There was a time when people used social media to connect with friends and family. Not so much anymore! Today, social sites are all the rage when it comes to information gathering, product chatter, and forming communities. It’s little wonder then that every brand (and its sister concern) is rushing head first onto social media sites to promote their products.
Frequently used interchangeably, there is a difference between the two. The kind of engagement they bring to the table, their extent of influence on social media, their investment of time and effort in the brand, and a lot more are what mark these two types of influencers in the marketing realm.
Regardless of the industry, one thing will always stay constant. Trust breeds trust.
If people don’t trust your brand, others will follow suit. If people do trust you though, that’s the honey you need to attract more over to you.
And how to overcome them.
We’ve worked with some fairly large enterprise companies and helped them build their employee brand ambassador programs from the ground up. As you can imagine, we’ve heard our fair share of objections and faced quite a unique set of challenges. So much so that we’ve reached a point where we’ve heard them all.