What makes a digital influencer?
Is it follower numbers? The ability to find and create great content? Or just a genuine passion for transformation and digital change?
On May 24th and 25th, we’ll be hosting our new Shift event in London, and we want to find the biggest influencers online to be help us drive digital change.
The gurus and visionaries who are kindling conversation about digital leadership and the drive towards truly customer-centric business models. Senior marketers, digital gurus and business leaders tasked with implementing digital transformation and responsible for driving marketing strategy across data, digital, acquisition, search, customer experience, analytics, user experience and customer service. Anyone who wants to transform.
With this in mind, we’ve created #Digirevolution, and we want you to join us.
We’ve built a unique leaderboard that weighs up your social media credentials, examines the content you’ve been sharing and assigns you an influencer score. If you’re sharing content and using the #Digirevolution hashtag then we’ll feature you here on the blog every week until May 16th, when our top influencer will receive a free pair of tickets to the event.
We’ll be sharing your #digitrevolution tweets and comments, so join the conversation and tweet your way to the top of our digital revolution leaderboard.
What are you waiting for? Get tweeting leaders!
Interested in digital transformation, leadership and customer experience? Discover more about Shift and the #digirevolution.
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