Resource LibraryNot Categorized

Extend your social reach by making it easy—and safe—for your employees to share company posts with their own networks.

The quickest way to boost your social media reach is to ask employees to share your organization’s content on their personal Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter profiles.

Our Employee Advocacy Toolkit gives you supporting stats and strategies you need to get buy-in from executives and employees.

It also shares real-life examples of companies that have developed effective in-house advocacy programs, and shows how you can make this tactic work for your organization.

Your free toolkit includes:

White Paper: The Power of Employee Advocacy

Discover compelling statistics from the White House, Gallup, LinkedIn, and more that prove the compelling results employee advocacy can have for your organization.

Guide: How to Get Employees to (Willingly) Share Your Social Media Content

Use this guide to understand employee motivations and expectations for advocacy programs—including the top three reasons why employees share content with their peers.

Case Study: Building Brand Reach Through Employee Advocacy

Learn how AccorHotels increased their reach by 2X with the AccorHotels social desk.

To get instant access to your Employee Advocacy Toolkit, just fill in the form on this page.

Download your resource now

Share This:

Related Resources

owly asset not found
Case Studies

Penn Mutual Case Study page

With a content studio and library of pre-approved content, Penn Mutual helps time-strapped 
financial professionals deliver more value to clients
owly asset not found
Case Studies

British Museum Case Study Resource

With a social media strategy focused on engagement and customer experience, 
the Museum has grown its social audience faster than its peers
IAG Case Study Resource Image
Case Studies

IAG Case Study Resource Content

The insurance leader arms reps with social media technology, content, and training to engage broker audiences in an authentic way
Get the training you need to grow your career