According to Brandwatch, Facebook has amassed so many photos that it “equates to 350 million photos [uploaded] per day.” Users engage with the platform so much that “4 million likes [are generated] every minute.” All of that is about to change. Facebook is fighting for its life, all because it didn’t fight for its users’ rights.
Social media is necessary for today’s agents; there’s only so much real estate websites can do. That being said, it’s vital that you know how to best use social media to your advantage, including knowing how to adapt your content from one social network to another.
Below are our top six social media tips for real estate agents.
According to Vero’s Manifesto, “The greatest social network is the one that already exists between people. Vero’s mission is to make it available online.” Despite debuting in 2015, Vero only recently became super popular. Thanks to millions of recent downloads, could it possibly be one of the top social media sites? Stay up-to-date with Kraus Marketing’s breakdown of the app below.
Whether you use Twitter for personal or business reasons, you may be shocked to learn about its latest update. Twitter announced mid-February that it took Twitter for Mac off of the Mac store and that in thirty days the app would “no longer be supported”. What does this mean for the world of social media marketing? Read on to find out.
In a move that brings the platform into the modern era, Snapchat has a new update that provides audience insights for those who have Official Stories and for those who have a large audience. If this sounds familiar, it’s because many platforms already provide audience insights for creator’s posts. At least Snapchat is fashionably late to the insights party, offering lifestyle insights that could bring Instagram users back to the platform.
So what is this new update, and why does it matter to you as a creator?
What could be better than winning the lottery and getting free pizza for a year? Ok, maybe that was gong a little too far, but this news is still super exciting: Instagram now allows for post scheduling. Digital marketers rejoice! Not sure what that means? Allow me to explain.
As engagement season is coming to a close, your Insta feed is probably flooded with wedding hashtags. You’ve probably seen a prime example of how API works from your friend’s “I said yes to the dress at [insert bridal shop]!” post. With so many designers and dresses out there, how did she pick one? It went something like this: The bride walked into the store and met a consultant…
Buzzwords like “hashtags” and “branding” can be overwhelming if you’re new to Instagram, and tips such as “consistent posting” and “audience interaction” seem unattainable to busy business owners. As a digital marketing agency with extensive experience in social media, we have compiled a concise yet comprehensive list of the top ten tips to learn how to get followers on Instagram.
A lot has happened in the last couple months—the HalloThanksMas season has come and gone, and it brought about many changes in the social media platforms you use to share pics of your holiday haul and of course market your company. Having a hard time keeping up as you strive to maintain your resolutions and keep your marketing fresh? Kraus Marketing has compiled the need-to-know list of social media updates.
The holidays and winter festivities are right around the corner, which means you’ll be taking dozens of photos in search of the perfect one that will gain you the most likes on social media. Whether it’s an Instagram photo or a Snapchat, there are several filters you can use to enhance the quality and ensure you get the most likes and views on each social platform.
For Instagram, it’s all about the filter. By carefully selecting one, you can automatically make an image appear to be in the holiday spirit. Here are the best filters to use for every winter event.