Best Practices for Enterprise Social Media Management

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For those executives who thought or still think that social is a fad, it’s time to reevaluate your thinking.

Our very own Ted Coine is featured in a Slideshare focusing on what organizations can do to succeed in being social. For the executive, senior manager or even middle-manager reluctant to find ways to scale social within their organization or team, this informative and actionable information can help.

What You Will Learn

The deck below can be downloaded as an eBook, too. (Clever!) We’ve captured what you can learn by going through the eBook by borrowing the language directly from Sprinklr’s Slideshare page. Why reinvent the wheel when it’s perfectly functional and works.

  • Branding in a Social@Scale World
  • Content & Conversation to be Social@Scale
  • Social@Scale Organizational Models
  • Tools and Tactics to be Social@Scale
  • How to Think Social@Scale

We hope you enjoy the content.

Art by  Jens Callius

Change Leader | Speaker | Writer Co-founder and CEO of Switch and Shift. Passionately explores the space where business & humanity intersect. Promoter of workplace optimism. Believes work can be a source of joy. Top ranked leadership blogger by Huffington Post. The Optimistic Workplace (AMACOM) out 2015

  • Eric

    Social Media is very useful in propagandizing, I think few people will doubt it. But we need assistance to help us do the management job like checking order and storing data. As I manage my business, I buy renowned mlm software to help me do such work. It saves my time and energy.

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