Are your employees active there, too?
When employees are included in your social efforts, they become important brand advocates.
In this article you’ll discover how involving employees in your social media marketing benefits your business.
Would you like to get the most out of your hashtag campaigns?
In this article you will discover how Travelocity successfully implemented the most successful social campaign in the company’s history.
Do your employees feel confident sharing on social media about your company?
In this article you will discover how Adobe is empowering their 11,000 employees worldwide to be social media brand ambassadors. As a result, they are building customer goodwill and influencing sales.
Have you thought about using giveaways to educate your customers?
Great Lakes, a student loan service, used a Facebook giveaway to educate borrowers and open the lines of communication on a topic they suspected was confusing for their customers.
In this article you’ll discover how they increased their Facebook following by 200% without like-gating their Facebook campaign.
Recognizing that their customers may have difficulty understanding the details of their student loans, Great Lakes set out to inform and help their borrowers via a promotion. The company focused solely on Facebook and hosted a sweepstakes offering a $6,000 cash prize to be put toward an existing student loan.
Do you want to know exactly what impact social media has on your business?
In this article you’ll discover how SAP North America created a process that shows them exactly how social media is touching millions of dollars in potential business.
SAP is a global leader in enterprise-level software and services. They have nearly 67,000 employees globally, and over 15,000 in SAP North America. They service 25 different industries and 12 lines of business with enterprise software.
Are you wondering how you can integrate social media with public relations?
Instead of waiting for the media to write their story, organizations are choosing to share those stories via social media.
In this article I’ll share four ways you can use social media to support and enhance your public relations.
Are you wondering how to get the most out of your contests with social media?
In this article you’ll discover how Intuit QuickBooks used social media to supercharge their Small Business Big Game contest, promoting their mission and vision to their target audience.
In July 2013, Intuit QuickBooks announced the Small Business Big Game contest. One small business would win a 30-second television commercial that would air on February 2, 2014 during the third quarter of football’s biggest game, the Super Bowl.
Would you like to grow your business using social media?
In this article you’ll discover the social media “Secret Sauce” that anyone can use to grow their business without spending money on advertising.
The Cheapskate’s Guide to Marketing
Alison Prince–a self-described “cheapskate at heart” and owner of Pick Your Plum, an online retailer specializing in limited-time discount deals–grew her business 800-fold using what she calls her “Secret Sauce”.
Are you soliciting user-generated content (UGC) for your business?
Would you like to know how to get the most out of user-generated content?
Medtronic Diabetes, which develops and sells diabetes management products, has been soliciting user-generated content since 2012.
Their Share Your Story Facebook app has been so successful that it is driving a 2-to-1 return on investment (ROI) for their entire social media program.
Read on to discover best practices from Medtronic Diabetes for how to get the most out of user-generated content.