Leading brands across industries are launching Employee Advocate Marketing programs to increase employee engagement, job applications and company perception.
But how do they drive these results? What are the steps they took to launch and maintain a successful employee Advocate Marketing program? Download this detailed guide and step-by-step checklist for everything you need to know to launch an employee Advocate Marketing program.
Download this webinar recording to watch Natanya Anderson, Director, Social Media and Digital Marketing at Whole Foods Market and Denise Holt, CEO and Co-Founder at Social Intel discuss the 5 steps to launching an employee Advocate Marketing program.
During this on-demand webinar, Nancy Brandt, Senior Editorial Specialist at Target, shares how they scaled their employee advocacy program to thousands of exempt and non-exempt employees and drove brand awareness and employee engagement.
The numbers are in – your workforce is swiftly becoming a social workforce – whether you’re ready to support it or not. According to research from Weber Shandwick, 50% of employees are sharing about their brand on social media – most without training. But instead of stifling employees on social media, savvy organizations are embracing it and finding ways to engage their employees to advocate for their company online. According to National Business Research Institute, just a 12% increase in employee advocacy can generate a 2X increase in revenue growth.
How can brands get started with training employee advocates? Download this ebook to learn proven strategies from leading brands on how to train over 100 employees in 30 days.
Today’s modern buyer has unlimited access to information and connections right at their fingertips, at all times, through social media. According DemandGen, 77% of buyers won’t even speak with sales until they have performed their own research online. Sales teams that are succeeding in this new era are reaching these buyers earlier in the process through social selling.
This guide will give you what you need to get your sales team ready to master social selling — in just 2 minutes a day.
In this webinar, Bonin Bough, Vice President of Global Media and Consumer Engagement at Mondelez International, energetically discusses how Mondelez is challenging marketers to “think like a startup,” and leverage social media and mobile to drive impulse purchasing and brand preference. Bonin shares how Mondelez achieved recent success in social engagement including the Trident, Wheat Thins and Oreo’s “dunk in the dark” campaigns.
Thanking advocates for their efforts is an important component to Advocate Marketing success. Whether your goal is to motivate advocates to create and share brand content or increase awareness, a comprehensive Thank You strategy is vital in keeping your employee, consumer and blogger advocates engaged and sharing.
Employee-shared content increases reach 10x and engagement 8x. That’s why leading brands are launching Employee Advocate Marketing programs to drive the marketing metrics they care about most, including increased awareness, social engagement and new customers.
But what are the steps they took to launch and maintain a successful program? Download this guide and step-by-step checklist for everything you need to know to launch an employee Advocate Marketing program.
Download the guide and checklist to learn:
• The steps to launch an employee Advocate Marketing program
• Proven best practices to grow your program
• The recommended timeline and steps to ensure the program drives your goals
Employee advocates are your brand’s best resource to expand existing marketing programs. In fact, content shared by employees on social networks receives 8x the engagement of content on a brand’s own channel.
By powering employees to experience, create and share authentic content, brands can increase social engagement, reach new customers, and drive more web traffic.
Hear DeShelia Spann, Digital Marketing Strategist at Eaton, share how Eaton is mobilizing their employees to promote marketing initiatives and share brand content.
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