There’s no denying social media’s relevance for organizations and corporations today. They are extremely valuable communication tools that help companies stay in touch and interact with their target audience. This innovative platform is extremely strategic as well, especially given the fact that over two thirds of internet users in the U.S. regularly use a social network.
One of the indicators that prove that your social media campaigns are effective is if your content is being shared. For real estate agents, this results in more leads and a higher chance of selling at a faster rate. After all, when it comes to generating sales, it all starts with exposure. One tactic in getting your target audience to share your content is through user generated content.
Blogging is highly recommended for your business and to boost the SEO of your website. Not only does keeping a blog attract more potential customers, it can help you gain better skills and knowledge, and promote your business in ways you never thought possible.
Here are 10 ways blogging can help your business grow:
Getting people to visit your website is a hard enough task in itself. Getting them to stay on it and actually browse the different pages, click on the links, and read the content is another thing entirely – especially with all the other distractions the worldwide web can offer.
Below are a few handy tips to grab your visitors’ attention and get them to stay on your website.
Search Engine giant Google made good with their promise of updating their search engine algorithm with a new version of their Google Penguin system. Around this time people are already scrambling to get their website’s back into Google’s good side, but is there really cause for panic every single time an update rolls out? We take a look at some reasons why you should keep calm and carry on.
Real estate marketers know SEO (Search Engine Optimization) but never fully understand the jargons that are usually tossed around in conversations. Don’t worry, it’s perfectly OK to not “get” the terms. No points lost for that. After all, the realm of internet marketing including SEO can be new territory for some real estate marketers. Years ago, just putting out a website would lead to new sales. These days, it’s not enough to have a really beautiful website.
Facebook has become the lifeblood for marketing for all sorts of industries including the real estate industry. It’s the premiere social network for letting people know what’s going on with your company or your latest promotion. It’s also become the go-to website for interacting with consumers or your target audience to engage with them and find out what they want.
The National Association of Realtors® has got to be one of the most important networking event for real estate agents, brokers and companies on a national level. It’s where the best and the brightest celebrate another fine year for the Real Estate industry and where they are also honored. It’s also a great event to expand your network regardless of the size of your real estate business.