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How Often Should I Tweet?
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.
3 Easy Tips To Growing Your Twitter Community
Twitter is the easiest and fastest way to connect with your audience online.Just don't expect them to come running to...
Why You Need To Blog
The More They Stay The Same.I must begin by confessing that I’ve been creating websites for micro and small...
Twitter announced their rollout of Twitter Fleets this week.The reviews from Twitter loyalists are definitely...
How And When To Post Your Listings
You Scored A New Listing? YAY! Now What?The Sellers' signature is still wet on the listing agreement and they're...
When To Like And When To Retweet – What’s the Difference?
Uhm, No. Very often I work with people that think that liking a tweet and retweeting someone's tweet is pretty much...
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Getting Started on Social Media
Getting started on social media is a lot like kindergarten. At first you don’t know anyone, but then you find someone...
Are Your Tweets A Good Fit For Your Audience?
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.
Are You Making These 2 Branding Mistakes?
Are you branding yourself, or your broker?
One of the most common mistakes I see is an agent with a username that incorporates their broker’s business. @KellyC21 is great – until you change office and you are now @KellyKW. What about all that energy you put into establishing a following? Down the drain, my friend. A better choice would be @KellyNYCRealtor or something that identifies you in your chosen profession. In the last example, no one needs to go farther than your name to know 1) your name; 2) where you work; and 3) what you do.
5 Key Mistakes to Avoid When Marketing Yourself As a Real Estate Agent on Twitter
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.