With 2014 approaching, we take the time to examine some of the trends that people are using and how they can potentially rack up your real estate marketing campaigns. Bear in mind though that some of these new software and services still do not have an active adult market, but they are showing success and leverage in the Generation Y markets. And while that might be the case, it’s still a great idea to invest a few hours to understand how the social media avenue can work for you; you may never know when a good idea might hit you.
Linkedin is one of the most fascinating places online where you canmarket your property if you are a real estate marketing specialist. It’sgot everything you’ll truly want and much, much more. Imagine a placewhere you can join groups on a specific niche or topic, and fine tuneyour searches for individuals who might just be interested in buyingyour property that’s up for grabs in your area. It’s also a place forlearning and lead generation. The bottom line is, when used properly thesocial media site, Linkedin, can be a very powerful tool. The sadreality is that there are people who make huge blunders when trying tomarket something through Linkedin. Here is a compilation of some ofthose things:
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) experts, website operators and owners alike were recently shocked by the recent Google announcement concerning the use of their free data for organic searches. This is in line with the recent controversy surrounding Google and it’s ties to the scandalous NSA PRISM program incident.
Remember those +1s that we often see on articles and posts on both big and small scale websites? People are either enamored or annoyed with them but it turns out that they actually have a lot of uses. A recent analysis done by an SEO company suggests that all the +1s on posts help in boosting specific keywords and posts on Google.
The ancient Chinese writer Sun Tzu once wrote “Victorious warriors win first then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first then seek to win”. The same tenet can be a good nugget of wisdom to follow when going head to head with competitors on websites and online business ventures. Experienced social media marketers as well as successful real estate marketing specialists have all sworn that it would be a good idea to once in a while refine the keywords that you use on your website before going toe-to-toe with other brands or companies.
Your social media content is one of the best ways to get the ball rolling in terms of marketing a product or a service. No matter how complex or confusing the product is, you can always bet on humor to make things lighter and easier.
The social media and the entire Internet has become reliant on popularity of a post or a topic. Regardless if it’s silly or serious, once something has gone viral you can only expect a sudden surge on the main topic. We can cite a lot of different examples of how things have changed after a viral video or post made headlines.
Google just celebrated its 15th anniversary and to mark the occasion, the search engine giant has revealed that there is a new search algorithm already working code that’s named “Hummingbird”.
Raising your blog’s value can be a tricky thing especially if you are simply relying on yourself. There’s a general rule that experienced real estate marketers follow whenever they are building or rebuilding a real estate blog. These were followed and created because of their effectivity and their positive impact on the blog regardless of time of day.