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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..

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In the 10 years of social media’s existence, it has gone from being an untested fad to becoming a crucial part of a company’s digital identity. Top executives and marketers are using social networks for content marketing, sales, recruitment and more. Traditional company sectors – like marketing and HR – have begun coordinating to find..

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Social selling isn’t solely about selling, there is more to the term. As social media has become an integral part of human behavior, companies intending to drive serious business through social can’t look at it as merely a sales tool; they have to account for all the roles that it plays in people’s lives. Social..

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Content creation and marketing is not the sole domain of marketers. Your employees – who’re aware of your customers needs and challenges – are a vital source of knowledge you can tap into. How can you motivate them to be willing stakeholders in your branding efforts? Start by sharing your content marketing vision and efforts..

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Your employees can be one of the driving forces behind content sharing on social media. They can multiply your social reach and boost social engagement. The more enterprising among them may directly help you get more inquiries and acquire leads. There is a real possibility that some of their contacts may either have a need..

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The way information travels is constantly changing and evolving. From the internet revolution, to the information explosion, the invention of social media and the rising noise levels on it, the ever transforming modes of communication have forced companies to remodel their marketing efforts. There is no better time than the present for word-of-mouth marketing. The..