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Coverage Questions !

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helps the company in its marketing communications efforts. When you write an email to me for example – Please address me by name ‘Daksh’ instead of Hey, ‘You got a cool blog’ Hey XXX(well I’ve seen some funny names really We’re a cool company and we think this might be useful for your product. Home About In the Media ATM Redefined A Pleasant Gift December 9, 2007.7:05 05 am Coverage Questions !

7 Essential Building Blocks to Manage a Corporate Reputation Online


The companies that can ride out events like these are often able to do so because their past actions established a track record of dependability, responsibility, and ongoing improvement. Companies with a bad reputation may suffer losses of revenue and stock value for a long time after such events — just ask United Airlines or Wells Fargo. A company’s reputation is based on many factors. Every company makes mistakes.


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Is Remote Work Greener? We Calculated Buffer’s Carbon Footprint to Find Out

Buffer Social

I have worked at Buffer – a fully remote company – for four years. I have always assumed that a remote company must have a lower carbon footprint, but is that true? Calculating our impact in 4 key areas In this post, I’ll do my best to calculate our remote company’s carbon footprint versus a co-located company, analyzing categories including daily commute, office space, data storage, work travel, and more. Join a community or start one.

6 Content Marketing Takeaways from 30 Days of LinkedIn Publishing

Convince & Convert

I was, however, quite surprised at the popularity of certain channels — LinkedIn’s version of categories — and how they managed to attract such huge communities on LinkedIn. The sort of people (and articles) that get traction on LinkedIn have a lot more variety than your standard business fare: Where else would one find a community of 107,000 people online that are interested in the construction business?

Why Your Corporate Website Needs a Blog

Bill Hartzer

If you are in charge of a B2B (business to business) corporate web site, you might have wrestled with the decision of whether or not your company should create a blog. If you would rather not engage in blogging, you will find alternatives that can nonetheless help you drive qualified traffic and leads for your company Internet site, as a blog might, and to obtain the search engine ranking advantages a blog might bring.

How the LinkedIn Algorithm Works And How to Make it Work for You


According to LinkedIn’s Engineering blog , the algorithm also looks at the language of the post, and the companies, people, and topics mentioned in it. For this reason, the company has provided tips and best practices, which are included here, along with a few more from me. Tag relevant companies and members, use keywords strategically, and include relevant hashtags. Encourage employees to indicate they work at your company and use your corporate hashtag.