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Crowdly's third installment of their thought leader interview series with Michael Brito of WCG, a W2O Group company.
A surprising number of organizations continue to fear the prospect of employees on social media, and by doing so are missing what could be one of their most powerful opportunities to achieve marketing lift.
When it comes to taking on new employees, you tend to only really have two options – use a job board or use a recruiter.
This is the second post in Crowdly's “Leaders in Advocate Marketing” series, which helps brands understand the word of mouth landscape and how to drive the best results across social, email and all customer engagement channels. This week, Erik Qualman discusses which brands are getting advocate marketing right, and how advocacy is a crucial part of brand marketing.
Engaging Employee Advocates: How Electronic Arts Is Activating Employees to Amplify the Brand’s Message
Welcome to another Social Media Today webinar as part of their Best Thinker webinar series, this time on the topic of Engaging Employee Advocates: How Electronic Arts is Activating Employees to Amplify the Brand’s Message.
The business case for a large transformation program like Employee Advocacy, will require costs and value, selling to stakeholders and motivating them to provide resource and investment support needed. Are you ready to change the game?
From content creation to product development, the opportunity for innovation in influencer relations is vast yet still remains largely untapped. In this post, I talk about our tendency to limit the practice based on outdated definitions and fear of the unknown. I also offer tips on how we evolve our understanding of influencer relationships and open ourselves up to the possibilities that real partnering can deliver.
At the 2014 Employee Advocacy Summit in Atlanta this September, Liz Bullock will share lessons on training and making use of insights from data from her experience leading Dell's employee advocacy program for 3 years.
Chris Boudreaux, co-host and speaker at the upcoming Employee Advocacy Summit in September, shares his excitement for this event and how he plans to enlighten attendees on emerging trends, tools and technologies. See you in Atlanta!
If the objective of a training program is for people to apply that learning in the workplace and make an observable difference to an organization’s results, then almost all corporate training fails to achieve its objective.