DeskAlerts Social Module Maximizes the Potential of Twitter, LinkedIn and WordPress

social_moduleSocial media has become one of the most powerful tools to sell, market, and send messages to people. They keep us updated with one another and give insights on the characteristics of different demographics.

That’s why businesses, organizations, and government agencies opt to open their own Twitter, LinkedIn, and WordPress blog accounts to be more in touch with the people they interact with.

If you have those accounts for your business, you likely want to generate more leads. DeskAlerts devised a way to help businesses connect with people through these social communication channels.

What does DeskAlerts Social Module do?

The DeskAlerts social Module helps the user post alert messages to corporate Twitter, LinkedIn, and WordPress blog accounts. This function enables DeskAlerts users to use the internal communications network to remotely post tweets, LinkedIn updates, and WordPress entries with just a few clicks.

The platform is designed to make the process as smooth and fast as possible – this is the same platform used in sending internal messages to regular employees.

What are the features of the DeskAlerts Social Module?

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Embeddable URL format.

You can make actionable content by linking external pages through embeddable URLs. You can connect people to the correct web pages instead of having them type it up and consume more time.

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Twitter-optimized platform.

For Twitter posts, you can send 140-character tweets to avoid abruptly cut text that may ruin the message as a whole.

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Scheduled posts

Using the platform, you can schedule messages with a particular date and time. This feature will need additional set-up after you installing the module to create a so-called Twitter app that will help the user communicate with the Twitter API.

How did the DeskAlerts Social Module come to be?

DeskAlerts is a web-based business communication solutions provider that acknowledges the leaps technology makes and its implications on business activity.

We created this new social module to help businesses take advantage of the popular use of social media to communicate. The module is a combination of all previous DeskAlerts social notification channels streamlined in a single platform.

The module aims to effectively and efficiently assist businesses in improving employee engagement and activity strategies and business communications plans through existing popular social media channels. With LinkedIn, WordPress, and Twitter use centralized in one interface, DeskAlert users can send notifications to each account from a single location.

DeskAlerts’ rationale for the move

We believe that this social media module is the next stage to helping our users align their Twitter, LinkedIn, and WordPress accounts as communication channels with their own business communication strategy.

The changes in the social media functionality of DeskAlerts social media is not without basis. Extensive research was done by the company and the results were remarkable. Here are some valuable insights we discovered:

  • 57% of all U.S. companies actively maintain their social media presence.
  • 64% of those companies use Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter to generate leads and promote brand awareness.
  • 47% of those companies use their social media accounts for customer service.
  • 39% of those companies use these channels for employee engagement.

What’s the big deal about open network data transfer?

Open network data transfer is commonly used in hospitals and healthcare establishments and organizations everywhere in the world. It enables patients and visitors to gain access to the hospital’s data network.

However, this means private patient data can also be seen by people who have no business knowing them. This can have legal implications that may cause inconvenience to the unaware people and the establishments themselves.

This can even damage the reputation of third-party network providers but DeskAlerts choose to solve the problem instead, which resulted in the creation of our Encryption Solution.