Nov 22 Posted 2 years ago
Interesting take on C-level executives and social media. I do find most execs leave it up to their marketing departments, which can lead to a faceless voice on their social media channels.
I’d also like to know how much of c-levels’ Twitter activity is just posting their own views, or are they also actively engaged in responding to follower comments, retweeting, etc.
Nov 15 Posted 2 years ago
This is a nice blog post about Twitter and Tweets. In our opinion, if you want to get connected to your customes and market also, Tweeter and other social networks are the best way to enhance your online visibility. We think it is a must thing to enhance social networking for a business to become popular in the market.
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Nov 14 Posted 2 years ago
Hi Ekaterina! It’s a very interesting idea! I’ve seen Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors, regularly tweets about his personal life, Tesla and hot issues relevant to their brand. One impressive tweet was a job posting for engineers to work on autonomous cars based on Elon's announcement in Bloomberg about their new development of autopilot technology for cars. This tweet resulted in 2,067 Retweets and 797 Favourites.
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