Reaching out and marketing to clients has drastically changed over the years. Now, more than ever before, you can connect with potential clients on a personal level through the use of social networking sites. There’s one network that combines both the accessibility to client’s actions and the ability to reflect one’s one personal style, and that social network is, the one and only YouTube. Continue reading
There are so many social media profiles on which you can market your real estate business these days. From Facebook to Pinterest, the sky’s the limit on social media platforms.
Photo sharing is such a big part of connecting via social media. As a real estate agent, this is really where you can capitalize on your marketing efforts because you can show images of your listings to all of your followers/friends (and, in some cases, their followers and friends). However, not all social media platforms are created equal; photos on Twitter aren’t pushed out at the same size as photos on Google+, for example. For the best photo quality, you’ve got to bend to the dimensions set by the site. Continue reading
Real estate professionals are always looking for new and conveinent ways to share property videos with their clients, contacts, and friends. With today’s technology, it’s easy to record video from your mobile device. However, trying to share that video with someone is sometimes a bit more challenging. The files are usually too big for text or email, and posting a video to YouTube might not be the best solution when you want to share a property video with someone. So what can a real estate professional do that is quick, easy, and free? I suggest SocialCam, a new social video app for smartphones that can make sharing video content with clients easier than ever.
This week, LinkedIn experienced a severe security breach that may have put upwards of 6.5 million passwords in the wrong hands. The social media site did its best to conduct damage control by being open about the problem, encouraging their users to change their passwords immediately.
Don’t delay – if you have a LinkedIn account, change your password as soon as possible. Even if your password wasn’t one of the ones compromised, why take the risk?