blogos.com – http://blogos.com/article/25704/. Socialoomph: Socialoomph is a free application (there is also a paid service), that allows you to send your welcome DM on autopilot. I don’t know about you, but I am continuously inundated with e-mails everyday saying “such and such is now following you on twitter.” To cut down on the “thanks for following me e-mails,” I use Socialoomph to send it for me. You can also set it to automatically follow any new followers…”easy peasy.
” You can also schedule updates from your blog through socialoomph, so your tweets can go out when you are too busy to send them yourself. Inspired by Twitter and Facebook, it’s a business-focused social networking tool designed to increase communication while decreasing email traffic. Launched on stage at TechCrunch50 in September 2008, it’s now used by such http://www.digitalbuzzblog.com/infographic-the-social-media-effect/comment-page-1/#comments corporations as Xerox, Disney and the BBC. Yammer helps flatten companies in the sense that it allows information to flow more freely.
But you don’t have to be a flat organisation to use Yammer. One of the features that we rolled out after launch was ‘groups’. So you can create a group for your department, your team and just have private conversations within those groups. That the company can ultimately decide who gets to see that information is a very important part of it as well. Yet, that’s still not enough to get the mega hits you’d like to end up prospecting with. So, you’ll want to https://www.executiveboard.com/blogs/serving-asian-customers-think-social-media/ join social groups such as Facebook and LinkedIn (the leading social site for professionals and businesses) and the new kid, Twitter, with its 140-character microblogging “tweets” or posts.
Blogs can be still be worthwhile for amateur bloggers. A blog designed for the entertainment of your circle of friends and family is still a great way to keep in touch. If the writing is good enough, it may pick up a following beyond that, through word of mouth. Quality still rises to the top amongst in the ocean of trashy content that the internet can, with some justification, be described as. Get a WordPress blog so you can use the WordPress Retweet button. This features allows your visitors to post a link to one of your articles in their Twitter feed in a simple click.
You could also add Retweet buttons on your website if you take the time to code it yourself. In real estate you depend on a certain amount of networking to gain new clients and to become successful. Twitter allows you to connect with a wide range of individuals from all walks of life. As an agent you could use this ability to share your listings with others, promote yourself and your agency and more importantly meet new potential clients.