How to construct a customer-advocate program that works

09/18/2013 | Forbes

Building a successful customer-advocacy program requires brands to develop a recruiting process to find the advocates who can best represent them, writes Ekaterina Walter. Next, create a community by giving them tools to create content they can share, and reward the ones who are most engaged with first glimpses at new products or other incentives.

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