YouTube is the 2nd largest search engine behind Google, with 2 billion monthly users across the globe watching a billion hours of video per day, with 500 minutes of the video posted every single minute. Over 90% of consumers say that they have discovered new brands on YouTube. It is, therefore, so important to use YouTube […]estate agents, google+, letting agents, SEO, Tagging,
Creating a marketing plan along with new and original ideas can feel tough. Reposting and sharing other relevant content is a universally used way to fill the social calendar; however, excessive use of this is no longer the best way forward! As of April 2022 reposted or shared content will no longer be rewarded by […]estate agents, Instagram, London estate agent,
What is a Facebook Pixel? Jane Gardner from JP Gardner Associates answers this, and details how you can be using yours to benefit your business.facebook, Facebook ads, Facebook pixel, Property Industry, Social Media Advertising,
Do you ever read industry-related articles with a comment from one of your competitors and wonder how they got there? Then wonder no more, and learn how it could be your PR!
It seems like only yesterday social media and the internet became a big deal. We now have platforms galore for buying, researching and entertainment too. Instagram, TikTok and Pinterest are all to name but a few. For most of us, searching Google has become the norm. Whatever you need to know right at your fingertips. […]Estate agency marketing, google+, TikTok,
Keeping up with the newest social media trends can feel like a full-time job. Jumping on the bandwagon of ‘the next best thing’ is something that’s so easily done in the pursuit of more leads. However, this can have a negative effect on your marketing, and is something we like to call “shiny thing syndrome”content, marketing, social media,
You might not agree with what all of these accounts have to say, or the way they do it – but they all command a great following for doing what they do – so they’re an excellent place to start if you’re looking for inspiration.
People buying property for the first time is at a 20 year high. Recent research from Halifax suggests that the new UK average age for first-time buyers getting on the property ladder is 32 when 10 years ago, this number was just 29.
Much like Posh and Becks, Ant & Dec, or sausages and mash, traditional and digital marketing present an iconic partnership that are stronger together than they ever can be apart. Let’s take a look at why.
What estate agents should be doing on social media in 2022.