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If you’re a real estate professional and you aren’t utilizing social media to expand your business, you’re missing the boat. But you’re too busy making cold calls, knocking on doors, and running open houses to find time for Youtube, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram. At the surface it makes sense. Real estate success still hinges upon..

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In the age where successful marketing requires a lot more than convenience to turn prospects into customers, employee advocacy can be a winning formula for growing your business. How? To understand the benefits of employee ambassadors, we don’t have to look further from just a few statistics: Social proof: 77% of consumers are more likely..

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Employee advocacy is one of your best marketing tools. Most of the time it’s hidden as we pay attention to things like Facebook retargeting and expensive PPC campaigns. However, it’s employee advocacy that consumers trust. 76% of people trust other “normal” people more than brands. You may have a shining campaign with a good headline,..

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Running a managed hosting company is tough work – it’s a brutally competitive industry, with technically challenging processes. The turnover rate for the industry is quite high – yet often times, the solution starts internally. So what’s a possible secret sauce to the managed hosting woes? Through innovative ideas and programs and utilizing the best..

Talent attracts talent. That much has always been true in collectives. However, successful companies have taken it to another level with employee ambassadors. Focusing on the human aspect, teamwork and collaboration has been companies’ ticket to success. In fact, businesses with more employee engagement have 147% higher earnings than their competitors. And while employee advocacy..

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There are few phrases, I think, in the office marketer’s vernacular more terrifying. Particularly for larger organizations, scaling a social media presence is, at best difficult, at worse… well, terrifying. Yet, social media has had a 10-year run of yielding documented results for virtually any business. More than 80% of people engage with at least..

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Most workplaces limit the use of social media during working hours. Employers believe that social networking during working hours will reduce their employees’ productivity. All the same just because employees are not allowed to visit social networking sites does not mean that they don’t. Pew research published some statistics a while back that showed that..

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Did you know that 84% of your target audience trusts in reviews and recommendations? People are more likely to eat at a restaurant or stay at a hotel when it has been recommended to them by friends and family, colleagues and random internet personalities. That’s what makes employee advocacy so valuable for hotels and the..

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The US’ most recent presidential elections has been one for the history books. We saw a Jewish 74 year old garner support from younglings, Hillary recite rap rhymes and Trump tweet wildly through the campaign cycle. It’s been interesting to watch these candidates use social media to turn the unfathomable into reality. With the midterm..

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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..