Category Archives: social media

The Future of Virtual Tours

Think about your average virtual tour...

3 Things to Remember in Social Media Marketing

I'm sure you've heard it more times than you care to remember, but social media marketing is vital to the success of most of today's businesses. However, a blanket marketing strategy will not serve you well. Here are a few things to remember:

Facebook Feature: Better Messaging for Business Pages

For those of you who have felt a bit helpless in terms of communicating privately with your followers, your prayers are about to be answered.

Facebook Wants You To Leave YouTube Behind

It's been touched on a time or two within this blog, but the race for your video uploads is now fully on, and Facebook is doing everything it can to catch YouTube. For years and years if you had a video to share, you would upload it straight to YouTube, and then you could share the link to whomever from there

Facebook Likes: For Once, Less Is More

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!

New Facebook Feature: Preferred Page Audience

Facebook recently released a really interesting tool for business pages that may help you appeal to your next potential clients. We'll show you how to set it up and make your Facebook more focused than ever.

Is Instagram Worth Your Time?

The answer is a very clear "maybe." In marketing, everything should begin with consideration of your target market. If 95% of your target market barely knows how to use their smartphone, let alone Facebook, then maybe Instagram isn't the place for you. However, if you're in a major city and your target market is

Facebook's New Call-To-Action Button

As you may have noticed, Facebook is experimenting with a new Call-to-Action button on business pages! They’ve been using these buttons on Facebook ads for awhile and after seeing some great Click-Through rates data, they want to give it a try on pages as well. Let’s quickly review the available Call-to-Action

Why You Should Spend At Least 30 Minutes a Week on Facebook

As you might guess, we here at Back At You Media spend a considerable part of our day talking with real estate agents. One of the first things I learned when I began working here is that real estate agents are extremely busy people with extremely fluid schedules. Generally, they're very open to new marketing

Inman Report: Comparing Online Lead Sources - Part 2

Recently, Inman released a report that took an in-depth look at Online Leads. They polled agents, team leaders, and broker-owners to learn more about where they were finding success with online leads, both paid and unpaid. Since they gathered so much data, we're going to break our analysis of the report into two

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