Brand ambassadors know the difference between establishing contacts and spamming.
Target audience: Marketing professionals, SEO specialists, PR pros, brand managers, businesses, nonprofits, educators, Web publishers, journalists.
Post by Andrew Lisa
In the beginning of the brand ambassador movement, the job entailed – and still does, to a certain degree – “going out” and announcing the brand to interested parties. Social butterflies who enjoyed interacting with people, early brand ambassadors combed nightlife spots, events, conferences, and parties, bringing with them the news about the business, whose intricacies they made it their business to obsess over.
Modern brand ambassadors are much more technologically inclined, and they spend much of their time “going out” on social media. Continue reading