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The Little Known Key to Success in Real Estate Sales http://blog.ixactcontact.com/the-little-known-key-to-success-in-real-estate-sales
Social media is a very powerful thing, but like any powerful thing it can wreak havoc if misused or misdirected. First of all, always remember that social media is built around being social. Read more: http://www.marketingprofs.com/articles/2012/9178/five-rules-on-how-not-to-use-social-media#ixzz2A4jum0RW
Social Media - Social media is a powerful thing, which is why it can wreak havoc if misused or misdirected. Here are five rules for building users' trust, interesting them in your business, ...
What Does It Take to be a Great Real Estate Agent?
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NetAppVoice: 3 Steps To Build Your Personal Brand For Tomorrow's Business (Tips From The CIO)
Excerpt from the guest post by Patricia Hume, President of Trapit, and published on MarketingProfs:"It's impossible for marketers to create enough original, quality material for each channel every day, which is why many rely on content curation to help build brand awareness and generate leads via social media and email marketing.Here are five of the top content curation mistakes that B2B marketers need to avoid if they want to offer their audiences value, rather than noise.1. Skimming the Headline and Sharing ImmediatelyA good headline doesn't mean a good article. Sometimes, it doesn't even mean a relevant article. That's why it's important to take the time to read the entire article before sharing it with an audience.Content curation is about showing thought leadership, too; so, if you don't engage with the article yourself, then you can't show your expertise about the topic.2. Checking Only the Most Popular Stories and Sources for ContentIf your content curation is supposed to attract people to the brand for originality and thought leadership, depending on the most-visited sources and most-read articles is merely going to backfire. Your social media accounts won't stand out, and prospects and customers won't see the value in following them.3. Not Personalizing for Your AudienceIn a world of almost infinite content, your audience is going to be interested only in the stories that are most relevant to their needs.You should carefully consider the target audience for each piece of curated content.4. Promoting the Same Content Across Every ChannelOne tactic that's employed by time-starved marketers is to share one link across a few different channels, all at once.Ultimately, doing so undermines the purpose of content curation.5. Spending Too Much Time Curating ContentIt can take hours to create a blog post, and just a few minutes to curate content. So marketers may write blog posts a few days a week and fill the gaps in output with curated content very quickly.But curating good content that effectively engages the audience—and making sure each piece is promoted and distributed in the context of each social environment—can take hours..."Read full original article: http://www.marketingprofs.com/articles/2014/24500/five-content-curation-mistakes-b2b-marketers-are-making | Social Media Content Curation