Dog Waste Bag Demo
- 21 Nov
If you've created a group on Facebook - whether it be an opened or closed group - you may already know that managing it can be difficult, even daunting at times. It's a thankless (and payless) job that requires daily diligence and stealth operations.
I currently run about 15 Facebook groups (not fan pages - more on that later) that have more than one thousand users. Every time I log on to Facebook, I am faced with that little red notification icon reporting things like "Joanne Johnson requires your approval to join the group blah, blah, blah." Then a private message will pop up on my screen asking "Can you please do something about so and so? They are really starting to annoy me..." and finally, "How do I add a photo album from an iPhone."
Its a constant stream of questions and complaints that is never-ending. No matter what you do, it will never change - it's just something you have to put up with. Why do I manage these groups? I often ask myself that very question. Frankly, I don't know. Perhaps I find that it's a great way to network with other users and meet people I wouldn't have normally met. Yes, that must be it.
Many of you are taking photos of your own listings. Sometimes on a lower-value home, there isn’t much wiggle room to hire a professional to get to the property and photograph it for you. Don’t despair, there’s hope for your little camera after all. Let’s face it, you’re a real estate agent, not a photographer – that’s okay. Remember, by following some simple rules, you’ll take better photos just by reading this article. Let’s assume you’re shooting a small property, say less than 1400 square feet, using a small $150 point-and-shoot digital camera. Any good photographer will tell you an expensive camera helps, but it’s not always case. Take heart to these small tips I assembled for better photos in your listing:
We at CaddisArt like to give away free information that will help you succeed in the digital marketing world.
We frequently post marketing, social and website tips for everyone without asking for anything in return. Why? Because we love our fans and customers!
There's one thing, however. Some of you are still forming old habits that could potentially hurt your marketing efforts. It's not too late to stop bad habits. Here are a few do's and dont's you can watch to help your social
and blogging strategy.