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In the last blog, we talked about the importance of employer branding, content types and best platforms for the same. As promised, in this piece we take you through some benefits of employer branding and steps on preparedness.
What do Apple, Google, Ikea, Ingersoll Rand and L’Oreal have in common? They have an employer brand that rules the marketing world. Wikipedia defines employer brand as a “term commonly used to describe reputation as an employer, and its value proposition to its employees, as opposed to its more general corporate brand reputation and value proposition to customers”.
In a statement in January 2018, Facebook announced that its Newsfeed algorithm is in for a tectonic shift to favour more “meaningful interaction”. As brands and marketers discuss how this will affect brand visibility and advertising, here is our take on what the change means, and how to work around it:
I have often heard people say ‘Numbers scare me’, and wondered if it is because numbers always speak the truth! In today’s world of gadgets and data, there is no dearth of numbers; getting confused by them is pretty much inevitable. However, when used wisely, numbers are a treasure trove of insights that can guide you to your desired goal.