Blogs are more personal than forums, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a meaningful community. You can use a blog to write your own advice column, share tips from other blogs, and invite guest writers to contribute their words of wisdom. At the moment, most professional writers are encouraged by their publishers to create blogs. It seems to be an effective, fast-paced way to connect with readers and other writers, and thanks to free web hosting from sites like WordPress and Blogger, it doesn’t have to cost a lot of money, either.
What is this new fad called Twitter, and why are so many people talking about it? Twitter is a type of social networking microblogging service in which a subscribed user has 140 characters to say what they have to to the rest of the world. Often referred to as a way of sending a “text message to the world,” Twitter has grown in popularity over the past year to the point where even celebrities are using it. Additionally, news stations such as Fox and the Today Show regularly mention Twitter in their broadcasts.
If you’re prepared to walk the walk as well as talk the talk, blogging can make your career or be a vastly satisfying pastime. As a business tool, blogging has become a serious option, in tandem with the trend of using social networking sites to promote your products or views. A blog is a chance to show the human face of your business and keep up your search engine ranking with a regular injection of the fresh content that the search engines value highly.
“Blog” is a word that sounds too big to use for these mini updates, though. They can be compared to status updates on a Facebook profile. E.g., “Bob is getting ready for work.” Or, “Dianna is glad that she remembered to put on her makeup before she left the house today.” This is the microblog, but it is far more than just a periodic status update. People now using imcroblogging to exchange video, audio, pictures, selling, socializing, and et.al. In real estate you depend on a certain amount of networking to gain new clients and to become successful.
Twitter allows you to connect http://blogs.elpais.com/china-red/2014/06/zara-vender%C3%A1-por-internet-en-china-en-la-plataforma-tmall.html (https://pinboard.in/u:renaissancechambara/t:social/) with a wide range of individuals from all walks of life. As an agent you could use this ability to share your listings with others, promote yourself and your agency and more importantly meet new potential clients. At the very least, users must pause and ask http://www.andreavit.com/blog/search-engine-optimization/seo-cina-baidu.html of each potential tweet: is it worth the trouble to type this message? Or, how would I look to others if I send this message?
Useful messages are appreciated by followers. So are replies to others’ tweets that indicate a sincere effort to communicate. If nothing else, even silence or non-tweets are better than haphazard tweeting that can detract from a good tweeter reputation.