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[WEBINAR] Why B2B Marketers Should Leverage Employee Use of Twitter

Wednesday, March 19th, 2014 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. EST

As the marketplace and workplace fuse together through social technologies, Twitter continues to gain momentum. In order to transform a business into a social business, companies need to develop more than a linear presence on Twitter.

With the right technologies and training, Twitter is one of the most powerful social tools, connecting and transforming brands in the digital bazaar.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:
•    Why it’s important to empower your employees on Twitter
•    How to enhance brand awareness and drive traffic through Twitter
•    How to connect with B2B thought leaders and influencers on Twitter
This free webinar is a must-join for employers, employees, digital marketers and strategists, and leaders who want to transform their business into a successful social business.

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