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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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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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Several marketers have stressed on the benefits of involving employees in your social media marketing plan – it increases your reach many times over, adds credibility and influence to your brand message, and helps build relationships between employees and potential customers on social media. Companies all over the world are beginning to use social employee..

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It may seem easy, but social media managers know that engaging with an audience over any social media platform requires a lot of work. You need to develop a target audience, figure out how much time to spend on each social media platform, find ways to create original content, interact with your followers and much..

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Let’s jump right into the math. Say you have 50 employees and 700 Facebook fans. Your FB business page can potentially reach 700 fans that it has currently accumulated. What if every employee in your company has an average of 338 friends (the average number of friends among adult Facebook users is 338). That means..