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Open Graph: Improving Social Media Conversions

by Ben Kubic on 6:22 am November 24, 2015

When you post something on Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest, do you close your eyes and hope that it looks the way you want it to? If so, you should be using Open Graph, the social media protocol designed by Facebook back in 2010. Open Graph is one of those technologies that sounds complicated (probably because it was designed by engineers) but is actually really simple to implement and has a profound impact on the spread of your content. At it’s core, Open Graph is a few … Read More »

If This Then That: Top 10 ifttt Recipes for Real Estate Agents

by Sam DeBord on 10:40 pm March 8, 2012

If This, Then That is a new company with a plethora of tools designed to automate, simplify, and organize your online world.  They have broken down the code and APIs of online services including Facebook, Twitter, Google, and many others, and created services that automate many functions that users would ordinarily have to do themselves. For a more in-depth overview of the technology, see Chris Smith’s article on Inman, “If This Then That will melt your face off“, inspired by Gahlord Dewald, which introduced me … Read More »

Change the Way you do Real Estate with Social Media

by John E. Miller on 5:06 pm October 17, 2011

Social media networks such as Facebook and LinkedIn have truly changed the way we do business across the world, including real estate. When it comes to everything from shopping to buying a house, many people first turn to the internet before spending time in the field. Therefore, if you want to attract buyers (especially of the most recent generations) then social media networking is essential. The Key to Social Media Networking Now that you know the importance of utilizing social media networking for everything from … Read More »

One Thing I Like About Google+

by Drew Meyers on 8:10 pm July 10, 2011

Google+ has already been covered by everyone and their mother, so I don’t want to write some all encompassing analysis of the platform since it would be largely the same content others have already written. However, one feature I love is the ability in Google+ to easily see a feed activity for my close business connections (I created a circle called “closebizfriends”) without the clutter of everyone else in my network. After all, it’s only natural that I follow some people like David Gibbons, whom … Read More »

Join #retechchat at 7 PM PST Tonight to Talk About Real Estate Blogging Strategies

by Drew Meyers on 7:59 am April 11, 2011

Remember, the 1st edition of #retechchat (formerly #reblogchat for all of a few hours) is this evening at 7 PM PST. The topic of conversation is “real estate blogging” — so come with your questions blazing. How to join? There are a few options: Follow the #retechchat hashtag Add a search column to Tweetdeck for the hashtag #retechchat Join Tweetchat under #retechchat (recommended approach) Make sure to place the #retechchat hashtag on every Tweet so that everyone following the hashtag sees your contributions. Look forward … Read More »

#reblogchat is now #retechchat

by Drew Meyers on 10:13 am April 7, 2011

After a bit of thought and asking TechSavvyAgent and Matthew Shadbolt for their opinions, #reblogchat is being renamed to #retechchat so that we can cover topics outside of real estate blogging down the road. For instance, we may want to select real estate CRM’s, utilizing iPads for listing presentations, or SEO as the topic of conversation for a particular week. Success online involves more than just blogging, and we want to have the flexibility to cover all topics agents and brokers are interested in discussing. If … Read More »

Announcing #REBlogChat – A Weekly 1 Hour Conversation on Twitter about Real Estate Blogging

by Drew Meyers on 6:48 pm April 6, 2011

[Updated 4/7/2011: #reblogchat will actually be named #retechchat to give us more flexibility to cover topics beyond blogging] I’ve been “attending” the weekly 1 hour #blogchat conversation on Twitter every Sunday evening (at 8 pm Central) the past month or so. It’s always a lively discussion that has a strong community behind it (it started in March of 2009). Each week, there is a different topic discussed – such as analytics, blog design, SEO, importance of personal branding, etc – for one hour (and often people … Read More »

How to Remove Email Notifications from Facebook Groups

by Drew Meyers on 3:41 pm March 12, 2011

Fair Warning: for the advanced techies reading this, you’ll want to gloss right over this post. And I won’t hold it against you. How many of you have been added to a Facebook Group without your permission? It’s happened to me, and I’ve done it to friends. In most cases, it’s someone you know that’s added you to a group they feel you should be part of. Likely, you find the group valuable and want to be a part of it, but sometimes a specific … Read More »

How to Take Over Twitter

by Justin Bartlett on 9:58 pm December 14, 2010

Hi there everyone!  Been a while but happy to be back; thought I’d get back into the swing of things by piggybacking off of Murali’s Post on sharing your Tweets on your Website with Twitter Widgets with one on how to get those Tweets out to a massive audience. Hold on to your hats; today we’re going to take a look into Social Networking domination with Twitter. Twitterfeed.com is a wonderfully awesome service that allows you to auto tweet content pulled from an RSS feed … Read More »

Did You Try These Twitter Gadgets?

by Murali Vasudevan on 1:06 am

In October, Brian Rothenberg explained in his post how useful Twitter Search can be for Local Social Media Marketing. I am going to show you how to create a search widget to add to your blog or web site to provide relevant content to your audience. I will create a Twitter search widget to show Walkscore Tweets for various neighborhoods. I have created these tweets using Twitter API and Walkscore API. Note that I am searching using a Hash Tag (see # sign before the … Read More »

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