As we grow and evolve, we'll be bringing some great updates and tools to your Back At You Dashboard. If you have any questions or if you aren't seeing these updates in your Dashboard, please don't hesitate to let us know by e-mailing email@example.com
Facebook continues to think of cool ways to help businesses appeal to their customers efficiently and conveniently.
Sometimes, the simplest technologies are the most useful. While Back At You Media focuses solely on Facebook marketing for real estate agents, we like to keep our fingers on the pulse of the latest advances in social media and how they might affect the real estate industry. Recently, Twitter released an app
There were plenty of social media developments in 2014 that affected how people do business online and hopefully, we helped you roll with the punches every step of the way. Soon, we’ll have a big announcement that will help you manage your social media efforts better than ever, but for now, let’s set some goals
Real estate agents are busy and have limited time for social media marketing, there's no other way to slice it. With this in mind, our coaching team put together a few time-efficient things you should be doing on Facebook on a regular basis. If you ever need help executing any of these steps, please don't
This morning, as I drove through a foggy Los Angeles morning, I came to a stoplight and looked to my right. There was a small sign stuck in the ground that had a text URL about home values on the left (something like GetHomeValues.com) and a QR code on the right. Keep in mind, this particular area is not heavily
Your Back At You Media Dashboard now has the ability to post content to Twitter and LinkedIn. Ready to get connected? Here's how:
In the next week or so, you may see the number of Likes on your Facebook business page fall slightly. I know what you're thinking, the sky is falling, right? But, before you panic, let me explain why this is happening and why it's actually a positive thing!
Did you ever wonder how Facebook decides what to put in your News Feed and what to leave by the wayside? In Facebook's own words, here's a simple version of their system: