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5 Easy Ways to Promote Internal Advocacy and Retain Top Talent

Ekaterina
A luxurious workspace like Google’s acts as an advert for new recruits, as do the people who work there. A company’s best asset is its employees, so it is important to attract the best candidates – and to keep them. Of course, not all companies have Google’s budget. For businesses wishing to give their employees the VIP treatment, but don’t have the resources for their own swimming pool, there are some simple steps you can take.
5 Easy Ways to Promote Internal Advocacy and Retain Top Talent

Why Marketing Evolution Is Failing in the C-Suite

danielnewmanUV
When that next board meeting happens and the powers that be say no to marketing evolution, and yes to more media buys and vanity metrics, stand up (if you aren’t afraid) and share with them the risk of doing the same, and why the things that have worked in the past will no longer work today.
Why Marketing Evolution Is Failing in the C-Suite

Forget Products: Sell Hope

Kathy Klotz-Guest
Companies need to address the larger corporate narrative and make sure that it includes hope for the future: in other words, how, in the aggregate, will society be better off because of our company? How can we be harbingers of change and hope so that not just customers, but society is better because of what we do?
Forget Products: Sell Hope

25 Tips to a Healthy Social Business Mindset for the C-Suite and Marketing Leaders

PamMoore
In this episode of the Social Zoom Factor podcast I share with you 25 tips for a healthy social business mindset. I share with you why success is as much about the art of human relationships as it is about learning and understanding the technology and new media platforms.
25 Tips to a Healthy Social Business Mindset for the C-Suite and Marketing Leaders

Stop Listening to Social Media Gurus and Build Your Own Plan!

PamMoore
In this episode of the Social Zoom Factor podcast I explain why you must stop taking the advice of gurus as the social media gospel and why you need to roll up your sleeves and get to work building your own plan.
Stop Listening to Social Media Gurus and Build Your Own Plan!

The Dirty Job of Growing a Business

DebraEllis
Contrary to popular belief, successfully growing a business requires more than social media updates and delegation. All employees must be willing to go the extra step required for positive customer experiences, but the motivation has to come from the top. Leadership by example is mandatory.
The Dirty Job of Growing a Business

Creating Optimal Content with Limited Resources

gursharn
Marketers know that good content is the fuel for your lead generation programs. We hear that “Content is King” all the time. But what can marketers do when juggling budgets, resources and time to create the content strategy needed to truly drive leads?
Creating Optimal Content with Limited Resources

7 Ways Social Media Has Changed Leadership

markwschaefer
The shrill, noisy, and extemporaneous nature of the social web is not exactly an ideal environment for the traditional notion of leadership. I’ve been thinking about this a lot and have listed here a few ways I believe social media presents challenges for leadership.
7 Ways Social Media Has Changed Leadership

How to Get Employees to Take BYOD Policies Seriously

Rick Delgado
Without compliance to BYOD policies, many businesses may have to resort to mobile device management software, giving them more control over each employee’s personal device. If workers want to avoid losing some of their autonomy, they would be wise to follow the policies of their companies while still reaping the benefits of using their own devices.
How to Get Employees to Take BYOD Policies Seriously

How Social Media and Content Marketing Fail—and How to Fix the Problems

dneisser
For most marketers, social media and content marketing are underperforming despite the hype. Here's a clear-eyed looked at how social and content efforts have gone awry. (In part 2 of this article, to be published tomorrow, I'll provide the solutions.)
How Social Media and Content Marketing Fail—and How to Fix the Problems