What is an Ambassador?
A ambassador is a person who advocates for a specific cause
(e.g. a country or an organization) on the basis of their notability.
Goodwill ambassadors generally deliver goodwill or promote ideals from
one entity to another, or to a population.
- Knowledge of (and Appreciation for) Marketing
This isn’t to say your ambassadors and advocates need a marketing degree, but they should have a basic understanding of marketing’s core principles. Specifically, the best ambassadors appreciate the importance of authenticity in modern marketing, and grasp the role that digital marketing and social media play in driving high-quality referrals.
- An Established Online Presence
This ties back to the first characteristic, but it’s equally important. In order for word-of-mouth marketing to be successful, we need ambassadors to reach as many people as possible, across a variety of channels and platforms. Now, this doesn’t mean an ambassador must have 20,000 Twitter followers or thousands of email contacts to represent us. But they should have a well-established online presence and a highly-engaged network.
- A High Level of Professionalism
While ambassadors won’t be employed by us, you will be representing our organization. You will be talking about our organization, encouraging others to check out our website and engage with us, and influencing how others perceive our organization. If someone embarrassed themselves or our organization, you’d never hire them, right? The same standards should be applied to our ambassadors.
- Natural Leadership Skills
Think about the people you look to for recommendations. Sure, they’re knowledgeable experts in a particular space, but you probably seek out their opinions because they also exude confidence and positivity — traits that draw you in and make you want to listen. These are the same types of people we want representing our organization in Romania.
- A Passion for Building and Growing Relationships
Ambassadors are not salespeople heading out to make as many one-time sales as possible. They exist to foster strong, loyal relationships between our people and our organization. Our ambassadors should not only be passionate about — and intimately familiar with — our cause or services, they should also be skilled at making deep connections with others on our behalf
- The Ability to Gather Feedback and Provide Innovative Insight
No loyalty program is perfect. Neither is any particular product or service. Inevitably, ambassadors will gather feedback based on their experience with our services,. This information can provide critical intelligence that helps us improve our website and information.
How to apply:
- Send a write-up or fill in the form below giving information on your title and expertise to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Include a brief description of any projects that you have worked on
- Have you involved in other people projects? Give some information on this with references
- Let us know what you would like to do and your availability
- Minimum age is 18 years above
- We will reply to you within 10 working days to schedule the introduction call
- First introduction will be by Skype with our other ambassadors
- Face2Face meeting could be established after the introduction call
What we offer:
- Access to our Social Media
- Access to our Shared Drive with valuable information
- Access for posting articles on our website
- Weekly call to share ideas and engage with the team
- Monthly meet & Greet
- Email address