Not everyone has a public social media account, or some events call for confidentiality, and that’s precisely where private social walls come in to help you boost engagement.
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A private social wall is a tool that allows you to collect posts, photos, and videos from your audience, no matter if they have public social media accounts or not. It’s a great engagement tool for internal company events and events that have an audience that is not very active on social media or has privacy concerns. Be it leadership events, company Christmas or summer parties, employee appreciation events, or any other kind of internal event your brand plans on organizing.
To ensure that your event stays private, set your wall to “private” in your Walls.io settings. Then, only those with whom you share your private link will be able to view the social wall. It will also not show up in Google search results.
“Walls.io is now our go-to method for events that take place on a global scale, specifically Cisco Beat. Cisco Beat is a monthly all-employee (around 70,000 people) call.”
Liz Morgan, Human Resources Representative, Cisco
Get started with a private social wall to capture the best moments and create a different level of engagement.
A social wall is a fun way to capture the best moments of any internal event — be it a company event, an exclusive customer event, or an employee’s birthday.
Create a social wall for your private event and share it with your attendees in minutes.
Allow visitors to upload text and photos directly
Pages, page mentions, albums
Hashtags, business profiles
Keywords, hashtags, profiles, collections, lists
Keywords, profiles, playlists
Check out many more content sources.
Attendees’ thoughts and feedback mattered a lot to the event organizers and sponsors, and the social wall made that possible with transparency and efficiency. The level of engagement on various activities sparked greater interest amongst the attendees. Their posts spoke about the learning takeaways, impact on their career aspirations, and their general experience of the virtual event.
To celebrate their 10th year as a company, BearingPoint's international consulting company organized an internal CSR campaign called 10 Days of Caring. They used a social media wall to display content on their intranet and screens at their various offices worldwide, motivating employees to take part in the philanthropic campaign.
More than 8,000 people, 22 locations, 7 time zones, 1 Cisco Leader Day. Cisco uses Walls.io to create a communication hub for one of its most significant global leadership events.
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