#EAmonthly Show Me The Content

#EAmonthly: Show Me The Content

By G.I. Sanders

April 5, 2016

It’s time for our monthly installment of “Show Me The Content.” This is a running series, where we highlight posts from awesome employee advocates that are doing a great job sharing content on social. It’s a tough choice each month, but this time around we think we picked out a few that really stand out from the crowd.

Here are this month’s featured posts:


Fedex helps out in an unlikely cross country move

FedEx tugged at heart strings with the story of Oliver, a rescued otter pup at Denver’s Downtown Aquarium. FedEx participated in the safe move of Oliver from Tampa, Florida to Denver, Colorado, making for a heartwarming story that employees were excited to share on social media..


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Getty Images discusses the representation of women on social and in the media

Employees and photographers from Getty Images helped drive registrations for a webinar that touched on how social media is influencing the way brands portray women. Combining a webinar with a cause that’s important to employees allowed Getty Images to reach a bigger audience and drive more registrations than the brand could by itself.


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O2 satisfies customers and lets employees tell the world about it

Never underestimate the power of a proud employee. O2 recently beat out their competition for customer satisfaction among mobile carriers, giving employees immense bragging rights. With an eye-catching graph that clearly shows O2 topping the list, employees were excited to share this news across social media.


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Stay tuned til next month, where we’ll hand pick a few more stand out posts. If you want them delivered directly to your inbox simply sign up below.

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G.I. Sanders
G.I. Sanders
G.I. Sanders is Director of Marketing at Dynamic Signal. He specializes in entrepreneurship, digital and social media, design, and marketing. G.I. is based in Dallas, TX with his wife and two sons. Passions include technology, startups, music, fitness and sports.