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Addvocate Turns Employees Into Social Brand Amplifiers

One of the most efficient and fastest ways to spread your brand’s message is by empowering the employees who work for or alongside you.

Luckily, there’s a tool that facilitates that in-house brand advocacy so you can expedite the process of encouraging employees to tweet and post about your company. It’s called Addvocate.

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Expion Launches Social Advocator, A Tool To Create Brand Advocates Out Of Employees

Who better than a brand’s employees to spread the company’s message?

Social media software company Expion has just launched Social Advocator, a browser plug-in tool that empowers a company’s employees to interact with and amplify the company’s brand voice.

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Socializing, Social Networking And Surfing The Net – The Biggest Workplace Time Wasters [INFOGRAPHIC]

There are two kinds of people: those who waste time in the office, and those who waste time in the office but never get caught.

Joking aside, even the most hardy and devoted of employees will find themselves skimping on work duties on occasion, but what are the biggest causes of procrastination in the office?

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Meetings, Office Politics And Social Media – How Do We Waste Time At Work? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that more than six in ten employees visit non work-related websites during office hours, and almost half (46 percent) have spent time at their desk looking for other jobs?

Social media can be a source of time suckage, too. Facebook is the biggest culprit, with 41 percent of respondents using the social network, ahead of LinkedIn (37 percent), Twitter (8 percent) and Pinterest (4 percent).

But overall, the internet is less of a threat to employee productivity than you might think – less than one in five (18 percent) workers waste time online.

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