6 tricks for getting your social numbers up

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11/24/2014 | Author: Editorial Staff

Social media can be a great tool for marketing yourself as a real estate expert ... but what if no one is seeing your posts?

A Yahoo Tech video summarizes findings from recent studies about best practices to increase your online audience. Here’s what the studies say:

  • Facebook posts that have 40 or fewer characters get more attention.
  • Sharing articles or content with your LinkedIn network at least once a week increases by 10 times your likelihood of being contacted for a new business opportunity.
  • On Twitter, posts kept to 100 characters max see 17% more retweets, and tweets with images are shared 94% more.
  • Instagram images that are heavily textured (translation: more visually interesting) receive 79% more likes, and photos in which the dominant color is blue get 24% more likes.

Categories: Business tips
Tags: technology, tech tips, social media


Comments

Mirene Gonzalez on 11/28/2014

IT’S OVERWHELMING! PLEASE HELP ME…..
TOO MUCH TECHNOLOGY…...
WHAT IS NAR DOING ABOUT ZILLOW & TRULIA?
THEY ARE GOING TO PUT US OUT OF BUSINESS!!!!!
WE ARE PAYING SO MUCH IN DUES AND WEBSITES AND
BLABLABLA….......

Stefan Lubinski on 11/24/2014

A link to the source information from Yahoo, would have been great. Can you post in comments?


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