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I love the idea of geo-specific groups on Facebook Kayla. If you hang with locals you're likely to pick up all you need to know from locals. It's quite simple, really. Learn from people who live in the hood or have lived there using the power of targeted social media. Word of mouth marketing trumps all in the real estate game, because residents will tell you the truth while realtors may sugar coat things here and there ;) Thanks!
I found this post on kingged(dot)com and voted it up :)
I like engaging in conversational tweeting. If you chat people seem to follow and find you with ease. I attracted another 30 followers in the past 9 hours and I am not heavy in the stream, but I do chat with individuals at least a few times daily.
Awesome breakdown here buddy. Thanks for sharing,
Aha, the hard to find unsubscribe link. Good one. Use power, not force. Feel confident enough that you need not bombard people with emails, and when someone unsubscribes, thank...unless you list is monstrous...and not only will you receive feedback, you might just receive a re-opt-in.
Last week after thanking one subscriber after he opted-out he noticed who I was, from the email. Then he made connection, oh yeah, that Ryan guy, yeah, I want to stay subscribed.
Think about your customer. Put yourself in their shoes. Boy does it make our job easier, as we make more friends, instead of attracting posts like these to our brand ;)
Excellent lesson Becky, thanks,
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