How to Get Employees Sharing to Social, Achieving 10x Inbound Traffic

Date: Now On-Demand
Time: At Your Leisure!
Duration & Cost: 60 Minutes & FREE

Staci Johnson

VP of Marketing
Roth Staffing Companies

Ambrose Crenshaw

Director of Digital Strategy
NAPCO Media

Adrian Dayton

Founder
Clearview Social

Melissa Ward

Managing Editor
Target Marketing

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Summary

Marketers need to tap into the power of social media in order to gain exposure, engagement, and hopefully increase business. But with so much on their plates and the multitude of social platforms to cater to, it can be a challenge to properly support your social media goals.

However, many companies are overlooking an important resource when it comes to boosting their social media presence: their employees. By developing an employee social media program and empowering your team with the proper tools, marketers can boost social media traffic and increase engagement.

Join us for this webinar to learn how you can create a social media program that capitalizes on your employees’ social networks.

Register to learn:

  • How other companies have successfully created an internal army of social media marketers
  • Why content shared by employees has more engagement than the same content shared by company pages
  • How to simplify your social media program to get your employees sharing
  • How to increase your social media traffic without spending money on ads

Questions? Email us at [email protected] or give us a call at (215) 238-5300.


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