Wikipedia broadly defines social media as the use of electronic and Internet tools for the purpose of sharing and discussing information and experiences with other human beings. Kagan sums it up nicely saying “social media is people having conversations online”. Your not limited to pinging your website or blog, any articles, YouTube, videos or any other content you have online can be pinged. This helps index them faster making them better backlinks and driving more traffic to your site.
So while microblogging sites such as Twitter, Facebook, Plurk and others are much easier to share information with the use of URL Compression tools, many web sites themselves can benefit by using URL compression for Image http://blog.roodo.com/ad264/archives/2012-03.html Links, Sponsored Links, or hidden links within their website. Don’t just add friends. Interact with them! Send them DM (direct messages) or use the @ – feature by typing @theirusername to reply and message to their Twitter page.
Get your own Twitter account. You need to sign up with Twitter before you can interact with other members. Don’t worry as it’s relatively easy. It’s basically the same when you’re making an email account. I suggest that you use the name of your business for your Twitter name. Then, make use of a great picture, perhaps a cup of coffee and your best-selling sandwich or group of people enjoying the food that you serve.
Incorporate article marketing into your Internet marketing efforts. Writing and submitting articles is not hard to do, and the rewards can pay off for years to come. 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.