Social Media Tips For Small Businesses

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There is no doubt that it takes a strong effort to stick out in the real estate industry. Your customers have a seemingly limitless amount of choices, and that means they will only go with an impressive option. Are you struggling to build up the consistent client base that you need for good sales numbers? It may end up coming down to how you market yourself on social media. Terri Murphy recently shared a blog, which discussed social media marketing tips for small businesses (or your brand).

  • Presence – For starters, you have to make sure that you have a social media presence. When it comes down to it, a lack of presence makes your customers question your legitimacy. That’s where we’re at in our digitally dominated society, and you need to be prepared.
  • Target – You’re probably not going to be able to please everyone at once. Once you know your target audience, you should be able to focus your posts at that group, and ensure that your message is a strong one.
  • Processed – Did you know there’s such thing as having your posts too processed? You don’t need to run your Tweets by 20 different team members before posting. People like to see your style, and a robotic response isn’t going to help.

Just because there is a lot of competition in the industry, doesn’t mean you can’t stand out. A quality social media campaign can do a lot for your brand, and help you reach better numbers. Terri Murphy would also love to show you how engaging and dynamic presentations can take your sales pitch to a whole new level. So, don’t sit around and deal with mediocre sales numbers for another month. Contact Terri Murphy, today, and get the process started.

For more information visit http://www.terrimurphy.com or http://www.terrimurphyonrealestate.com

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