How To Use Twitter for Business
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Uhm, No. Very often I work with people that think that liking a tweet and retweeting someone's tweet is pretty much the same thing. I usually explain the difference and then move on. But something finally sunk in - I've been seeing a lot fewer retweets in the last...
There are so many posts about how to grow your Twitter following and it always sounds so complicated. But it’s really easy. I’m an introvert – make that a super-introvert, and if I can do it so can you!
Ugh. I’ve never met anyone who told me they enjoyed cold calling. Dialing stranger after stranger asking them to list their home with you. Asking them to trust me, a total stranger, with (probably) the biggest investment in their lives. I’m sure it must have had an upside, but all I still remember after these many years is rejection after angry rejection.
There’s only so much time in a day and if there’s any way you can save time on social media posting, you’ll take it, right?! But at what cost? If you’re posting on Facebook and automating your posts to Twitter, you end up with something like this: (Well,...
To find buyers and sellers that are a perfect fit for you, you first have to put yourself in their shoes. If they're looking for a home in your area, think about all the things that are appealing in or near your listing or farm area. By using the hashtags that they...
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If only you could peek into the minds of your followers and figure out what they would like you to tweet to them. Well, I can’t make you psychic, but I can tell you what they’ve liked so far.
If you’re new to Twitter and you have fewer than 200 followers,
I would say tweeting 3 or 4 times a day is plenty. At this point you’re still discovering who your followers are and if they’re even the type of followers you want.
When I started out on Twitter, no one knew me and making a mistake wasn’t a big deal. I still make mistakes, and let me tell ya, it’s A LOT more embarrassing now!
If you’re using Twitter for your real estate business, let me help you avoid a few embarrassing moments so you can put your best public image forward.
I know how it starts – you get a Twitter account and at first you thank each and every person that follows you. Pretty soon you have a couple hundred people following you and you say to yourself “YeeHaw! There’s no way I’ll be able to keep up with this crowd. But I want them to know that I noticed them following me. I should thank them.”
Auto cross-posting. It seems so benign. So helpful really. If Facebook has a button that says “Hey! Let me help you out by posting all your posts to Twitter. Think of the time that will save you.” Ok, maybe I’m paraphrasing, but if you are more familiar with Facebook and not so much with Twitter, this probably seems like a life saver.
But, “Liz”, you might say, “how is Twitter going to make me world famous?” Well, it probably won’t. However, choosing the right hashtag, using it consistently with a tweet that your target audience finds interesting, will get you a lot of followers. A lot of followers times 2 eyeballs each, gets you a lot of views. (Math is not my strong suit.) A lot of views increases your chances for a sale.
When someone sees several posts in a row from the same account, they tend to feel overwhelmed and a common response is to unfollow that account. Even if you have good information in those posts, it’s unlikely they’ll be read.
As soon as you begin adding Followers to your Twitter account, you should immediately begin creating lists to keep your account organized. Once you have a few hundred...