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Marketing Commercial Real Estate – Try a full court press strategy

Marketing Commercial Real Estate - Try a full court press strategy. Before your team takes the court, you need them to suit up and do some stretching. Warm ups include: Finding the right partners. Marketing real estate is a visual craft. Don’t scrimp on photography. There are many great photographers out there. Ask for commercial [...]

By | August 20th, 2015|Blogging, Grassroots Marketing, Real Estate Listings, WordPress|Comments Off on Marketing Commercial Real Estate – Try a full court press strategy

Have you tried social media advertising?

Have You Tried Social Media Advertising? What businesses shun social media? Sole proprietors who provide a service like cutting lawns or providing elder care? Would you be surprised if I told you Apple doesn’t bother with Twitter or Facebook? In case you don’t believe me, just click here: Apple, Inc. A social media presence allows [...]

By | May 28th, 2015|Facebook, LinkedIn, Social Media, Twitter|Comments Off on Have you tried social media advertising?

Dude, You Gotta Get Your Site Mobile

Back in November 2014, Google announced that beginning 4/21/2015, they would begin prioritizing sites that were mobile friendly over those that aren't when a user searches on a mobile device. Despite the six month heads up, the term “Google Armageddon” came into usage, just to amplify the fear that your website would go the way of [...]

By | April 27th, 2015|Mobile Websites, Website Creation, WordPress|Comments Off on Dude, You Gotta Get Your Site Mobile

Designing a Referral Program

Designing a Referral Program From cars to lacrosse tickets, a Google search for “referral programs in Denver” yields many interesting results. While garden variety loyalty programs pop up like pot shops on South Broadway, referral programs are a rarer breed. A great example of a successful referral program can be found at Allure Salon [...]

By | April 17th, 2015|Facebook, Grassroots Marketing, Referral Marketing, Social Media|Comments Off on Designing a Referral Program

Make Real Estate Listings Stand Out

Real Estate Listings Look, up in the sky, It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s….rising prices in the metro Denver real estate market! While it is currently a seller’s market and the price per square foot of property continues to rise and soar, sellers, both residential and commercial, can benefit from custom real estate websites. Currently, the status quo requires that buyers trudge through pages of listings after selecting particular criteria. Often the results capture only a snapshot of the property. Features listed include square footage, price, utilities, perhaps a map and a smattering of photos. A snapshot is great for Instagram, but wouldn’t you rather make an impression? A customized website, like a virtual feature length film, can showcase the uniqueness of your listings. Don’t make potential buyers hunt through your website, get frustrated and as a result, move on. Create a separate website for your premium listings! Benefits of Custom Real Estate Websites Showcase properties in a modern, high quality way Personalized domain names can be added to signage for passerby traffic Virtually limitless geographical reach through SEO Include all property details & relevant information Buyers can go on a virtual tour of the property […]

By | April 3rd, 2015|Search Engine Optimization, Uncategorized, Website Creation, WordPress|Comments Off on Make Real Estate Listings Stand Out

A Beginner’s Guide to Social Media for Small Businesses

  A Beginner’s Guide to Social Media for Small Businesses So you’ve gotten to the point in your life where you’re in charge of a small business. Good for you! Obviously, you want your business to succeed, and unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past ten years, you know that social media is a key aspect of success. Don’t know where to start? Read on to discover how to best use social media to your business’s advantage. In case you actually have been living under a rock, you may wonder what the point is in social media: what’s the benefit of using it? Primarily, social media allows for your marketing strategy to have a big impact with a much lower cost than traditional marketing. Social media gives you a direct line of communication with your current and prospective customers, and it is one of the most effective tools for branding, content marketing, and word of mouth marketing for small businesses. So…it’s important. Step one in building your online presence is to create a marketing and social media strategy. Do this by answering these three key questions: Who is your audience? What are their needs/problems? How can your business/product help? […]

By | March 24th, 2015|Facebook, Google+, Grassroots Marketing, Instagram, LinkedIn, Online Presence Management, Pinterest, Real Estate Listings, Social Media, Social Search / Reputation Management, Twitter, Website Creation|Comments Off on A Beginner’s Guide to Social Media for Small Businesses

Does Your Website Need a Facelift?

If you Google “Do I need do update my website” you’re going to get an overwhelmingly loud “YES” from the Internet. Now we know that’s kind of like asking a car dealership if you need a new car, but you can take our word for it when we tell you an updated website is an absolute must in today’s business world. You don’t even have to take our word for it; just take a second to think about it yourself. How do you feel when you access a website that’s out of date and difficult to maneuver? Are you less likely to seek out services/products from that site? Do you have less faith in the company? Are you more likely to find a different, more up-to-date website? If we haven’t convinced you yet, here’s three major motivators to keep an updated website: 1.) A website needs to be mobile friendly. It’s not enough to have a well-designed desktop interface if no one can maneuver your website from their phone. “72% of mobile users consider it important that a website is mobile-friendly, and will most likely abandon a website and never revisit if it does not meet their expectations,” says Matt SamyciaWood at IndustrialBrand.com. […]

By | February 16th, 2015|Blogging, Inbound Marketing, Online Presence Management, Website Creation, WordPress|Comments Off on Does Your Website Need a Facelift?

Email Newsletters: The Bread and Butter Of Selling

Email Newsletters: The Bread and Butter Of Selling A lot of people talk about the value of email marketing, especially email newsletters. If you don’t do it, they say, you’re missing out. You’re losing sales. But if you’re used to selling by paper, email newsletters can seem foreign. Why are they valuable, and how can [...]

By | December 17th, 2014|Email Marketing, Inbound Marketing|Comments Off on Email Newsletters: The Bread and Butter Of Selling

Prepare for Landing!

Prepare for Landing! Having a website is one thing, getting the most from a website is another. Typically a website visitor will determine whether your site is relevant to their needs in a matter of seconds. The quality of a landing page, which is the page a user lands on after clicking a specific URL, [...]

By | October 13th, 2014|Email Marketing, Google Adwords, Inbound Marketing, Pay-Per-Click Advertising, Search Engine Optimization, Website Creation|Comments Off on Prepare for Landing!

Social Media: Take it Personally

Ryan does the ice bucket challenge! Social Media: Take it Personally Okay, okay, okay. Maybe this wasn’t the greatest title. I’m not saying that if someone says your business stinks that you should take offense. Even worse, you definitely shouldn’t take so much offense that you come back at them with “You Stink!” [...]

By | September 13th, 2014|Facebook, Google+, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Social Media, Twitter|Comments Off on Social Media: Take it Personally