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Every day when you fire up the Interwebs and read about the latest trend in social media or web marketing you may become overwhelmed with how much it really takes to get your website noticed and in turn get more clients. It’s a stressful thing for me and that is my ONE job, Internet Marketing, I can only imagine how much stress it adds to your day. Then I got to thinking about it and realized that there are really only seven things that every good internet marketer does to get noticed and drive business online. They are not seven small things and they take a considerable amount of time to accomplish, but when done right they can be the key driving more traffic and ultimately more leads to your business. So put down that Instagram app. Read more [...]
What sets you apart from other Connecticut real estate professionals? Do you sell more homes? Maybe. Do you have a bigger marketing budget? Maybe. Do you have more connections? Maybe. Think about this question in a deeper way though. What truly makes you unique. What is something that should make a lead go from considering a number of different CT REALTORS® to ultimately choosing you? I’ll give you a hint, it has nothing to do with volume of sales, marketing budgets or connections. It doesn’t even have to do with your fancy business cards or your souped up Facebook page. What can ultimately seal the deal and turn a lead into a client? YOU. That’s right, plain and simple it’s about you. Sure all of Read more [...]More Reading:You’re Invited To This REALTOR® Only Event At The Apple Store CTMLS Month In Review: April REALTORS® At The Capitol CTMLS Month In Review – February 2013 Where To Find It…?
If you take my Internet Marketing 101 class, you’ll learn all about how to leverage Facebook for your business and what to share and what not to share on the social network. Truth be told, there is no silver bullet, no magic potion that will bring people in to your Facebook page and get them interacting with your business. It’s also not true (no matter how many social networking gurus tell you it is) that interactions equal business. Speaking of Facebook pages – want to like us? That being said, what interactions do lead to are likes and what likes lead to are more chances to turn people who have liked your page into clients, so interaction is still very important to your page. How do you get people to interact with you on Facebook? Here Read more [...]More Reading:Where Are Your YouTube Videos? Why You Should Be THRILLED About Facebook Timelines What The Hunger Games Phenomenon Taught Me About CT Real Estate Kickstart Your Facebook Page In 30 Minutes This Weekend 29 Things For This “Bonus” Day To Boost Your CT Real Estate Profile
Instant billionaire. That’s what Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg became when he rang the opening bell for Nasdaq this morning. At $38/share the stock hit Wall Street with a bang and some skepticism and has the company valued at $104 billion. Many have called this valuation outrageous which fuels the skepticism. Is it outrageous? Truth be told, the market will ultimately dictate the answer to that question. The stock price will likely not sit at $38 all day today or moving forward. It will go up and down as the market continues to correct and ultimately price shares in the social company at the appropriate price. Let’s say Facebook overshot on it’s initial valuation of $38/share and ultimately the stock closes the day Read more [...]More Reading:How To Keep Your Passwords Secure CTMLS Month In Review – January 2013 Why You Shouldn’t Include QR Codes In Your Internet Marketing What’s That? Print On The Go You Say? Tell Me More… Interesting New Tech: Would You Use It For Connecticut Real Estate?