This Week’s Best Real Estate Marketing Articles
Does it feel like your Summer is flying by?
The days seem longer – but the weeks seem shorter. The dog days of summer are upon us. There seems to be less and less time to stay on top of trends in the industry – especially those that can help you generate more business!
That’s where I come in.
While I was on vacation out west, I managed to read dozens of articles in between hanging out with the family, whitewater rafting and fly fishing.
With that in mind, I present this week’s best articles and how-to guides.
As always, if you have any questions about implementing anything you see in these articles, join us on Facebook and post your questions there. I’ll be glad to help you if I can. Also, if there’s a subject you’re interested in, and you aren’t seeing any articles that help you, please let me know. I’ll do what I can to find helpful, relevant articles to share.
20 Sites With Free Images for Your Blog or Social Media Posts – There was a lot of chatter on Facebook last week about an agent who used an image of a professional athlete without permission. That’s not a good idea. Here’s a list of resources on the Internet where you can get free images to use in your blog or social media posts without being drug into court.
Digital Marketing Does not Exist – This brief article explains beautifully that digital marketing is not the unicorn many make it out to be. It’s just another avenue to get your message out to your target audience. And if you don’t understand marketing, digital just makes it easier to get a bad message out to the world.
8 Salivating Tips For Video Marketing On Facebook – Written by Jeff Bulas, one of my go-to guys for blogging and social media advice, he provides a concise guide to making video work for you on Facebook.
There is No Digital Marketing? – Yet another article that explains why, without a solid marketing plan, digital marketing won’t provide the results you are looking for.
Pixomatic – This isn’t so much of an article as it is an app that’s available in the iTunes store. Nick Baldwin, from Lab Coat Agents, brought this to my attention and I think it has some pretty interesting applications.
OK, let me know if you have any questions about implementing anything you read in these articles.