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Real Estate Video SEO Engine Now Available Announces ARME Realty.com - PR Web (press release)

Real Estate Video SEO Engine Now Available Announces ARME Realty.com - PR Web (press release) | Social Media for Real Estate | Scoop.it
Real Estate Video SEO Engine Now Available Announces ARME Realty.com
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Real estate video SEO is becoming a hot marketing topic amongst today's real estate professionals.
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How To SEO Your Real Estate Facebook Fan Page

How To SEO Your Real Estate Facebook Fan Page | Social Media for Real Estate | Scoop.it

In today's social media-driven world, a Facebook Fan Page has become an essential marketing tool for real estate agents around the world.


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Relevanza: Facebook, GooglePlus roll out new looks...well, "new" may be a reach

Relevanza: Facebook, GooglePlus roll out new looks...well, "new" may be a reach | Social Media for Real Estate | Scoop.it
It's probably just a coincidence that Facebook's redesign of its news feedlooks quite a bit like GooglePlus. 

Probably. Yes, we're sure of it. Just a coincidence. 

The "new look" Facebook news feed will hit your eyeballs any time you scan your screens over the next few days as the social behemouth rolls it out to all 1 billion users. The good news is your laptop/desktop version and your mobile version will look very similar. What...a concept! 

Facebook announced its redesigned news feed on March 7, proudly announcing, "Goodby clutter. Hello bright, beautiful stories...bursting wth color; vibrant new visuals bring your news feed to life.It's probably also a coincidence, probably, that only hours before the big FB roll out GooglePlus rolled out a new look for profiles and pages which features, you guessed it, bigger, brighter pictures and vibrant colors.

Just as coincidentally, we're sure, the Facebook news feed redesign provides more real estate for advertising.  And the new look for Google+ beefs up its (outstanding) Google+Local feature for businesses. 

All this is wonderful, spectacular, just great...we need to new shiny objects every once in a while. 

But here's the question(s) to ask yourself...civilians and SoMe pros, alike: "Do these changes help me build a community? Do they help me increase my reach and improve engagement with others?" 

Just askin'. 

Share with us what you think of both these "new" looks. Comment below (here on the blog or on the Goo+ page. Tweet us @Relevanza or send us an email: Steve.Hart@Relevanza.com

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5 Ways to Make Your Real Estate Pinterest Page Work for You - RisMedia.com (press release)

5 Ways to Make Your Real Estate Pinterest Page Work for You - RisMedia.com (press release) | Social Media for Real Estate | Scoop.it
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Users spend on average, an hour and 17 minutes on the social network, leading Facebook and Twitter by more than double.
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How To Navigate Facebook's Redesigned News Feed - AllFacebook

AllFacebook How To Navigate Facebook's Redesigned News Feed AllFacebook Earlier this month, hundreds of social media leaders gathered together at the AllFacebook Marketing Conference in San Francisco to take a closer look at Facebook's recent...
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4 reasons Google+ beats out Facebook for real estate

4 reasons Google+ beats out Facebook for real estate | Social Media for Real Estate | Scoop.it
Social media marketing is changing, I think for the better. Yes, there are many choices, and they seem to change, and come and go as quickly as my teenager’s whims ...
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Is Twitter Working For You as a Real Estate Agent?

Is Twitter Working For You as a Real Estate Agent? | Social Media for Real Estate | Scoop.it
The hardest thing about marketing homes is correctly anticipating the needs of your clients, and figuring out what they want. Don’t get thrown off by this statement, but it’s easier than it sounds.

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