It’s already mid-spring, have you done some spring cleaning… on your website? It’s the perfect time of the year to update your content and decide whether you’d like to change up the look of your real estate website. An updated and well-maintained website keeps visitors coming back. We’re giving you 6 simple ways to fix up your website:
Twitter recently relaunched their Twitter for Business resource page with the hopes that it will change the way you do business and engage your target audience. The microblogging, social networking website has shown the vast changes that have occurred in their business friendly resource page and guarantees that once business owners and managers are through, they will be able to fully maximize their social media efforts on Twitter.
Instagram started in October 2010 and has gained a huge following due to its focus on mobile photography. The app’s creators Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger aimed to make this app as visually appealing as possible. Instagram also lets people add and use artistic filters to make their photos even more appealing or in some cases, retro.
Let’s face it, it takes a lot of Facebook likes before you get anywhere with your post. It’s been proven that there’s a certain threshold that must be reached before you even start earning anything with a page that’s got a lot of Facebook likes. But while it takes some time for anything to come to fruition, there’s still a glimmer of hope for real estate marketers.
Creating and planning a marketing strategy isn’t a walk in the park. You have to sit down and consider the best options for your real estate business. Perhaps you already have one, but is it generating the sales you had projected? Take some time to answer a few of these questions. You may be surprised that you need to rework and revamp your existing marketing strategy.
Are conferences and other networking events not getting you the results you’re looking for? Don’t give up yet! More often than not, the reason why many Realtors don’t gain the solid connections they want is because they skip the most important part – the follow up. You’re not going to be able to build relationships and establish the network you want if you don’t follow up and in this post we’ll share some of our tried and tested tips on how to get it done as effectively as possible:
Facebook has implemented numerous ways to monetize its platform that forces marketers to adjust their strategies to gain exposure from targeted followers. Some of these ad strategies make Facebook users tune out and this is something that you don’t want for your real estate business. Google has come to understand the digital lifestyle and with Google+, you have a better way of finding and connecting with clients.
Your potential leads are online and if you don’t have an internet marketing strategy in place yet, you’re going to get left behind. If you do have one already but it doesn’t seem to be working as it should, then it’s probably time to update it. Whether you’re building or revising your strategy, here are a few tips that you may want to keep in mind:
Real estate professionals know how challenging it is to run their business as they themselves (or their small numbered staff) handle every aspect of it. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. Virtual Assistants are changing the way we do our business. In this article, we count off 5 benefits of hiring virtual assistants: