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Social media has greatly changed communication over the past few years. Instead of saying, “Call me!”, a more common phrase these days is “Facebook me!” Likewise, more people are getting their news from the internet rather than the newspaper. In fact Facebook is the information source of choice for the “technology generation”. Even when conducting a search on Facebook you get internet Search results at the bottom of the page as well. So when you decide to sell your house, why not use websites such as Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, and LinkedIn to help reach buyers?
These social networking websites provide a valuable resource to sellers. Through Facebook, you can list your house and promote the listing with Facebook advertising. You can also share the posting with your friends, post pictures, videos, and notes highlighting the positive aspects of your house utilizing viral marketing for your listing.
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Similarly, on Twitter, you can publish the listing via a tweet informing millions of potential buyers about the price and location of your house with a single click. You can further utilize viral marketing with your Tweets by including some of your favorite and most interesting facts about the house. You can target a specific areas and advertise your open house with times and dates.
LinkedIn is a social network for business professionals that also supports paid advertising. You can list your house on the linkedin advertising network and pay only for the clicks that you receive. You can also post the listing on your Linkedin status, share with your connections and email your linkedin contacts about the listing. If you have your house listed on the MLS directory you can also post that listing to your Linkedin account.
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With Youtube you can actually let interested buyers take a 360 virtual tour of your house. You can highlight the best features of your house increasing the opportunity for a sale. Sharing the Youtube video on all four of these networks will help you appear in Google search results.
These sites can be especially useful when targeting young buyers. As the “technology generation” grows up, more people are turning to their favorite social network to help them find information, including looking for places to live. If your house is listed on the social network that your potential buyers are using, then you widen your advertising reach, and therefore increase your chances of selling your house in a reasonable time frame.
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A deal between social network giant Facebook and online music streaming service Spotify has just been announced. The two social media platforms will reportedly launch together in the next few weeks.
Spotify with over 10 million users online is excited to break into the US social media market leveraging Facebook’s 206 million US users. Similar to social networking site Last.fm and Pandora Spotify looks to enhance the Facebook integration into a seamless and user experience. Last.fm has long had “Connect with Facebook” feature which allows Facebook users to enjoy their friends playlists.
Spotify is reportedly ecstatic about the deal which will feature a Spotify icon next to a person’s post in the newsfeed.
Clicking on the Spotify icon will install the service on their desktop in the background, and also allow users to play from Spotify’s library of millions of songs through Facebook. The service will include a function that lets Facebook users listen to music simultaneously with their friends over the social network,” reports Forbes‘ Parmy Olson.
The fact that you have to install software that runs on your desktop seems a bit cumbersome. It is nice you will be able to listen to music libraries and songs through Facebook and with friends. Myspace has been allowing people to upload songs on their pages for years. Spotify is paying for their music though and it seems to be more interactive because friends can all listen at the same time. I remains to be seen how much advertising revenue Spotify will bring or if they will start charging more for users to listen. The feeling I get from Facebook is they are still looking for ways to monetize the partnership.
It’s not breaking news that Al Qaeda is using social media management to communicate and influence it’s followers. Officials are now warning that terrorists and criminals are stealing personal information using the death of Osama bin Laden.
With many version of the Osama Virus appearing including on Facebook be careful of unsolicited emails that include attachments like videos and photos involving the worlds most infamous terrorist. The US Government has decided not to release the photos of the dead terrorist citing safety of the troops and as far as I can tell their have been no leaks of the actual photos.
The content in these malicious emails could include cyber attacks from shutting down your computer to stealing things stored on a computer, like Social Security numbers, credit card and bank numbers, and usernames and passwords.
Don’t become a victim of these terrorist Cyber Attacks. Fraudulent messages often include misspellings, poor grammar and nonstandard English. Use virus protection software that updates daily and say never to agree to download software to view videos.
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Ricky Cisco, 25, right, talks about his decision to donate one of his kidneys to Jeff Kurze, center, seated with wife Roxy, at the Beaumont Hospital Heart Center Conference in Royal Oak, Mich. Facing a three-to-five-year wait for a kidney, the couple turned to Facebook. (Clarence Tabb Jr. / Detroit News / Associated Press / April 4, 2011)
Perhaps anything is possible with social media — but even so, this story caught me off guard: A man donated his kidney to a stranger after seeing a plea on Facebook.
Jeff Kurze’s kidneys were failing, according to the story. His wife, Roxy, posted on her wall in desperation:
“Wishing a kidney would fall out of the sky so my husband can stop suffering,” the 30-year-old Web designer wrote. “So if anyone knows of a live donor with type O blood, PLEASE let me know.”
Ricky Cisco, a 25-year-old comedian, saw the post and messaged Roxy, saying he wanted to help. Even though the two were nearly complete strangers, they were Facebook friends (having met once through work).
The rest, as they say, was surgery. But it raises an interesting question: Are people more likely to be philanthropic through Facebook and other social media? Plenty of charities have banked on the theory — but if there’s any power in it, it may come from a more general idea not limited to the Internet: the theory that people are more likely to be generous in social networks of all kinds, from family to clubs to religious organizations.
Robert Putnam, author of “Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community,” would probably agree. The Harvard University professor compared Americans’ charitable tendencies to their social connectedness, and found that they matched up pretty well.
In this paper, he writes, “By far the best predictor of philanthropy, for example, is not how much money you have, but how many clubs you go to or how often you go to church. There is a very strong affinity between social connectedness and altruism.”
Does this mean you should be expanding your social networks — including friending everyone you ever meet in case you ever need a replacement organ? That might be going a bit far. But it’s an interesting note to how our interconnectedness through the Internet might shape our motivations just as much as our “real” social networks do.