There’s been one term that we haven’t stopped hearing since the 2016 presidential election: fake news. Due to the increase in “fake news” stories circulating in the media, news outlets and social sites, especially Facebook, are doing everything they can to fight against these stories. Facebook has even implemented new policies regarding posting URL links and images on their news feed. Continue reading
Right now social platforms are battling it out for who will be today’s heavyweight champion by adding the newest features and trying to drive traffic to their networks. This seems to be the “story” between two social platforms that share similar features: Snapchat and Instagram.
When utilizing social media to drive leads to your real estate business, you can’t help but wonder which of these two contenders – Snapchat or Instagram – is better to have in your corner. Once you fully understand the features and compare them, you can make an informed decision on which social platform you should spend advertising dollars on to build your presence. Continue reading
You just listed a home, sold a property, or started working with a new client and the first thing you want to do is brag on social media. It’s ok, we all do it and working in the real estate industry, a client-centered marketing focus is necessary to show leads and clients why you are the perfect real estate professional for them. However, before posting your client’s photo on social media, take your client’s opinions into consideration.
Many people nowadays are ok with the idea of having their photo posted online. However, that does not apply to everyone and there are legal, safety, and ethical issues that need to be examined before posting a photo to your social profiles. Continue reading
August kicks off one of the best times of the year with so many different things to celebrate! If you think about it, it’s really an advertiser’s dream. Back to school is in full swing, then we start the transition to all things fall and pumpkin spice related, and before you know it it’s 1-2-3 Halloween, Thanksgiving, and winter holidays. It’s not only a ton of fun, it can also help you win business and continue to assert yourself as the local expert. By taking advantage of the splendors of the season, you have a built-in content strategy ready to make your business social sites a thriving (and fun) place to be. Think of this as a play-by-play or tutorial for what and how to post for the rest of the year, as well as what to look forward to each month! And of course, I won’t leave ya hanging, there are going to be examples to help you close out 2017 as strong as ever.
Social media has become a world of video. With social platforms realigning themselves to this medium, it is safe to say that creating video content is how fans want to engage with the businesses they follow.
However, creating video isn’t just hitting the record button on your camera. Platforms like Facebook and Instagram have implemented algorithms to lower the organic reach for underperforming and unengaging content. The next time you are creating a video for your profile, refer back to the strategies listed below to create engaging and watch-worthy content. Continue reading