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7 reasons why employee generated content boosts growth

A couple of weeks ago Amy from Tribal Impact wrote a great blog on why it is key for your employees to create their own content.  In summary, it is all about the fact that we trust people we know far more than the companies they work for therefore clients and prospects will be attracted to your content if it is authentic and in your voice more than content created by your 'firm's' voice.

Here are Amy's 7 reasons why employee generated content will boost growth:

  1. Employee generated content supports your inbound marketing strategy  
  2. Instantly filling gaps in your editorial calendar with content
  3. Activating the authentic employee voice 
  4. Engaging and showcasing your employee influencers
  5. Improving employee engagement
  6. Attracting top talent to your organisation
  7. Supporting employee advocacy in your organisation

I would add the 8th reason. Content created specifically and deliberately for individuals you'd like to influence is more likely to resonate and drive relationships, deals and growth.

Digital transformation has completely changed the B2B buyer journey. With 70% of adults trusting the recommendations of their peers and networks on social media, compared to only 15% who trust brands, we now live in a Trust Economy - where transparency and digital word of mouth is key to company success.   According to the Roper Public Affairs survey, 80% of business decision-makers prefer to find the information they need via articles, not advertisements. Buyers are seeking high quality content and helpful communication to build trusting relationships before making a purchase. To achieve this, you need the most authentic content you can generate in your organisation; content generated by your employees.


content marketing, b2b marketing, e2e