Dynamic Signal Adds Sharing Functionality to Salesforce’s Distributed Marketing

Dynamic Signal Adds Sharing Functionality to Salesforce

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How often do you wish that your employees, contractors, and anyone else representing the organization could post great content about your brand on social media? Busy people don’t always have the time to craft the perfect social media post that shines a favorable spotlight on them and your brand.

Now, Social DM (Distributed Marketing) from Dynamic Signal revolutionizes how your people can share on-brand content through Salesforce with their social networks.

Dynamic Signal Social DMTake social sharing to the next level with our new integration into Salesforce’s Marketing Cloud. Dynamic Signal’s industry-leading Employee Advocacy functionality embeds directly into Marketing Cloud’s Distributed Marketing capabilities to amplify the reach to social media compared to only email previously.

Social DM for Dynamic Signal ensures everyone receives industry news, corporate promotions, and other thought leadership content directly in Salesforce. They then can quickly share this approved content with clients and prospects who are following them.

Easily accessible from the menu of tabs at the top screen of the Salesforce web application, Social DM from Dynamic Signal allows users to:

  • Share approved content across all popular social networks (e.g., LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, etc.)
  • Ensure everyone is confidently sharing on-message and on-brand content
  • Easily track tangible ROI by measuring reach, social engagement, and earned media value from social shares using built-in analytics dashboards and the Dynamic Signal EMV (Earned Media Value) calculator

Extend the reach of your brand awareness through the social credibility of your people – while also raising their profiles!

Get Social DM from Dynamic Signal today from the Salesforce App Exchange in your company Salesforce instance. Learn more here.

Post Author

Patrick Hanley

Patrick Hanley is the Director Strategic Alliances of Dynamic Signal and an accomplished Marketing Manager with more than 14 years of B2B experience in the high-tech industry. Prior to joining Dynamic Signal, he held management and marketing roles at Atmel Corporation, Cypress Semiconductor, and several startups. Patrick received his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Business Administration from Marquette University. His passions include soccer, golf, and wine.