He then shared pragmatic use cases on rolling out an advocacy program, walked through research on best practices and pitfalls from leading brand programs and discussed how to measure success. Scott shared his social media team’s strategy in launching an employee advocacy program to 90,000 tax professionals across 10,000 retail offices.
H&R Block’s case study is one of the few formalized employee advocacy programs for large Fortune 500 companies. Zena highlighted two key elements of employee advocacy in social media: 1) Content marketing and 2) Gamification mechanics, then walked through the benefits of Expion’s employee amplification browser plug-in, Social Advocator.
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Zena Weist is the Vice President of Strategy at Expion. She is an integrated media strategist with over 17 years of executive leadership in online marketing on both the agency and brand side, providing digital communications and social media strategic counsel across a portfolio of Fortune 500 companies. Zena has led award-winning interactive teams at Edelman, H&R Block, Sprint, Hallmark and Embarq, providing leadership in online brand engagement, digital strategy, and integrated marketing communications. When her fingers aren’t on the keyboard, Zena is playing with her family of four active kids plus one adorable husband or trying to sneak in a run.
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