Leads developed through employee social advocacy convert 7x more frequently than other leads
Leading social sellers create 45% more opportunities and are 51% more likely to achieve quota
57% of workers now consider ‘social business’ practices to be important when choosing an employer
Source: MIT Sloan
48% of employees see their leadership participation as validation for their own advocacy on social media
Source: Altimeter @Prophet
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Empowering your employees, partners and customers to become social advocates can positively impact lead generation, referral recruitment, revenue growth and employee engagement. Tribal Impact specialises in B2B social advocacy. We help people and companies socially enable their tribes through training, tools and content.
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Leads developed through employee social advocacy convert 7x more frequently than other leads (Source: IBM). Find out how social advocacy can support your inbound digital marketing strategy and sales alignment…
Leading social sellers create 45% more opportunities and are 51% more likely to achieve quota (Source: LinkedIn). Find out how social advocacy can increase deal sizes, shorten sales cycles and deepen relationships…
39% of employees have shared positive comments online about their employer (Source: Weber Shandwick). Find out how social advocacy can streamline internal comms and empower a digital workforce…
57% of workers now consider ‘social business’ to be important when choosing an employer (Source: MIT Sloan). Find out how social advocacy can strengthen the employer brand and referral recruitment…
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Every successful employee advocacy program starts with a solid foundation…a plan. Follow this workbook and create your employee advocacy plan in just 8 simple steps. You will set up your task force, create goals, define your objectives and much more.
73% of salespeople using social selling techniques outperform their peers
(Source: Aberdeen Group)
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