As far as lists of top social media people in real estate go, we’ve seen the same names recycled over and over providing us a limited view of what is ultimately possible through social media. Income Diary gives us this list of the 50 most influential bloggers outside of real estate. This is a special group of people who have used social media to build world wide success and set a wider tone for how far blogging can build a business and establish a brand
Posted by Joel on FOREM, the best real estate video ever. Oddly, I agree. There’s something fashionable about the the good, the bad and the ugly parts of truth. And compelling.
I like this advice as it applies to any brokerage looking to expand or create video content about their marketplace and want to create and/or increase the amount of views you get. This video offers a stack of things your marketing department can do to drive up your traffic on YouTube, which as you all know is the second largest search engine in the world.
“They don’t watch TV as much, they are not reading magazines as much, but instead they check Facebook, Twitter … where people are really drawn together over parenting issues,” said Baby Center’s editor-in-chief Linda Murray in this article titled Where The Mothers Are – The Internet published on Times Live. With all the talk regarding the amount of Gen Y on the Web, let’s not forget that’s where the boomers are flocking too as well.