Microsoft France : Leading Innovation on Social Media through Employee Advocacy

Microsoft France

Leading innovation on social media through employee advocacy

Case Study - Microsoft Social Media Employee Advocacy
Case Study - Microsoft Social Media Employee Advocacy

Company employees receive content they can share immediately, ‘risk free’ and at the click of a button. The gamification tool and challenges offered constitute an additional incentive, though having the opportunity to promote their social media profile through relevant content already acts as very strong motivation:

  • For sales teams in particular, such as those on LinkedIn Sales Navigator, the ability to publish content that ties in with conversations they may be having with clients or prospects easily and regularly is an undeniable asset.
  • For companies, there are several hundred people per employee who can be reached through content marketing, job offers published on LinkedIn and so on. These people are often a core target, whether it’s for recruitment or marketing. They are even more likely to engage with the content because they know the person sharing it; 92% of social media users trust the recommendations of people they know (source: dwing).
  • By analyzing what employees and their connections share the most, both marketers and recruiters can determine the type of content that creates the greatest engagement and adjust their strategy accordingly; employees can contribute directly to the development of the editorial line in this respect.

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