Central Hanover

AWD continues to focus on interactive online communication Central Hanover, in August 2009: the new AWDblog AWD, has stepped up one of the leading financial services providers in Europe, its social media activities a few weeks ago again. The current blog project dialogue instead of monologue provides insight into the company motto and invites you to interactive communication with AWD employees. As a contemporary and versatile instrument of business communication are recognized weblogs in countries such as the United States or the United Kingdom for many years. \”But also German companies begin, the possibilities and opportunities, the corporate blogging\” offers to use to increase their Internet presence. Company with its awd-unternehmen.de corporate blog and the Themenblog awd-karriereblog.de is one of AWD already since last year the currently active bloggenden\”in the financial services industry. Week create the AWD blogger posts informative and entertaining at the same time, by presenting specific News from the company ranging AWD consultancy services to current vacancies. The positive feedback on the blogs, which had AWD shortly after launch, shows that the AWD bloggers create actual value obviously with her informative articles for readers. Given this success, AWD end of June with the so-called AWDblog started the third blog project, which will provide the online community not only about the AWD portfolio, but above all about the people behind one of the leading adviser in Europe. \”Under the slogan dialogue instead of monologue\” the nine-strong team of AWD wants to give insight into everyday work by an internationally-oriented financial service provider, create transparency and integrate the reader this maximum in the communication platform. The content spectrum, offering the readers of AWDblog is particularly broad in scope while: so among numerous sponsorship and assistance activities of AWD in the blog will find consideration include news from the AWD-arena as well as the commitment for the AWD Foundation children’s aid.

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