Tag: social media training

 
Companies-need-to-leverage-their-employees

Social media policy: Employees to executives

Author: Bob Barker, James Kirk

Categories: Marketing Strategy, Social, Staff
Tags: employees, LinkedIn, shared content, social media training
Social media policy should extend outside the marketing department, as Bob Barker explains in this TV show. Social media policy – Companies need to leverage their employees. So companies are just waking up to the fact that they need to leverage their employees. There’s a terminology that says marketing is far too important to be left [...]
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