Successful social media marketing efforts require consistency and quality.
Today, smart businesses know they cannot leave recruiting to their human resources departments. Instead, they motivate their teams to spread the word about their companies – and current job openings – on social media.
You may be surprised to know that 84% of “solopreneurs” earning over $100.000 per year receive most of their contacts through word of mouth.
While internal communication has changed significantly in the last years, certain components still matter. Culture, technology, measuring and transparency are just a few.
Have you ever wondered if Employee Advocacy is a fad or whether studies can back up the almost-too-good-to-be-true claims? You’re not alone. Companies are beginning to experiment with Employee Advocacy and are generating results that raise brand awareness, increase trust and drive revenue.
Did you know that effective internal communication creates tangible financial rewards for businesses?
MuleSoft has used Smarp as an influencer tool – engaging its employees and those connected with them on social media.