Get More Leads & Increase Sales Through Employee Social Sharing With Worker Advocacy Toolsby PRC Agency PR
A new digital marketing report has been launched focusing on the impact of social sharing from employees within a company. It covers five social sharing tips and tools for teams to help take their business marketing to the next level, so the company can get more leads and increase sales.
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The report explains that incremental sharing of very topical posts tends to go under the radar when posting to Facebook groups, in blog comments, on Pinterest, and on forums. This is because it is seen as adding value to the topic in hand.
By doing this, a company can post links to its website, products and services in a way that is not seen as spamming. This can lead to huge amounts of people clicking through to discover the company, increasing brand awareness in a big way.
It also means that, through appropriate sharing of links, companies can get hundreds and sometimes thousands of people clicking their links. This is achieved through systematic sharing each day or each week, which can lead to big results.
One of the ways companies can leverage employee advocacy is through using Smarp. For anyone looking to increase their social shares of content, Smarp is a powerful way to encourage sharing. It helps people to find the best on-topic content to share, making it quick and seamless to do so.
Employees can share content from the team’s feed to the social networks they’ve connected. They can also use Smarp to comment on the content, increasing engagement.
Other tools featured in the report include Anders Pink, from the team behind BuzzSumo. This helps anyone to find topics of interest with ease, and encourages quick and easy sharing.
Readers can also discover the benefits of Inoreader, which makes it easy to manage content curation, along with Buffer for business, and Triberr, which simplifies social sharing.
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Created on Jan 23rd 2018 17:03. Viewed 387 times.