On Air: 02:00 - 03:00 EST (GMT-5)
Monday, January 26th, 2015
The importance of community involvement and engagement can’t be over looked by brands, but many brands start that engagement focused on external customers and prospects. Ideally the brands greatest ambassadors and evangelists are their employees and by switching that focus of community engagement internally first will make the external community engagement that much more successful.
We will be talking employee advocacy, employee engagement, social business tools and overall brand employee to customer relationships.
Chief Digital Strategist & Partner at Broadsuite
Technology Evangelist focused on turning digital signals into Social Intelligence. 8 years of experience as a power user of social business and social media tools. 2 years ago Brian moved from power user to advisor for enterprise size companies integrating software solutions. User on multiple social networks & a big twitter chat fan! Proud Dad of 3 girls.
Nick works with ad agencies, brands and startups improving their digital strategy, content marketing, social media and branded entertainment marketing efforts. He put the first Instagram Video on TV for Oprah, and built content strategy around the PS4 launch in North America. He is a frequent speaker and writer, having given talks at at SXSW, iSummit, Syracuse University, Pace University, San Francisco Hacker News as well as writing for Social Fresh, the Next Web, Convince and Convert and others.
Owner at Branding by Jacob
A digital native, Jacob has studied and participated in the evolution of social media as a preferred method of communication for both companies and individuals. A big fan of video production, Jacob produces video tutorials on social media on his personal website.
Digital Marketing Manager at Dynamic Signal
Director, Community & Content at Scoop.it
Ally Greer is the Director of Content & Community at Scoop.it, a San Francisco-based content marketing platform that helps anyone from SMB to enterprise manage and execute impacting content marketing programs. There, she leads the development and implementation of content strategy with the goals of lead generation and brand building as well as a building a multi-tiered community management system. For musings on the Internet, sports, and eyeroll-worthy puns, follow @allygreer on Twitter.
Chief Listener at Pipeliner CRM
Rachel is the Chief Listener at Pipeliner CRM where she manages all digital communications including social selling initiatives and influencer, advocate, and partner programs. She is a frequent contributor to MillennialCEO.com and co-hosts Social Business Hour (#SBizHour) with Brian Fanzo.
- What role does community play in a company becoming a social business?
- What are some unique challenges when managing an internal employee only community?
- What roles do employee advocates and industry influencers play in managing a social business community?
- Where should brands start when building or extending an employee community externally?
- How can employee advocacy empower social selling, social media marketing and other business strategies?
- How can #CMGR get leadership and executive buy-in to get them to lead by example?
- What data can businesses measure to link community to paid, owned and earned media?
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