Fri, 19 September 2014
Everything you tweet, post, pin, say and do is a representation of your brand.
Does adding the disclaimer "my tweets are my own" to your Twitter profile really make them your own? Does it really separate your thoughts in 140 character increments from that of the brand you are associating yourself with?
Brand, marketing and business leaders must realize and learn that a simple statement of "my tweets are my own" does not mean that another human being reading them is going to necessarily separate those thoughts and a particular tweet or post to any social network from that of the brand.
Instead, brand and organizational leadership should be focused on investing in employees as human beings. They should be training them, empowering them to be loyal brand evangelists!
In this episode of the Social Zoom Factor podcast Pam Moore, CEO and Founder Marketing Nutz, a full service, social media, social business and digital marketing agency shares with you exactly why she does not believe your tweets are your own and that they have a direct impact on the perception of the brand for which you are associating yourself.
Why Your Tweets are Not Your Own
Everything you do online is a representation of the brand you work for
The importance of an employee brand advocacy program
Social media will reveal your organization from the inside out before transforming it