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Jason White

Director of SEO


The Corporate Swamy and the Flow of Organizational Change

Many times, your ideas will live or die based on your ability to market them to those around you. I’ve found that marketing and selling ideas internally can have a huge impact in getting things done from instituting content strategies to getting social media shares and the masses excited. Having worked on both agency and brand side, I’ll share my successes, failures and hard earned tricks and tips to when use when instituting organizational change. Employee advocacy is a cornerstone of our strategy at Hertz which I’ll use as an example.

In this session you’ll learn:

  • How to sell employee advocacy internally
  • How to get “buy-in” from executives to expand marketing across business functions
  • How to identify and onboard employees most likely to embrace cross-functional marketing
  • The skills needed to harness the marketing potential of employees across the organization

Mike Pace

Sr. Manager of Online Marketing


Content: The King of Revenue

There is a lot of talk around content marketing, but most companies struggle with identifying its true impact on revenue. What if I told you that content was one of the largest revenue generating channels in our marketing plan?

Through analyzing the data in attribution models, it is possible to attribute real revenue to your content marketing efforts. Then, armed with this data, you can begin to build out content marketing strategies that drive incremental revenue and provide an overall lift to total conversions and ROI.

Mike will take you through the steps to identify where content has the greatest impact on the customer journey, how to leverage this information for creating the right content, and where sharing content works into the revenue attribution model. 

In this session you’ll learn:

  • Where content fits into the overall marketing funnel
  • How to attribute revenue, and drive incremental success with content marketing
  • How to find the specific topics and pieces of content you should be focusing on
  • Learn social amplification tactics that will impact the highest attributed ROI channels and optimize spend
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Chris Winston

Communications Manager

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Providing Content for Employee Advocacy to a Distributed Sales Force

Coming soon!
Steven Dickens

Global Offering Manager


Subject Matter Experts as Brand Advocates

Organizations increasingly look to build expert level content, to engage beyond marketing hype and ultimately leverage subject matter experts to become social media advocates. As social media evolves from an advertising push channel to a method for driving deep client engagement then organizations need to leverage their SME's on the front line of social. However, often times the best SME's are also the most adverse to social media.

As an SME for IBM in the area of Cloud Computing I plan to highlight my personal experience in building a following of over 4,000 Twitter followers and curating a blog with over 1k views per month as a blueprint for how to engage and develop an SME advocacy program.

In this session you will learn:

  • How to engage employees and build an army of brand ambassadors
  • Simple ways to build SME blog content and quickly
  • How to tap the smartest techies to become bloggers and ultimately advocates
  • Simple coaching stories to take the fear out of going social

Julie Hayes

Sr. Brand Communications Manager


Going Global with Employee Advocacy

If you have customers around the world, your advocacy frequency signal should reach them. Don’t let traditional roadblocks like resource and localization costs get in your way. If you’re running an EA program and ready to expand, find out how Autodesk scaled their program to reach advocates in 37 countries and 11 languages, and what lessons we learned along the way. 

In this session you’ll learn:

  • How to assess whether going global is right for you
  • How to identify resources to scale your program beyond North America
  • Culture and social channel considerations

Jamie Laliberte Whalen

Sr. Manager of Content & Social Media 


Empower Your Internal Advocates with a Social On the Go Card

Do your employees know where to easily find your corporate social media policy and general posting guidelines? All too often people want to share their company's content but fear gets in the way. That's why at Mimecast we've developed an easy to reference card to empower our sales, marketing and onboarding teams to really spread our brand’s presence.

Our key social strategy objectives assist in helping employees understand what to share and when to share. In my session, I'll share some easy wins and the people to get onboard when driving internal brand advocacy.

In this session you'll learn: 

  • What a "social on the go card" is and how you can develop one
  • How to empower your company to empower themselves to improve a brand
  • How to really be a true “caster” of your space. We are all “Mimecasters” at our company, I'll share how to build a company allegiance that is stronger than anything.
  • How to be more than just your title, making social fit in at every level and department of your company.


Employee Advocacy Panel

Join our panel of employee advocacy practitioners for a discussion around how they developed their own programs and hear what they’ve learned along the way.


Randy Ksar - VP of Digital


Brian Baker - Corporate Communications Manager


Daniella Peting

Social Media Manager


Nine Ways to Get More from Events with Social Media

Whether you are a B2B or a B2C organization, you can use social media before, during and after an event to generate leads and awareness for your organization. In this session, you will learn how to develop, execute, manage and measure an organic social media event strategy in nine steps.

In this session you’ll learn:

  • My 9 step process for a successful social media event strategy 
  • How to expand your social influence at events by harnessing the power of your employees
  • How to create more effective customer experiences at events with social media

Douglas Spencer



Finding Your Employees' Voice

As one of the most powerful tools at a brand’s disposal, social media and its associated content strategy need to align with the brand’s goals at each post. Employees have the greatest capacity to reinforce a brand’s core message and personality — but only if properly prepared.

In this session you’ll learn:

  • How to make the case for a unified brand voice
  • Identify the key elements of a unified voice and where to find them in your organization
  • Explore specific ways brand education will bring the power of the consistent voice to employees
  • Before and after examples of off-voice content turned into on-voice content

Ashley Mayhew

Communications & Media Lead 


Employee Engagement - Creating Employee Advocacy and Mining Great Internal Content  

We all know our greatest brand ambassadors are our employees but how do you engage them so that they are willing to spread the word?

Great communications means a great employee experience and a great experience means engaged employees! Let’s chat about how you can utilize internal communications to drive your employee value proposition, build culture and transform employees into brand ambassadors.

In this session you'll learn:

  • An Employee Engagement consulting framework and how communications fits into the 'bigger picture' to align with organization strategy
  • Understanding the critical need for cross-functional partnerships across your organization (HR, Marketing, Public Affairs & Business Leaders)
  • Tactics on how to mine and create employee stories through internal engagement campaigns and leverage the outcome to inspire authentic brand building content
  • How to empower employees to be brand ambassadors