187: Web traffic from links, thought leadership, internal comms report

Hanson & Hunt

Mar 22 2024 • 31 mins

There's new evidence that you should reconsider sharing links in your social media posts. Also, why your thought leadership approach might be stuck in “mutually assured irrelevance.” Plus, a new report on challenges in internal communications, the increase in distractions at work, and more! WHAT DO YOU THINK? We want to hear from you! Contact us with your comment about the topics we talk about in this episode. Or, are you looking for advice on some aspect of your communications or marketing work? Ask away! We may include your comment or question on next month's show.  Send us a message Record an audio comment or question, click the microphone at the bottom of HansonandHunt.com. EPISODE SUMMARY The social media productivity report Who sends traffic on the web? Spotlight: Auntie Anne's The 2024 state of internal communications B2B thought leadership impact report Closing: Reasons why employees are distracted ARTICLES AND LINKS The Social Media Productivity Report Who sends traffic on the web and how much? The art of making pretzels part of every conversation The 2024 state of internal communications Is your thought leadership stuck in ‘mutually assured irrelevance’? Reasons why employees are distracted FOLLOW HANSON AND HUNT Show page - HansonandHunt.com Apple Podcasts Spotify RSS feed SIGN UP FOR ARIK'S WEEKLY NEWSLETTER Subscribe MARKETING PODCAST NETWORK Hanson & Hunt is part of the Marketing Podcast Network, a community of like-minded podcasters in collaboration to offer advertisers a more effective and efficient way to reach prospective customers. Learn more at MarketingPodcasts.net. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices