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New Social Media Enhancements

August 12 2010

HomeActions' above slide show outlines their newest social media enhancements to their e-Marketing Service.

Social media marketing is now a major focus in real estate. Many real estate professionals lack a strategy to promote their social platforms or have access to re-postable relevant content for their platforms.

To meet this need, HomeActions has created enhancements to their e-newsletter that acts as a conduit for social media messages/marketing. It provides a delivery vehicle that is sent out bi-weekly an agent’s sphere of influence. The e-newsletter is a great way to follow and promote social media channels.

HomeActions also provides a content service for the newsletter, where agents and brokers can select which articles they would like in their newsletter and in one click, they can post it automatically to Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn. When an agent or broker does so, the article is branded to them.

This provides real estate professionals the opportunity to offer their clients and prospects tips, trends and issues in the following categories:

  • Taxes
  • Improvements
  • Repairs
  • Credit cards
  • Identity theft
  • Insurance
  • Telecom
  • Technology
  • Green living
  • Energy conservation
  • How-to-videos
  • Ask the expert
  • Recalls
  • Scam alerts and consumer protection
  • Legislation
  • State and federal resources
  • Home values
  • Market analysus
  • Senior issues
  • Community living
  • First timers, and more

These articles are already short-coded within the HomeActions system.  This enables agents and brokers to upload these articles easily to social media channels without worrying about shortening the URL structure.

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