Posts Tagged 'facebook'

How Facebook’s Lack of Privacy Can Help You Find Buyers and Sellers

Written on February 6, 2013 at 9:24 am

 

 

by Mark Bingaman, NikkiandChris.com affiliate coach specializing in social media

As a former radio manager and magazine editor in two previous lives, it pains me a bit to share a secret with you, but here goes: while traditional media like broadcast and print can be useful advertising mechanisms, they are inherently flawed. Why? Because of their inability to intuitively ascertain the probability of whether or not an individual may be interested in your service or property.

If you're a real estate agent or broker looking to use old-school advertising to procure new listings or help sell homes, there …

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My Facebook Dilemma – 5 Things I Have Learned

Written on January 16, 2013 at 2:41 pm

Having nearly 5000 friends on Facebook is crazy.

And to think that all 4853 people were actually “friends” is delusional at best. 

Back when Facebook first came on the scene, it was so cool to have someone request to be my “friend.” Maybe it is my high “I” behavior style that loved the idea of someone wanting to connect with me. Then my high “D” behavioral characteristic and my competitive nature kicked into overdrive in an attempt to have more friends faster.

Being on the road teaching to large audiences across the country for a couple of years certainly helped …

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Balancing Face Time with Facebook – My Personal Challenge

Written on July 2, 2012 at 12:46 pm

 

I don’t know about you, but I am finding it more and more challenging to “get out and see the people!” That is in fact how Ihave built every successful business I have owned.

It would be easy to say that there just isn’t enough time, but that would be a flat out lie. There is plenty of time. The fact of the matter (for me anyway) is that it is just easier (and cooler lately) to just hang out on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

I get sucked in. I admit it. 

But is it as effective? Maybe it …

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