When one thinks of companies that have been successfully implementing social media strategies, regulated industries, such as insurance, usually don’t jump to mind.
Insurance has traditionally relied on customer referrals and being on social media channels means being where the company’s customers are. Weiss shares his perspectives on the upside of being responsive to negative posts, trusting your employees and being careful about thinking of those on your social media channels as consumers.
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