Content is key for marketing, traffic, and search engine optimization. Content can convert wanna be buyers into lifelong customers if your efforts are thorough. With content being of the utmost importance, you don’t want to waste your efforts creating something that won’t actually achieve what you’ve set out to achieve.
Just like successful local and online businesses, successful realtors understand the importance of social media marketing. We live in a research-driven buying culture, so before homebuyers start seriously looking for housing options or before a seller looks for a realtor, they’re doing their research online. Real estate has a long sales cycle, and prospective clients have to be nurtured. By providing potential clients information and engaging content throughout their research process, you become an invaluable resource, and you stay top of mind when they’re ready to buy or hire.
Images don’t just beautify your post and break up text, they increase shares and thereby blog traffic too. After analyzing over a 100 million articles, Buzzsumo found that adding at least one image to your blog posts can increase shares on social networks like Facebook and Twitter. When you add images to your blog posts, they will also result in more Pinterest pins as people can only pin blog posts that have at least one image on them.
Social media marketing can be a chore finding out what your audience would like to see, let alone creating images that will entice potential customers. Here at Stencil, we want to make social media graphics easy and fast for business owners. We’re making big strides in making sure that Stencil can become your go-to image tool. The faster and easier it is for you to make social media images, the better your business will flow with social media graphics made easy with templates.
If you’re a small business using social marketing platforms, optimization is crucial. Maintaining an efficient strategy can save you time, money, and help avoid stress. Regardless of whether you’re using Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, follow these easy steps to make sure your business is getting the most out of your social media marketing strategy.
You’re posting away on social media hoping to get some type of positive feedback, and you wonder, “How do I know if these posts really work? Who’s even paying attention?!” Good questions. If you’re in business, social media can help build it. However many businesses are not tracking their social media metrics, which is the key to finding out what posts work. Today we’ll review 5 social media metrics and how you can use them to your advantage.
Real-time marketing can have a positive impact on businesses. Showing your audience that you’re “in the know” with current issues and trends can develop a dialogue and discussions can grow to build a business further. With real-time marketing, the strategy does not have to be planned a year out, but within a short time span depending on current events, holidays, trends, and news. Images play a huge part in real-time marketing and we’ll discuss how Stencil can help you be a real-time marketing pro.
Its no secret that Stencil wants its users to be able to create beautiful content as simply and efficiently as possible. But that doesn’t mean we don’t have any extra tricks up our sleeves. In fact, we want to share them with you now. Below are 5 next level tricks that will help you power up and use stencil like a pro.
Einstein. Emerson. Kennedy. Kissinger. Using inspirational quotes to contextualize your posts is a great way to relate to your audience. The Kissmetrics Blog posted 50 Inspirational Quotes from the 50 Top Social Media Influencers. The article emphasizes not only the power of quoting influential thinkers, but the effectiveness of using them as source content.