Sharetize Mobilizes Employees For A Good Cause and Charitable Brand Building reports Sharetize
(EMAILWIRE.COM, February 24, 2013 ) San Francisco, CA -- Sharetize has developed a social media marketing tool that creates an engagement point for corporate communications or Community Investment teams to interact with employees and corporate friends/followers to promote pre-approved Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) messages. The revolutionary system from Palo Alto, CA based Sharetize Inc. incentivizes employees to share corporate communication messages on their social networks, in return the company donates funds for the postings and clicks to an approved corporate charity of choice, everybody wins.
Technology is revolutionizing the way that charities raise funds and Sharetize plays a key role in assisting charities to not only achieve their fundraising goals but increase their brand presence and social media footprint.
Corporate CSR messaging also faces a constant battle of sincerity and struggles to break thru the clutter of today's big promise and small deliverable reality. The Sharetize platform eliminates the layers and puts direct messaging in the hands of a trusted network of communicators that share the messages, organically spreading the good work of the company and by doing so, and generating money for a charity.
For any company to execute a campaign it is a simple as designating a charity of choice, creating a series of voices or messages and deploying your employees and followers into the social media universe. The end results are more money in the pockets of charities that need them the most, an engaged employee/follower base and well executed CSR campaign.
Sharetize (http://www.sharetize.com/) is a revolutionary new social media website which allows users to communicate in such a way that there are no boundries between them. It is a great way for people of all ages to logon and raise an issue which may gain the attention of those who you want. Visit the SCR website for more on their Corporate Social Responsibility and corporate communication.