You can have a Facebook page, a Twitter account, and even a LinkedIn business profile, but there’s no point in running a social media campaign if it’s not designed to drive leads to your business. Learn more in the eBook.Download now!
It is just over a month ago that Belgium had its first #kloutparty. To attend you needed to prove (or not) your influence by having a high Kloutscore. Have you ever wondered how some of these young men and women have done it to increase their influence in a short period of time?
The biggest challenge for companies in 2013 is how their are going to use awareness building to inspire their employees’ participation to social media to become ambassadors and amplify the corporate messages using a number of gamification schemes..
One of trends for 2013 will be “Amplification”. As more and more of the employees are becoming active on social media, companies are realizing that they are low hanging fruit when it comes to brand ambassadorship. They want to enlist them as ambassadors and are setting up awareness sessions in the hope these employees will actually help spread the word. .
One of the first things we learn when we join Linkedin is that we need to participate in groups. Once we join, we see confronted with disappointment about the lack of conversation... Conclusion: LinkedIn remains a great tool for networking but not for conversations.
...today we live and work in a world with a whole new generational language and fairly soon there will likely be classes on, “how to speak Social Media”. But any language starts with an alphabet. So here is my take on how to teach the alphabet.