Social Media

Simple Real Estate Agent Social Media Tips For 2016

Simple Real Estate Agent Social Media Tips For 2016 Considering the time when the only way to connect with a real estate agent was finding them in the newspaper, a yard sign or word of mouth, you’d come to believe that the Internet and Social Media provides agents more visibility. However, all too often real estate agents are failing to understand the true purpose of Social Media and Online Marketing, effectively lose leads because of over saturation, or to real estate agents who do understand the purpose of Social Media. Now in that last paragraph I mentioned something really important, and that is how to … Read More >

5 Things Every Restaurant Needs to Succeed Online

As a single guy, I tend to eat out a lot. Not always mind you, as I do like to cook in the kitchen, but often enough for me to have to search online for different types of cuisine and locations, which brings me to the reasoning behind this article. Too many restaurants are missing out on new and returning customers online. In many areas I visit, the big chains dominate, and the fantastic local restaurants are buried and often impossible to discover. So if you’re a restauranteur, or work in a restaurant that could use some more foot traffic, take note of these great … Read More >

Increase Traffic Online and In Store with Facebook Offers

Use this simple guide to setup and promote your next Facebook Offer Campaign and Get More Traffic In-Store & Online! With all the buzz around Promoted Posts, and the ever evolving Power Editor, I found it was crucial for everyone to also take advantage of a lesser known tool in the Facebook Marketing toolbox, Facebook Offers. See, you may have noticed my hesitation at the beginning about Promoted Posts, which is correct. Today, with so many people running Promoted content on Facebook by the minute, I believe users are looking for something different and need that different option to grab their attention. Here come Facebook … Read More >

Using IFTTT To Gain Traffic To Your Website or Blog

As a small business owner and a twenty something tech geek, I’m always looking for ways to bridge the two, and leverage apps to help me either automate tasks, or connect with my customers. Recently I’ve been reaping the fruits of Apples recent App Store Anniversary, and trying out a bunch of apps, from Traktor to Tiny Wings, I’ve found some really fun and useful apps. But the reason I’m writing this post is to let you in on a new app that graced the App Store right around the same time of the anniversary. It’s called IFTTT. IFTTT, An acronym for If This Then … Read More >

Hot Damn Facebook’s Being Invaded By #Hashtags

As I write this blog post, Myspace is currently removing the old Myspace layout and page forever. How tragic to know something I spent so much time on is now eliminated from Planet Earth.. To think! I’ll never be able to select a “Top 8” again! (I had hacks that allowed 16, be jealous) au revoir, Myspace of the old, I’ll forget all about you in 6 months to a year depending on how many more photo-based social networks I load on my phone. Now, that was a bit off topic, I’m sorry, but I’m going to tie it in here, just you watch..err read. … Read More >

Be Generous – Facebook Timeline Cover Pictures for your followers

As the administrator of the Facebook page for a nonprofit, my rule of thumb for content is The Three Gs: Be Genuine, Generous and Grateful. Seems the being Generous part is the hardest, but Timeline Covers provide a new way to give back to your followers and enrich your brand. I first saw a nonprofit using the valuable cover picture real estate with striking images from The Ocean Conservancy. Check it out here. http://www.oceanconservancy.org/ecards-wallpaper/facebook-covers.html While my nonprofit doesn’t have photos of sea animals, Mad Cow Theatre has produced over a hundred plays and musicals in the last 15 years, offering theatrical experiences to over 11,000 … Read More >