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#MultiplyTheFunnel

A hot topic of conversation among inbound marketing strategists right now is #FlipTheFunnel, thanks to another amazing Atlanta based company, Terminus. This ideas has revolutionized business around the world in the way they reach and engage prospective clients. At Yip Yip, we see another idea that could be just as influential, if not more. It’s called #MultiplyTheFunnel. Multiplying the funnel is where an organization recruits or empowers social employees, ambassadors, affiliates and/or influencers to consistently talk about the organization on social media. In fact, a Forbes article by Ryan Erskine, has added to the buzz by talking about about how

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Movement Mortgage: Onboarding & Approving Social Posts With Yip Yip

In this blog, we will go through the steps to onboard onto the Yip Yip platform as well as how to approve a social media post, both on desktop as well as on our mobile app. Once you are connected to Yip Yip, you will automatically receive content that you can easily publish on social media. This tool will help Movement loan officers stay active inside the newsfeed. We are publishing the first pieces of content on Wednesday, July 18th 2018, so make sure you are set up and ready to approve these posts! Here are directions for setting up

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PRESS RELEASE: YIP YIP INC. LAUNCHES NEW MOBILE APP

147 Technology Parkway Suite #100, Peachtree Corners, GA 30092 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Raina Robinson, Customer Success and Marketing Coordinator rrobinson@goyipyip.com or (404) 561-1890 YIP YIP INC. LAUNCHES NEW MOBILE APP PEACHTREE CORNERS, Ga. (13 July 2018)—Yip Yip Inc. launched their new mobile app, Yip Yip Mobile, today. The free app is available on the Apple App Store and Google Play, and can be found under the name Yip Yip Inc.   Yip Yip Mobile allows users to connect to their organizations on-the-go and approve and share social posts to Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. This brings the ease of Yip

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The Yip Yip App: How to Onboard and Approve Posts

In this blog, we will go through the steps to onboard onto the Yip Yip platform as well as how to approve a social media post, both on desktop as well as on our mobile app. Onboarding to Yip Yip Step 1: Your social media program is provided through a company called Yip Yip. After submitting your request to join, you will receive an email from their support team. To begin, find that email, and click “Accept Invitation.”     Step 2: You will be prompted to create an account. Simply add your account information and set up your password.

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PRESS RELEASE: YIP YIP INC. TO OFFER DIRECT CLIENT SERVICES TO MOVEMENT MORTGAGE

147 Technology Parkway Suite #100, Peachtree Corners, GA 30092 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Raina Robinson, Customer Success and Marketing Coordinator rrobinson@goyipyip.com or (404) 561-1890 YIP YIP INC. TO OFFER DIRECT CLIENT SERVICES TO MOVEMENT MORTGAGE PEACHTREE CORNERS, Ga. (12 July 2018)—Yip Yip Inc., or Yip Yip, has just announced a new direct client for a Social Ambassador program with Movement Mortgage. Movement Mortgage will launch a Social Ambassador program for their loan officers on July 16, 2018. This new program will be free for all of Movement Mortgage loan officers and will allow them to market themselves as well as

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Why Politicians Should Build A Social Ambassador Program (And How They Can Easily Implement It)

Voters trust the opinions of people they know and admire 92% of people around the world say they trust recommendations from friends, family and colleagues over all forms of advertising. Most politicians would agree that word-of-mouth is a powerful force that can help win elections and persuade voters. This is why politicians go to advertising in order to stay top-of-mind with supporters to spark actual conversations. The challenge they face with advertising is that, although it’s necessary, it’s expensive and many people are starting to tune out ads. A study showed that 60% of people typically ignore ads, and the

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