 million Facebook likes and close to 12 million Twitter followers, Starbucks has clearly nailed social media marketing. Going by their popular social media campaigns such as #TweetACoffee and #HowWeMet, Starbucks has been able to generate serious revenue using social media. The company has, of course, a large team of social media strategists..

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Social media employee advocacy is great for university branding, which can help universities recruit the staff, students and investors that they need to boost rankings and compete globally. Who ranks universities worldwide? Organizations such as Quacquarelli Symonds World University Rankings (associated with Times Higher Education Magazine) and the Centre for World University Rankings are responsible for..

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More people mean more reach and engagement on social media. The concept of employee advocacy is simple enough, but its execution depends on more than just content and distribution. Many businesses invest time in choosing the right employee advocacy platform and creating high-quality content for employee sharing. Few businesses, however, invest time in other critical..

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In 2018, having an impressionable company culture isn’t optional, it’s imperative, and 82% respondents of a survey conducted by Deloitte share this view. In 2018, it’s also critically important to have a social media presence for that company culture. Why? Social media gives you global reach to talent, investment and business. And company culture is..

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When your employees or customers share your content on their personal social media accounts, they are advocating for your company. This word-of-mouth is a form of social proof, more convincing and impactful than if you were to share the same message on your business page/account. Tap into happy customers who can help you sell your..

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Employee advocacy may look good on paper, but getting your employees to actively promote your business on social media can be challenging. There is no one solution to it, you need to consider a number of variables to understand if employees will welcome your advocacy program with enthusiasm and become brand ambassadors. 1. Communicate the..

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Regulated industries like banking and healthcare usually advocate strict policies that restrict external communication, but that isn’t the only reason why one might not expect such an industry to have a social media presence. As social media manager of a financial institution or healthcare company, you also have to consider this question: what exactly would..

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Note: The content on this post has been inspired by the #XYZInfluencer webinar conceptualized by expert growth marketing consultant Ron Sela and co-hosted by DrumUp and TwitterCounter. If you aren’t sure that you care about influencer marketing yet, here are two reasons why you should. Research conducted by the Omnicom Media Group in July 2016 stated..

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It maybe less apparent, but a HR professional is a marketer and a salesperson in principle. He/she markets a company and its culture, and sells job opportunities to prospective applicants. A HR professional is also the traditional “employee advocate” – he/she speaks for the workforce and is responsible for the quality of work life at..