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How to Create a Social Content Calendar

A content calendar can help you stay organized as you connect with customers online. Watch this video, from the Facebook for Business YouTube channel, to learn how to create a social content calendar for your business!
Tags: Facebook, Social Media, Radio, Content, General Interest, Facebook for Business YouTube


Where To Get Real Estate Humor, Technology, Marketing and News

With 756 million members, LinkedIn is by far the largest professional network on the Web. While the content and objectives of the platform vary significantly from other ‘social’ networks, it has a large number of company pages and is a great source for professional content. For a real estate perspective there’s no better than the AgencyLogic LinkedIn page. To see more, visit LinkedIn!
Tags: Real Estate, Technology, News, Funny, Marketing, Social Media, Linkedin, Fun, Radio, Content, Social Network, AgencyLogic, Single Property Website, Single Property Websites


Where To Get Real Estate Humor, Technology, Marketing and News

With 187 million users, Twitter remains a monster social network and much loved way to share news, commentary, content and opinion. For a real estate perspective there’s no better place to go than the AgencyLogic Twitter account. Simply follow @AgencyLogic and enjoy!
Tags: Twitter, Real Estate, Technology, News, Funny, Marketing, Social Media, Fun, Radio, Content, Social Network, AgencyLogic, Single Property Website, Single Property Websites, AgencyLogic Twitter


New Stories, Old Narratives

How do you create a presentation that is both timely and timeless? It can be tough to speak into trends, to display modern sensibilities, but to also craft a presentation that will stand the test of time. But you can do just that if you infuse your message with new stories and old narratives. Here’s how. Stories Versus Narratives Presentations involve both stories and narratives. If you are thinking, wait a second, I thought stories and narratives were pretty much the same thing, it makes sens...
Tags: Research, Story, Stories, Narratives, Content, Speaking, Content Development, Timely, Presentation Hacks, Timeless


How Financial Marketers Can Create Breakthrough Social Media Results

Three tips will assist banks and credit unions to reach new consumer audiences and increase efficiency of their social marketing spend. The post How Financial Marketers Can Create Breakthrough Social Media Results appeared first on The Financial Brand - Banking Trends, Analysis & Insights.
Tags: Facebook, Video, Instagram, Finance, Social Media, Content, Branding, Digital Marketing, Tiktok


Simple Tips for Gaining Confidence in Your Presentation Delivery

All successful presentations are effective due in part to the presenter’s confidence level. Not everyone has the same method for gaining confidence. While it comes more naturally to some than others, belief in oneself is easily detectable to a keen observer. Confident presenters exude credibility, experience, and leadership. These things all help to gain an audience member’s trust in both the presenter and their content. Surprisingly, learning to be confident doesn’t have to be a chore. Here ar...
Tags: Science, Design, Confidence, Confident, Content, Presentation, Speaking, Content Delivery, Presentation Hacks, Presentation Science, Presentation Design, Stage Fright, Presentation Delivery, Presentation Fear, Gaining Confidence, Confident Speaker


Importance Of Image Content Moderation

Image content moderation is necessary to engage the right audience and minimize internet users trying to disrupt a business' reputation and the safety of its online community. The post Importance Of Image Content Moderation appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Content, Others, Managing Content


Solicited Review: Content Inc. Second Edition

The Second Edition of Content Inc. is a fascinating read. If you’re an experienced content marketer, the first five chapters are nothing new; everyone with 5 years or more of content marketing experience should already know and do most of the Content Inc. framework. For newer, more inexperienced marketers, the Content Inc. framework is a […]
Tags: Books, Review, Marketing, Seo, Content Marketing, Content, Content Inc


Presentation Savvy Sells

If you’ve ever worked in sales, you know it’s all a numbers game. More calls lead to more meetings. Meetings which hopefully lead to more sales. While that is true to a degree, focusing only on calls means you are missing a crucial aspect of the equation. The human behind those calls or the meetings is irreplaceable. If the caller does not have presentation savvy, the chances of that lead becoming a sale drop dramatically. The reality is that a sales rep who has had training on what makes an e...
Tags: Design, B2b Marketing, Content, Presentation, Speaking, Presentation Skills, Savvy, B2B sales, Presentation Hacks, Presentation Design, Sales presentation, Presentation Content, B2C sales, Audience-focused Presentation, Sales Rep, B2B sales presentation


Google Analytics: A Content Marketing Engagement Test

Here’s a content marketing question to start your thinking: what would you assume the relationship is between average time on page and word count? I would assume there would be a linear relationship, right? More words on a page means more time to read, so there should be a linear relationship between these two variables. […]
Tags: Marketing, Seo, Content Marketing, Google Analytics, Content, Marketing Technology, Marketing Data Science


How To Never Miss Important Content On The Web

Content. There’s so much of it and only so much time in the day to read it all.  Here's how to keep up with important content. The post How To Never Miss Important Content On The Web appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Content, Others


The Content Development Trick That Works Every Time

Content development is a world of opportunity at your fingertips. Sounds great, right? Well, some of us find ourselves lost in a sea of possibilities while trying to steer the ship. It can be difficult to nail down a clear direction for your narrative. We’ve written a lot over the years, and there’s one trick that never seems to fail. We call it the one-sentence summary. What is a one-sentence summary? The name really doesn’t leave too much to the imagination. If you start your content d...
Tags: How-to, New York Times, Content, Wall Street Journal, Kennedy, Speaking, Content Development, Al Gore, Daniel Pink, Dan Pink, Presentation Content, Best Presentations, Presentation Design Best Practice, Presentation Strategy, Presentation Trends, Best Practices For Presentations


Should You Ungate Your Content in 2021?

Pop quiz: How many notifications and lead-capture forms are too many on a homepage? A version of this story appeared in Total Annarchy, my fortnightly newsletter that helps you be a better writer, storyteller, marketer. Get it in your inbox; you’ll love it. * * * Last week I walked by a storefront. From the outside, I liked the vibe of the place. The products on the shelves looked… promising. As I stepped just inside the door, a foot-tall robot jumped out of nowhere: “HI WANT TO CHAT? I’M HER...
Tags: Business, Trust, Content, Cvs, HubSpot, Speaking, Tony, Content Marketing Trends, Annarchy, B2b Content Marketing, AHAVA, Annecdote, Ahava Leibtag, Ideas you can steal, COVID, Ungating Content


Where To Get Real Estate Humor, Technology, Marketing and News

With 187 million users, Twitter remains a monster social network and much loved way to share news, commentary, content and opinion. For a real estate perspective there’s no better place to go than the AgencyLogic Twitter account. Simply follow @AgencyLogic and enjoy!
Tags: Twitter, Real Estate, Technology, News, Funny, Marketing, Social Media, Fun, Radio, Content, Social Network, AgencyLogic, Single Property Website, Single Property Websites, AgencyLogic Twitter


Where To Get Real Estate Humor, Technology, Marketing and News

With 756 million members, LinkedIn is by far the largest professional network on the Web. While the content and objectives of the platform vary significantly from other ‘social’ networks, it has a large number of company pages and is a great source for professional content. For a real estate perspective there’s no better than the AgencyLogic LinkedIn page. To see more, visit LinkedIn!
Tags: Real Estate, Technology, News, Funny, Marketing, Social Media, Linkedin, Fun, Radio, Content, Social Network, AgencyLogic, Single Property Website, Single Property Websites


How to Think About Gating or Not Gating Content

There’s an endless debate in marketing – B2B marketing especially – about whether you should gate content or not. Let’s review some of the arguments for and against. In Favor of Gating Gating content, on the surface, makes logical sense. You as the marketer are providing a trade – information for information. It’s a barter. […]
Tags: Strategy, Seo, Content Marketing, Content, Marketing Automation


Cut through the noise! Video marketing strategies that work in 2021

Do you have a video strategy? If not, now's the time to craft a video marketing plan. Find out what some of today’s most innovative agents and brokers are doing to set their video content apart from the competition.
Tags: Video, Marketing, Social Media, Service, Radio, Teams, Agent, Content, Content Creation, Video Marketing, Digital Marketing, YouTube Videos, Video Creation, Brokerage, Select, Social Media Video


Where To Get Real Estate Humor, Technology, Marketing and News

Twitter may not be the monster social network of days gone by but it is still a much loved way to share news, commentary, content and opinion. For a real estate perspective there’s no better place to go than the AgencyLogic Twitter account. Simply follow @AgencyLogic and enjoy!
Tags: Twitter, Real Estate, Technology, News, Funny, Marketing, Social Media, Fun, Radio, Content, Social Network, AgencyLogic, Single Property Website, Single Property Websites, AgencyLogic Twitter


What’s Your Presentation Style? Steak or Sizzle?

When it comes to presenting, all speakers have their own style. But a speaker is usually a little more steak or a little more sizzle. In other words, he or she excels more at content or more at delivery. This steak-sizzle metaphor isn’t mine. I got it from Jerry Weissman’s book Presenting to Win: The Art of Telling Your Story. In it, he says that you can’t have the sizzle without the steak. So which do you naturally lean more towards? The content (steak) or the delivery (sizzle) of the presentat...
Tags: Steak, Content, Delivery, Speaking, Presenter, Weissman, Presentation Hacks, Speaking Style, Jerry Weissman, Presentation Style, presentation persona. Badge, Sizzle


The New PowerPoint AI Feature is Here to Transform Content Strategy

Artificial intelligence is making its way into our everyday lives. From suggesting texts, to predicting searches, we’ve already experienced this in small ways. A big way that AI may start to transform your life as a presenter is with a new PowerPoint feature. You may have noticed a PowerPoint AI notification like this when you went to open the app recently: Shifting to AI Microsoft is offering AI in many forms. The presentation coach, as it says, “gives feedback on your pacing, pitch, use of ...
Tags: Science, Microsoft, Strategy, Artificial Intelligence, Powerpoint, Content, Presentation, Microsoft Powerpoint, Content Strategy, Speaking, Presentation Science, Presentation Trends, AI content strategy, Ai Powerpoint, AI presentations, AI word to powerpoint


8 ways to rank higher on Google — and improve your website traffic

Getting your website to rank on Google is like putting together pieces of a puzzle. All of your efforts across various channels come together to build your website’s authority. Here are few tips to help drum up more traffic for your business.
Tags: Agent, Back to Basics, Brokerage, Marketing, Select, Service, Teams, Blog, Blogging, Building links, Businesses, Content, Content Creation, Google, Kate Hulbert, Rank


From Advertising To Content

Find the most effective way to capture the attention of people never has ceased to be a challenge every day for professionals in marketing and advertising as a world in constant change never cease to emerge new needs , tastes and desires among the people .  To give a good understanding to the subject, we will remember what advertising consists of and that is that this is a message paid for by companies that is disseminated by different means in which it can reach people. In another context ...
Tags: Advertising, Marketing, Sales, Content, Digital Marketing, Blog & Grow, Advertising To Content


Where To Get Real Estate Humor, Technology, Marketing and News

Twitter may not be the monster social network of days gone by but it is still a much loved way to share news, commentary, content and opinion. For a real estate perspective there’s no better place to go than the AgencyLogic Twitter account. Simply follow @AgencyLogic and enjoy!
Tags: Twitter, Real Estate, Technology, News, Funny, Marketing, Social Media, Fun, Radio, Content, Social Network, AgencyLogic, Single Property Website, Single Property Websites, AgencyLogic Twitter


Glance Beats Instagram; Becomes The Third Top Content Consumption Platform: Report

https://www.moneycontrol.com/news/business/glance-beats-instagram-to-be-among-top-content-consumption-platforms-along-with-facebook-youtube-6628891.html According to a recent report by Zinnov, Glance displaces Instagram to be the third-largest content consumption platform after Facebook and YouTube. Owned by InMobi, Glance currently has 115 million daily active users (DAU), whereas Facebook and YouTube have 175 million & 135 million, respectively. It recently surpassed Instagram (36 million DAU)...
Tags: Facebook, Business, Technology, Instagram, Content, Technology News, InMobi Glance


TikTok to flag and downrank ‘unsubstantiated’ claims fact checkers can’t verify

TikTok this morning a new feature that aims to combat the spread of misinformation on its platform. In addition to removing videos that are identified to be spreading false information, as verified by fact checking partners, the company says it will now also flag videos where fact checks are inconclusive. These videos may also become ineligible for promotion into anyone’s For You page, TikTok notes. The new feature will first launch in the U.S. and Canada, but will become globally available in...
Tags: Social, Videos, Facebook, Apps, Social Media, Tech, Canada, Content, Fact Check, Misinformation, U S Capitol, Tiktok, National Association of Media Literacy Education


5 simple (but effective) tips for stepping up your game

Developing confidence in your abilities and high-level knowledge of your marketplace will turn you into the sort of professional most clients seek out. Here are a few habits to adopt.
Tags: Marketplace, Marketing, Lifestyle, Blogging, Service, Radio, Agent, Content, Market, Comfort Zone, Good Habits, Dress for Success, Anthony West, Brokerage, Select, Local Expert


Revamping your social media? 5 absolute necessities for 2021

If you're in the throes of revamping your social media strategy and are wondering what to focus on, look no further. Here, social media expert Katie Lance gives her top social media tips for 2021.
Tags: Video, Instagram, Marketing, Social Media, Service, Radio, Teams, Agent, Content, Columns, Content Creation, Lead Generation, Social Media Strategy, Social Media Tips, Brokerage, Select


Uppbeat launches a freemium music platform aimed at YouTubers

A new music platform, Uppbeat, aims to make it easier for YouTubers and other content creators to find quality free music to use in their videos. The system, which is designed to navigate the complexities of copyright claims while also fairly compensating artists, offers an alternative to existing free music platforms, including YouTube’s own Audio Library and Creative Commons’ legal music for videos, for example. The idea for the startup comes from Lewis Foster and Matt Russell, the U.K.-based ...
Tags: Startups, Spotify, Music, Youtube, Tech, United Kingdom, Creators, Content, Content Id, Artist, Youtubers, Foster, Lewis, SFX, Matt Russell, Music Vine


Where To Get Real Estate Humor, Technology, Marketing and News

Twitter may not be the monster social network of days gone by but it is still a much loved way to share news, commentary, content and opinion. For a real estate perspective there’s no better place to go than the AgencyLogic Twitter account. Simply follow @AgencyLogic and enjoy!
Tags: Twitter, Real Estate, Technology, News, Funny, Marketing, Social Media, Fail, Fun, Radio, Content, Social Network, AgencyLogic, Single Property Website, Single Property Websites, AgencyLogic Twitter


How to Create a Sticky Presentation

How do you create a presentation that actually sticks with your listeners long after you’ve finished speaking? In order to know how to make information “sticky,” we first have to understand how memory works. Author of The Source for Learning & Memory Strategies, Regina Richards shares this illustration of the memory process. The picture gives us a good idea of how memory works. But it also presents quite the challenge. If our presentations are the sensory input, how do we get our information pa...
Tags: Memory, Information, Content, Richard, Imagery, Speaking, Richards, Missouri State University, Sticky, Memorable, Presentation Hacks, Stickiness, Visible, Jerry Weissman, Memory Process, Memory Strategies