Sometimes Facebook makes changes that leave us scratching our heads and sometimes they make changes that make us want to stand up and applaud. This update is one of the latter.
As you may have heard, the Department of Housing and Urban Development is cracking down on Facebook and their advertising platform to make sure that advertisers aren't able to use their platform to discriminate against any protected groups in the housing realm. In fact, more than 5,000 ad targeting options are
Facebook recently announced some changes coming to their Business Pages. Here are the big ones you need to know!
Twitter recently reorganized their news section on their mobile app, getting rid of the Moments tab and placing moments within the new Explore tab. Twitter has also used this opportunity to relegate organic content and attempt to raise their advertising revenues. Now, the first two times users visit the Explore
Facebook recently announced additions to their Business Pages that aim to improve transparency. First, a new section on each Page will allow users to look up general information such as the creation date of the Page and any name changes since its’ creation. In addition, there will be a separate section where
The power of Facebook ads should be harnessed by every broker across the country. Not sure where to start? Take advantage of these three ad types and grow from there.
Remember a handful of years ago when you wouldn’t have dreamed of including an emoji in a professional email or text? Now, with a decent percentage of the population, it would be completely acceptable, maybe even appreciated. The logical next step in this kind of enhanced communication: Emoji that actually look
A quality LinkedIn profile will help present yourself as an experienced and knowledgeable professional in the real estate world. Potential clients and future employers will be able to see all of your qualifications before selecting you to sell/buy them a home (or come work for them). Here are five simple things
Twitter is not the most popular social media platform, but it can be a great place for real estate professionals to showcase their personalities and get exposure for things like their blogs and listings. However, in an attempt to automate their Twitter presences, many agents are beginning to look a bit silly.
Here at Back At You Media we believe that your Facebook Business page should be the focal point of your online presence, but traditional websites still have an important job to do. I've included the desktop and mobile views, you can click to expand them.