Boost your brand’s social presence through employee advocacy

What if you had tens, hundreds, even thousands of people available to advocate on your brand’s behalf? What if they could help you increase inbound web traffic, rank higher in search engine results, and boost the number of downloads, form fills or sales on your website? And while doing all this, they wouldn’t even charge you. You could actually potentially save dollars in your marketing and advertising budget. So why wouldn’t you “employ” them?

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Amplifying your presence at any event with social media: a three-step guide | after

It might sound extreme, but if you aren’t using social media to drive awareness and attendance, the other efforts you’re making are far less effective than they could be. [Read: you’re wasting resources and money.] Now that we’ve got your attention, we’ve got you covered with our three-part checklist, which tells you exactly what to do and what to consider before, during and after an event.

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Amplifying your presence at any event with social media: a three-step guide | during

It might sound extreme, but if you aren’t using social media to drive awareness and attendance, the other efforts you’re making are far less effective than they could be. [Read: you’re wasting resources and money.] Now that we’ve got your attention, we’ve got you covered with our three-part checklist, which tells you exactly what to do and what to consider before, during and after an event.

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Amplifying your presence at any event with social media: a three-step guide | before

It might sound extreme, but if you aren’t using social media to drive awareness and attendance, the other efforts you’re making are far less effective than they could be. [Read: you’re wasting resources and money.] Now that we’ve got your attention, we’ve got you covered with our three-part checklist, which tells you exactly what to do and what to consider before, during and after an event.

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Creating twitter cards: A (worthwhile) pain in the ass

We’ve long known that tweets which include images perform better, or receive greater engagement, than text-only tweets. In fact, research has shown that tweets with images are 150% more likely to get retweeted than tweets without images! So it’s pretty fair to say that if you’re not including images in most of your tweets, you’re leaving opportunities for engagement on the table…

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