Welcome to SAP Social Media Relations’ team Bloggers’ Corner blog! This is the official SAP Social Media Relations program devoted to the interaction and engagement of social media influencers in and around the SAP space. The program rests within the domain of SAP’s social media relations team and is designed to provided a non-classical form of interaction with the external bloggers and influencers we work with but will also (we hope anyway) serve as a way to attract new voices that want to interact with us.
We want to keep it both separate from SAP; for the reasons that we don’t want it to be a “corporate” blog but, we also want to ensure that it is very much indisputable that it does represent our team’s activities on behalf of SAP. As this blog is intended to promote conversation about the things that SAP is doing in the market it will be limited to public information only. We just want a more creative/freeform style of communication. Yes, you’ll get press releases, yes, you’ll get links to various corporate blogs, videos, etc., our intent is to engage more effectively and efficiently so we hope you don’t mind.
Finally, We need your input! What would you benefit from the most? Are there things you’d like us to do on the blog, at our events, etc. to make things easier for you? What should we consider that perhaps we’ve not been doing ? Our goal is simple, we want to engage but, quality engagement only works if the perceived value is bi-directional. We want to provide you value but, we also want value for SAP. So, please let us know what interests you have, tell us what we’re doing well and what we could be doing better – we’re all ears!
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