You are responsible of getting your employees to engage in your company branding. Maybe you have already encouraged your employees to share your social media content? Or maybe you are writing articles about your talented employees? What if you could get your employees to produce the content and engage in social media all by themselves? Here are 6 ways to get your employees to engage in your employer branding and social media content.
“Over the next decade, success or failure for consumer goods companies and retailers will be measured by the speed and thoroughness with which we're able to adapt to change at all levels - global, national, local and personal.”Read on →
Over the past years, the luxury industry has been facing a number of market and consumer changes that have led to a revolution forever changing how the luxury brands approach their market.
The economic crisis kicked in and brands were forced to consider broadening their communication in order to reach enough consumers to sell their goods.
The digital revolution meant that luxury brands had to relate to a whole new communication channel that offered huge potential but also potential danger!
‘Støt Brysterne’ is one of The Danish Cancer Society’s largest fundraising campaigns. The primary goal is to raise money for research, prevention and patient support in order to win the fight against breast cancer – the most widespread disease among women. Our social media adventure started in 2009 with the ’Støt Brysterne’ Facebook page. Today the page has more than 460.000 fans and is one of the largest Danish Facebook pages.Read on →
- The most trusted source of information about your company comes, not from you, but from your highly satisfied customer, says Rob Fuggetta, CEO at Zuberance and author of the new book “Brand Advocates” in this interview with Market CommunityRead on →
If you want to engage people in your brand, well, first of all you have to identify your audience and be of relevance to them. We had a talk with CEO Marianne Stroehmann of the German Deutsche Telekom specialized digital media marketer InteractiveMedia about how you target, activate and engage your audience in the digital age. And how the future marketing organisation should be structured to embrace the opportunities and challenges.Read on →
A recent study at Aarhus University aimed to test the true drivers and outcomes of
customer engagement on social media. Get the valuable insights here and learn how to respond to them as a marketer.
- Branding is irrelevant in the age of the social networks. The consumer wants facts, not a fictional story about a product, a brand or a company, says the American media theorist, public speaker and author, Douglas Rushkoff, in this interview with MarketMagazine.Read on →
This fall 68.000 people went online and created their own McDonald’s burger, and more than 250.000 fans like, share and comment on the posts on McDonald’s Denmark’s facebook page. MARKET spoke with Brand Manager Lise Hørdam to learn how they are doing such a great job engaging their guests. She narrows it down to one thing: It’s all about being relevant.Read on →
Brands are topics of conversations on social media. No surprise there. But online conversations are less about the actual brands and more about the interests of people. There are conversations taking place within communities of interest – and brands are part of those community conversations whether they are taking active part or not. It’s time to focus on online community management and reap the long-term benefits of an engaging social strategy.Read on →