ALEXANDRIA, VA, May 31, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- The new DeskAlerts social module combines all of the previous DeskAlerts social notification channels into a single, streamlined module. Efficient and effective, the module has been developed to help businesses with active employee engagement
strategies and business communications plans to use their existing social media channels to their fullest. The module centralizes LinkedIn, WordPress blogs and Twitter and allows DeskAlerts users to send notifications to each from the same single location.
Roman Toporkov, Lead Developer at DeskAlerts, said, "We have long since advocated the use of social media as an effective communication channel and offered our clients an easy way to update their social media presence via their DeskAlerts console.
"We feel that our new social media module is a welcome next step and will help our users to make more of their Twitter, LinkedIn and WordPress blogs and more closely align those channels with their overall communication strategies. Above all, this new look social module makes it quicker and easier than ever for DeskAlerts users to update their social profiles."
The changes to the DeskAlerts social media functionality comes on the back of an extensive research project conducted by the company earlier this year. It discovered that 57% of US companies maintain a social media presence with a total of 64% of those social media savvy firms employing channels such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter for lead generation and brand awareness purposes. A further 47% of businesses were found to use their social media accounts for the purposes of customer service while 39% said they used these outlets to engage with employees.
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