Archive of: Social Media -

  1. Don’t Get Banned posted April 16, 2012

    If we could just ignore these sites we would, but we can’t. These social media websites play a part in how search engines rank your site, and can bring a tsunami’s worth of traffic to your site in one day.
    But users on these sites hate spam and will often perceive self-promotion as spam. [...]

  2. Bookmarking on Digg, Reddit, and StumbleUpon posted April 9, 2012

    How to Submit a Bookmark to Digg

    Go to digg.com and login
    Copy the entire URL you want to bookmark
    Paste the URL in the “Submit a link” box near the top of the page
    A new drop down will appear with the details of the URL
    Edit any of these details if you want, but it’s not required
    “Choose a [...]

  3. Tech Tip Tuesday: Direct Messaging on Twitter posted November 5, 2011

    Increasing your following on Twitter and engaging that following are not exactly easy tasks. One quick tip to engage all new followers is to personally respond to their following you with a direct message. The direct message should thank them for following you but should also give them some kind of call to [...]

  4. Tech Tip Tuesday: Easy Facebook Fan Pages posted August 31, 2011

    Earlier this year Facebook cut support for the static FBML in Fan Pages in favor of iFrames. Now it’s easier than ever to create a custom fan page, and it can be done almost entirely within WordPress. All you need to do is download this plugin: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/facebook-tab-manager/ and check out this in-depth tutorial [...]

  5. 6 Ways to Easily Add Content to Your Facebook Fan Page posted July 23, 2011

    There are a number of ways to add content to your Facebook Fan Page such as posting it directly – I know, duh! But if you’re like me you want things done in an automated fashion requiring as little time as possible to get the job done, and that is where these six services [...]

  6. 6 Steps to Get the Most out of YouTube posted May 2, 2011

    1. Keyword Rich Name
    The name of any video you post to YouTube should be a keyword, the same type of keywords you might target for a search engine optimization campaign. The keyword should be roughly 2-5 words, not overly generic, and relevant to the subject matter of the video. If the title of [...]

  7. Follow Friday: 9 Real Estate Twitter Users posted April 1, 2011

    Every week we’re going to be shining the spotlight on small business men and women from around the country who are making their mark in social media. This week it’s nine Twitter users from within the real estate industry, 7 REALTORS, 1 appraiser and 1 lender who you need to follow today.
    Jeffrey Welch
    Mortgage Consultant… [...]

  8. Using Trulia in 7 Steps posted March 14, 2011

    1. Your Profile

    Fill out your profile to near 100% because it implies to potential clients that you are serious about your business
    Use a real photo of yourself

    2. Add your websites

    Make sure to use keywords in the “Web site title”
    If you have more than one website, add them all
    Add links to your Twitter profile and [...]

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