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Women's Council of Realtors Las Vegas Social Media, Marketing, Technology and Branding to Win Listings and Convert Buyers

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  • This is the real value of Facebook as it pertains to business growth and acquiring new customers. It isn't about getting strangers to like you, it's about getting exposure with the friends of your fans. These are the best prospects for you, and you already have a foot in the door because one of their friends, someone who they trust and respect, has already made the choice to do business with you.For example, if I'm thinking of buying a home, I'll probably look to my friend who lives in the area I’m looking for advice. If I have seen that my friend is often commenting on a realtors page on Facebook, I will probably check out that realtor when I go to buy a home. If I've been exposed to the realtor through his posts and the posts of other friends of mine (who I know, like, and trust), I may already have a good enough impression of that realtor to bypass asking my friend and contact them directly.
  • Make sure you include the most important information about what you offer to your audience, so they instantly understand why your page should matter to them.Also, it’s extremely important that you include your website URL in this section of your page. Otherwise, it gets buried in the full About description that’s not visible unless a person clicks on the About link on your Facebook Page (discussed in #3 below). Make it easy for people to learn more about your business or organization by making sure your URL is visible in the top-level About section.
  • Make sure you include the most important information about what you offer to your audience, so they instantly understand why your page should matter to them.Also, it’s extremely important that you include your website URL in this section of your page. Otherwise, it gets buried in the full About description that’s not visible unless a person clicks on the About link on your Facebook Page (discussed in #3 below). Make it easy for people to learn more about your business or organization by making sure your URL is visible in the top-level About section.
  • LinkedIn Profiles are the top search result for your nameLinkedIn profiles are one of the best tools available for professionals to start developing their personal brand. Think of it as your online resume. when creating and/or boosting your LinkedIn profile make sure that it is 100% complete. You would not send a half-finished resume to an employer when applying for a job, so do not leave your online resume incomplete either. Not only does this give LinkedIn additional opportunities to identify search-related keywords in your profile, but the company is also more likely to rank completed profiles over partially finished ones. Fully completed profiles are 40% more likely to be found.If you aren't sure if you've filled out your profile completely, LinkedIn provides a helpful tracker in each profile that shows both the percentage of fields completed and any specific areas that still need information.only about 50% of users have a completed profile. This under-completed profile is an enormous missed opportunity to be found 
  • The Profile Strength meter is on the right side of your profile and gauges how robust your profile is. The strength will increase as you add more content.Move your cursor over the circle in the box to view the next level of strength you can reach. You can click the Improve Your Profile Strength link for a guided tour that’ll guide you through adding content to your profile.If you’ve reached the maximum strength, you’ll have the option to share your profile on Facebook or Twitter.Work History You can amplify this field with your proudest accomplishments or particular responsibilities you want readers to know about. It’s important to include the dates (and employer names) for each past assignment so LinkedIn can match you up with colleagues who have worked alongside you.Do not underestimate the power of the interests section, it is searchable by LinkedIn and can help other professionals find and /or connect with you. try to keep the items listed relevant to your job.Name: Use your “business” name. If your given name is Elizabeth but no one calls you that, use Liz in your profile and on your business card. Don’t add extraneous information in the Name field (like “5,000+ connections”) unless you want to brand the size of your Rolodex rather than yourself.
  • LinkedIn endorsements, also called Recommendations, are an essential piece of the online networking-and-branding puzzle, but we’ve saved them for last because they require a bit more thought and care. It’s possible to ask people to endorse you on LinkedIn, but I recommend endorsing others first and letting them return the favor for you (LinkedIn prompts them to endorse you once you’ve completed a Recommendation for them).You must have a first-degree connection with someone in order to endorse them. Make sure your endorsements are pithy and specific. The presence of Recommendations on your LinkedIn profile improves your results in database searches … and LinkedIn endorsements have their own power, especially if they’re well-written.
  • YouTube videos have been a large factor in determining Google rankings. Sites that showcase YouTube videos that are relevant to the content are more easily found by Google searches. This means posting and linking to these videos gives you an online advantage over other real estate professionals.
  • Videos like this allow agents to increase their marketing breadth to video, which could be the deal maker in listing presentations. The videos also offer some SEO benefits since YouTube videos (when done well) tend to rank well in Google search results.You will appear more professional and the viewers will have a stronger connection with you than just the video itself. Sometimes it can be hard for the viewer to understand what they are seeing. Thus, your voice is very important to explain and guide your viewers of your property. This will definitely increase your credibility as a real estate professional.
  • The most effective websites incorporate video to establish yourself as an expert in the field and provide value to your clients.
  • Videos like this allow agents to increase their marketing breadth to video, which could be the deal maker in listing presentations. The videos also offer some SEO benefits since YouTube videos (when done well) tend to rank well in Google search results.You will appear more professional and the viewers will have a stronger connection with you than just the video itself. Sometimes it can be hard for the viewer to understand what they are seeing. Thus, your voice is very important to explain and guide your viewers of your property. This will definitely increase your credibility as a real estate professional.
  • Videos like this allow agents to increase their marketing breadth to video, which could be the deal maker in listing presentations. The videos also offer some SEO benefits since YouTube videos (when done well) tend to rank well in Google search results.
  • Videos like this allow agents to increase their marketing breadth to video, which could be the deal maker in listing presentations. The videos also offer some SEO benefits since YouTube videos (when done well) tend to rank well in Google search results.
  • Videos like this allow agents to increase their marketing breadth to video, which could be the deal maker in listing presentations. The videos also offer some SEO benefits since YouTube videos (when done well) tend to rank well in Google search results.
  • The most effective websites incorporate video to establish yourself as an expert in the field and provide value to your clients.
  • The most effective websites incorporate video to establish yourself as an expert in the field and provide value to your clients.
  • The most effective websites incorporate video to establish yourself as an expert in the field and provide value to your clients.
  • Many of them are looking for more information about the area to help them with a second home or a relocation decision. It is reasonable to expect that your site will be re-visited regularly if you provide local area information in detail.
  • Many of them are looking for more information about the area to help them with a second home or a relocation decision. It is reasonable to expect that your site will be re-visited regularly if you provide local area information in detail.
  • YouTube videos have been a large factor in determining Google rankings. Sites that showcase YouTube videos that are relevant to the content are more easily found by Google searches. This means posting and linking to these videos gives you an online advantage over other real estate professionals.
  • YouTube videos have been a large factor in determining Google rankings. Sites that showcase YouTube videos that are relevant to the content are more easily found by Google searches. This means posting and linking to these videos gives you an online advantage over other real estate professionals.
  • YouTube videos have been a large factor in determining Google rankings. Sites that showcase YouTube videos that are relevant to the content are more easily found by Google searches. This means posting and linking to these videos gives you an online advantage over other real estate professionals.
  • tudies have shown that viewers decide during the first 15 seconds of a video whether they are going to keep watching or not. And, in this modern world, we are accustomed to a constant flow of information. So, you should aim to build trust or curiosity within the first 15 seconds of your video.Here are a few ways you can quickly engage viewers:Gain the trust of the viewer with a quick, animated introduction.Spark the viewer’s curiosity, or tease the rest of the video, with hosts/personalities.Start with a quick clip that previews what’s to come.Having an animated introduction is a simple and effective way to build the trust of a viewer. It shows them instantly that a quality production is about to follow.
  • In this generation of instant information gathering, many potential customers would rather watch a short two-minute video about your product or service, instead of reading pages and pages of content on your website. In addition, there is something to be said about getting information “straight from the horse’s mouth.” Video offers a more personal connection between your brand and the viewer.
  • Do NOT make the #1 mistake with your description field. You want to optimize the first 1-2 sentences with a link back to your website or landing page. This is essential because YouTube truncates your description, and only the first 2 sentences are shown when viewers watch your video.
  • Reviews can only be written on Google+ Local business pages, not on personal or on non-local-business Google+ pageSome businesses may still have legacy Google Places pages as Google goes through the migration process. However, these will be moved to the Google+ Local format in the near future - See more at: http://www.thoughtshift.co.uk/google-pages-google-local-google-places-whats-going-on-here/#sthash.kh0EWnAQ.dFrwjBPb.dpuf
  • They place this group of businesses on page #1, at the top, in Prime position each time they sense that a Consumer is “Searching” for a Business. When they use words like Realty, Real Estate Office, Real Estate Agents, ect Google inserts “Places” right at the top. Think of it as “This generations Yellow Pages”! Just as you HAD TO BE in the Yellow Pages, you really HAVE TO BE in Google Places!“If You are not a Business Registered in Google Places You Have NO SHOT at Being Found During Those Searches”
  • They place this group of businesses on page #1, at the top, in Prime position each time they sense that a Consumer is “Searching” for a Business. When they use words like Realty, Real Estate Office, Real Estate Agents, ect Google inserts “Places” right at the top. Think of it as “This generations Yellow Pages”! Just as you HAD TO BE in the Yellow Pages, you really HAVE TO BE in Google Places!“If You are not a Business Registered in Google Places You Have NO SHOT at Being Found During Those Searches”
  • Now, when people search for your brand on Google, they can get the latest info straight from your Google+ page, on the righthand side of their search results. And when your followers search for information relevant to your brand, content you've shared may appear in search.Here's how to be eligible:First, create your Google+ page. Then start publishing regular, relevant posts to attract and engage followers.
  • When a business owner verifies a local Google+ Page, any existing listing for the business is merged with the local Google+ Page to create a single page with a verified checkmark. Verified local Google+ Pages have features of both pages described above–scores and reviews as well as posts from the business owner.After you’ve created your page, follow these steps to request a Personal Identification Number (PIN) to verify your page:Go to https://plus.google.com/dashboard and click Manage this page on the page you’d like to verify.Click Verify your business beneath your address.Check that the contact information is correct. You can also address the postcard to a specific person by adding a name to the Optional contact name field. This name will not appear anywhere else on Google. Note that you can only receive a PIN at the business address you provided when you created your Google+ page for your local business.Click Request postcard. Once your postcard arrives, you can verify your Google+ page by entering your PIN online.
  • We know that email is an important channel for you to communicate with customers or partners. If you have a verified Google+ page, people who receive emails from your domain will now have the option to follow your Google+ page directly from your messages in Gmail. Recent posts can also surface next to this page widget, and help drive more views of your Google+ content next to emails they receive from you. Eligibility for this widget to show is simple and free - all your business or organization needs is a verified Google+ page and digitally signed email.The widget displays information culled from the business’s Google+ page, including the logo and recent Google+ activity, alongside opened Gmail messages originating from the business’s domain name.There are lots of good reasons to enable this widget:You can grow your Google+ following by prompting customers that receive your emails to follow your brand's Google+ page, right from Gmail.You can drive more views of your Google+ posts; your Google+ page's posts can appear in Gmail, next to email you send to your customers.It’s easy to be eligible; all you need is a verified Google+ page and digitally signed email.It’s free!Google+ posts will only appear if the page has posted recently. 
  • Might want to cancel that meeting or at least make sure its in a public place
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  • Turn any Smartphone into a Scanner with CamScanner for Intelligent Document ManagementCamScanner is an intelligent document management solution for individuals, small businesses, organizations, governments and schools. It is the perfect fit for those who want to scan, sync, edit, share and manage various contents on all devices. 40 million mobile users’ choices for document scanning worldwide “The application employs its own image cropping and enhancing algorithm that leads to clearer images.” – Makeuseof.com “CamScanner may just be the best deal for scanning documents on your iPhone.” – CNET.com Top Developer – Google Play StoreFeatures:*Access Documents from the WebNow you can log in to your account at www.camscanner.net and edit file name, add tag, add notes; manage documents and share document via copying the link or social media.*Quickly Scan DocumentUse your phone camera to SCAN (take a picture of) all kinds of paper documents: receipts, notes, invoices, whiteboard discussions, business cards, certificates, etc. Batch Scan Mode saves you even more time. It auto detects and adjusts the document orientation.*Optimize Scan QualitySmart cropping and auto enhancing make CamScanner unique. It ensures the texts and graphics in scanned documents are clear and sharp with premium colors and resolutions.*Easy Search DocumentFind any documents within seconds. OCR for Search allows you to easily find keywords within PDF files, saving you the trouble of browsing among tons of documents.*Advanced Document EditingCamScanner enable you to edit document name, add notes and make annotations on your mobile.*Intelligent Document ManagementIntelligent document management on the go. You can allocate documents in groups, sort documents by Date, tag documents, view documents in List/Thumbnail mode and etc. Set passwords for confidential documents to avoid information leaks.*Sign up and Sync DocumentsSign up with CamScanner and backup/sync documents on the go. Just log in and you can access, edit, share and sync documents across smart phones, tablets, PCs and the Cloud.*Share & Upload SupportUpload the scanned documents to cloud storages; Fax scanned documents; Share documents between mobile devices and computers via WiFi; Share documents at www.camscanner.net via copying the link.CamScanner Users Scan and Manage * Bill, Invoice, Contract, Tax Roll, Business Card…* Whiteboard, Memo, Script, Letter…* Blackboard, Note, PPT, Book, Article…* Credential, Certificate…3rd Party Cloud Storage Services Supported:Google Drive, Dropbox, Box.com,
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    • 1. Proven Strategies for Winning Listings & Converting Buyers
    • 2. Burke Smith – Career Highlights • Chief Communications Officer at HSA Home Warranty • Founder of YourNetCoach, Founder of ipayOne, Executive Team at Prudential California Realty (Berkshire Hathaway Home Services) • Licensed California Broker & Real Estate Coach/Consultant/Trainer • Personally responsible for over 1500 closed real estate transactions • Featured on CNN & in the New York Times • Nominated 2 years in a row Inman Innovator of the Year Technology will NEVER replace real estate agents, but agents using technology WILL! Clients have closed over $25 billion in residential real estate!
    • 3. That’s almost $900 million in closed real estate transactions without a single lead from Zillow or Trulia! “THIS IS WHY WE STARTED ZILLOW!”
    • 4. Think Differently!
    • 5. What is this class all about?
    • 6. You help people BUY and SELL the American Dream
    • 7. First time Home Buyers
    • 8. Soldier Coming Home from War
    • 9. Empty Nesters Retiring to Travel the World
    • 10. This class is About YOU!
    • 11. Social Media is your FREE platform: • • • • • • To share your stories To show your knowledge of a market To network Build your S.O.I. Do PR for you and your business Recruit and retain Social Media does NOT replace what you do, it complements what you do!
    • 12. Real Estate 101 vs. Social Media 101 Help me find a house What is my house is worth Tell me how the market is PROVE TO ME THAT I CAN TRUST YOU
    • 13. How you CLOSE the Sale with Social Media Your #1 Goal is NOT to schedule an appointment to show them the perfect property!! Your #1 Goal is that by the time they call, the prospect believes you are the perfect person to show them any property because you understand their needs
    • 14. Proven Solution Strategies for Winning more Listings 1. 2. 3. 4. Build a brand. You’re not just an agent, you are a brand within a brand. What is your niche? Market for listing appointments by creating a higher perceived value. The 40/40/20 rule. Everything you do offline MUST have a call to action to drive people online. Leverage your SOI through Social Media by separating your personal and professional life. (FB & LinkedIn) What do 75% of potential homesellers say they want but only 1% of agents offer?
    • 15. Build a brand. You’re not just an agent, you are a brand within a brand. What is your niche?
    • 16. Building a Brand Identity
    • 17. You’re not just an agent, you’re a brand. What does your brand stand for? Hint: “Don’t say Loyalty, Integrity and experience” • 3 Step Branding Exercise: • Write down 3 – 5 things that you think your brand represents in the market. • Ask your family, friends, co-workers and most importantly your past clients what is the first thing that comes to mind when they think about you and your brand. • Compare their responses to yours. What is your BIG, BOLD, BRANDING statement? For example: “The #1 resource for Las Vegas Real Estate”
    • 18. What is YOUR Niche? Create AGGRESSIVE referrals
    • 19. What is Social Branding? CONSISTENCY OFFLINE & ONLINE CONSISTENCY ACROSS ALL MEDIA
    • 20. Market for listing appointments by creating a higher perceived value. The 40/40/20 rule.
    • 21. 40/40/20 RULE for Winning More Listing Appointments with Your Marketing
    • 22. 40% is knowing your audience Some Quick Facts About Your Next First Time Home Buyer • • • • • Equal to or Bigger than Baby Boomer Generation , Roughly 26% of the population 3 times the size of Generation X Weak on interpersonal skills …why? Technology Spending power exceeds $200 billion Close to family , so stay in touch with those past clients
    • 23. 40% is the value of what you are offering Example of Failed Marketing: Really? I need you for that?
    • 24. Example of Successful Marketing: Anybody can tell you how much your home is worth, contact us today and we will tell you how to make your home worth MORE! You don’t need to know how much your home is worth, you need to know how to make your home worth MORE!
    • 25. 20% is the LOOK What’s wrong with this picture? What’s wrong with this picture? Everything you do offline MUST have a call to action to drive people online!!!
    • 26. Everything you do offline MUST have a call to action to drive people online. For example: 5 Most Important things you need to know when thinking of selling your home in Las Vegas
    • 27. Leverage your SOI through Social Media by separating your personal and professional life. (FB & LinkedIn)
    • 28. Over 1 billion users Avg. user has 229 Friends 229 Friends!
    • 29. Value of Facebook • Your next best customer is connected to your current customers
    • 30. Separating Personal & Professional
    • 31. Separate Your Personal From Professional
    • 32. Create A Page • www.facebook.com/pages/create • Choose Local Business or Place
    • 33. Separate Your Personal From Professional Branded cover photo with contact info SEO Links to different parts of your website
    • 34. Create A Page • www.facebook.com/pages/create • Choose Local Business or Place
    • 35. Create A Page • Choose “Real Estate” for the Category • Enter your address and phone number
    • 36. Naming Your Page • YOUR NAME – Realtor for LIST COMMUNITIES • YOUR NAME Team – Selling LIST COMMUNITIES, • Exp: Burke Smith – Homes in Las Vegas
    • 37. Fill Out Your Info • The more you fill out the easier you are to find Focus on Keywords
    • 38. Short Description • Include the most important information about what you offer to your audience • Important: Include your website URL
    • 39. Short Description • Example – YOUR NAME selling homes in LIST COMMUNITIES. Visit www.YOURWEBSITE.com to find your next home
    • 40. Set Up Your URL • Edit Page>Update Info>Username
    • 41. Page Name IS NOT the URL URL “YourNetCoach” Page Name
    • 42. Just a Reminder
    • 43. What Happens in Vegas…
    • 44. …stays on Facebook! Check your security settings!
    • 45. Privacy Settings • Click on the Lock icon in the top right of your profile • Select “Who can see my stuff?”
    • 46. Facts & Figures 200 million users 7,610 searches on LinkedIn Every Minute
    • 47. Your Network and Degrees of Connection What does "your network" and "out of network" mean? • On LinkedIn, people in your network are called connections and your network is made up of your 1st-degree, 2nd-degree, and 3rddegree connections and fellow members of your LinkedIn Groups. • 1st-degree - People you're directly connected to because you have accepted their invitation to connect, or they have accepted your invitation. You'll see a 1st degree icon next to their name in search results and on their profile. You can contact them by sending a message on LinkedIn.
    • 48. 2nd-degree • People who are connected to your 1st-degree connections. You'll see a 2nd degree icon next to their name in search results and on their profile. You can send them an invitation by clicking Connect or contact them through an InMail or an introduction.
    • 49. 3rd-degree - People who are connected to your 2nddegree connections. You'll see a 3rd degree icon next to their name in search results and on their profile. You can send them an invitation by clicking Connect or contact them through an InMail or an introduction.
    • 50. 100% Complete LinkedIn Profile 1) Add a profile photo 2) List current position + at least 2 prior jobs 3) 5 or more skills on your profile 4) Write a summary about yourself 5) Fill out your industry and zip code 6) Add where you went to school 7) Have 50 or more connections Reach out to professionals such as CPAs instead of attorneys
    • 51. LinkedIn is your Top Search Result
    • 52. What makes your Profile Complete? • Your industry and location • A current position (with description) • 2 past positions • Your education • Your skills (min. of 3) • A profile photo • 50+ connections
    • 53. Add These Skills • • • • • • • • • • • • • Real Estate Real Estate Development Real Estate Transactions Commercial Real Estate Real Estate Economics Corporate Real Estate Real Estate Financing Real Estate License Residential Homes First Time Home Buyers First Time Home Sellers New Home Sales Single Family Homes • • • • • • • • • • • • Home Staging Real Estate Staging Existing Home Sales Certified New Home Sales Professional Condos Apartments Valuation Financial Analysis High Value Homes Buyer representation Move up Buyers National Association of Realtors
    • 54. Endorsements
    • 55. 75% of home sellers say they are more likely to list with an agent who uses video Only 1% of realtors use a YouTube account to market themselves or their listings
    • 56. Provide the Solution! YouTube & Google+ To WIN Listings
    • 57. State the problem… • 92% of Buyers will start their search on the web • 70% will start on GOOGLE • 73% of sellers say they prefer to list with an agent who uses video to sell their home • Only 12% of real estate agents have a YouTube channel • Only 1% of agents use YouTube to market their listings
    • 58. Tactics • Property Videos – Use property photos to create a branded slideshow tour of a listing with voiceover. – Include pricing information and a link to the listing in the description
    • 59. Video Ideas • Open House Promotions – Give people a sneak peek at a new property and let them know when the next open house will be
    • 60. Video Ideas • Property Videos – Use property photos to create a branded slideshow tour of a listing with voiceover. – Include pricing information and a link to the listing in the description
    • 61. Video Ideas • Agent Profiles – Well done agent videos can increase the time spent on site by prospects • Which in turn decreases their time spent on competitors sites – Prospects who call an agent after watching a video profile are far more qualified based on the investment they’ve made in learning about the agent.
    • 62. Tactics • Neighborhood Profiles – Use video to help prospective home buyers learn about cities or neighborhoods – Hyperlocal – Focus on selling the community, not just the listing
    • 63. Video Ideas • Neighborhood Profiles 7,000+ Views
    • 64. What’s hard about being a Realtor?
    • 65. Video Ideas • Real Estate Industry Current Events 13,300+ Views
    • 66. Video Ideas • How To Videos – Real estate can be a big complicated world for your clients. Help them navigate with short, informational videos that include answers to common questions you receive
    • 67. Video Ideas • How To Videos
    • 68. Do Not Do This!!
    • 69. Facts • Over 6 billion hours of video are watched each month on YouTube—that's almost an hour for every person on Earth • 100 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute
    • 70. Facts • According to Nielsen, YouTube reaches more US adults ages 18-34 than any cable network Your Next first time home buyer/seller Now outnumber baby-boomers! Would you have advertised during Cheers or Friends or M.A.S.H. if you could have?
    • 71. YouTube Advantages • YouTube Videos are a large factor in determining Google rankings
    • 72. YouTube Advantages • Sites that showcase relevant YouTube videos rank higher in organic search results • This means posting and linking to these videos gives you an advantage over other real estate professionals
    • 73. YouTube Advantages • People trust content from videos more than any other medium • Videos attract 300% more traffic and leads (Marketing Sherpa)
    • 74. Making a Video
    • 75. Equipment
    • 76. Smart Phones are all you need • 720p HD Video
    • 77. YouTube Capture • Easy, Fast Recording • Quick touch up tools • Instant uploads to YouTube and all other social networks • IPhone only
    • 78. Audio • Boom Mic • $40 • Lapel Mic • $30-$60
    • 79. Best Practices • Have a Plan • Keep it Short – 1-3 minute videos • Make Content Not Ads
    • 80. Video Editing • iMovie (Mac Only) • Windows Movie Maker (Windows) • YouTube (Edit Online)
    • 81. Easy Photo Collages • Upload a series of photos
    • 82. Uploading a Video • Select Upload, then Select files to upload. Note: You can also drag and drop a video file into this area to upload it
    • 83. Uploading a Video Share This Link Privacy Settings Category Description Tags
    • 84. • Title: What you want to call your video. • Include Keywords • Description: Keep it brief, and include keywords and your company name and information so that people can more easily find your video when they conduct online searches.
    • 85. • Tags: These are keywords that help identify your video or business. • For example, if you’re a realtor posting a video on how to stage a home, you might use the following tags: [Home Staging], [How to Sell Your Home], [Name of Your Business]
    • 86. • Privacy Settings • Public – anyone can view your video • Unlisted - only people who have the link to will be able to view your video • Private - only those who you list can view the video
    • 87. • Category: Select a subject matter category that’s most relevant for your business. Most often “Real Estate” • Advanced Settings: These settings are optional and allow you to include information about the video location and recording date, and settings for comments.
    • 88. 5 Components to MAXIMIZE Traffic • • • • • Keywords in the Title Keywords in the Description Use Tags Transcription Keywords in the File name of the video
    • 89. Do Not Make the #1 Mistake!
    • 90. Have a URL at the beginning of the description
    • 91. Setting Up A Channel • You NEED a Google Account • If you have a Gmail for your business use it!
    • 92. • Go to www.YouTube.com and choose create an account
    • 93. • After you are logged in click the drop down arrow on the top right and select My Channel • Select Click Here right underneath your name to create a channel for your business.
    • 94. • Enter your business name and category then hit Create Channel
    • 95. • If you already have an account go to YouTube Settings
    • 96. • Click on “Create a new channel”
    • 97. • Choose a Channel Name • Select Local Business or Place for the Category • Agree to the Pages Terms
    • 98. • Set your URL
    • 99. Once set your URL is permanent and can never be changed!
    • 100. Seriously. . . It’s permanent
    • 101. Add A Description
    • 102. • Click on the pencil icon
    • 103. • Channel Description – Highlight your most important content up front i.e. a link to your website – The description also shows up in the About Tab for a channel and is a valuable resource for subscribers to find out more – Include relevant contact information (email, phone, etc) – Remember to think about your description as it shows up on YouTube- on your channel page and in search results.
    • 104. YouTube Video Ideas Review • • • • • • tours for available properties a welcome video that showcases your expertise client testimonial videos neighborhood tours videos discussing Real Estate trends in your area how-to videos for home sellers to help them get the highest possible price (staging, before & after, rehab) • home-buying tips and best practices (first time home sellers)
    • 105. YouTube Production Tips • KISS: Keep It Short and Sweet (3 minutes is good) • Take advantage of video annotations to share more videos with your audience or link back to your website • NEVER compromise quality! • Make sure to include your full contact information in the video
    • 106. Remember • If you put in the effort you will see the results. Never Give Up
    • 107. Why Google+ Matters Be #1 Perception is reality!
    • 108. Over 90% of Buyers will Start their Search for a Home on the Web and 70% will Start on Google
    • 109. Who Wants to be #1?
    • 110. Google represents over 70% of all searches on the Internet.
    • 111. Google + Pages
    • 112. Get found, right when your customers are most interested.
    • 113. Google Places? • Now Google + Local
    • 114. Google + Local • They place this group of businesses on page #1 of search results, at the top, in prime position each time they sense that a Consumer is “Searching” for an agent. • When they use words like Realty, Real Estate Office, Real Estate Agents, ect Google inserts “Places” right at the top.
    • 115. Google + Local • Think of it as “This generations Yellow Pages”! Just as you HAD TO BE in the Yellow Pages, you really HAVE TO BE in Google+ Local!
    • 116. When your customers search on Google, the results to the right may include relevant posts, photos, and videos from your Google+ page.
    • 117. Verifying Your Page
    • 118. Request a Pin
    • 119. When The Pin Arrives
    • 120. Google+ Pages in Gmail
    • 121. TOOLS YOU CAN USE TO MAKE SOCIAL NETWORKING EASIER
    • 122. Monitoring Your Presence
    • 123. Realtor
    • 124. Monitoring Your Presence
    • 125. Tools You Can Use Dropbox is one of the most popular cloud computing service available currently. It was just recently valued at $4 Billion. How many times have you created a Power Point or similar presentation for a client and they love it so much, they request a copy via email? The only problem is the file may be too large to e-mail. Enter Dropbox, set up a free account, upload your files, then share them with your desired e-mail address(es). Dropbox will notify the individuals(s) that you shared the file with and provide a link for them to set up their free account. Once they do this, your files can be downloaded for free. It’s a beautiful thing if you want to send large files to your clients and business affiliates. Dropbox is the way to go. Your first 2 GB of storage is free before you are prompted to be a paid member, however users can remove files to maintain their storage capacity below the paid level.
    • 126. HootSuite BB TM SOI
    • 127. Evernote BB TM SOI
    • 128. Smartr Contacts (XOBNI) BB TM SOI
    • 129. Pic Scatter is by far the easiest. You'll need to give access to your likes, photos, and photos shared with you. Then you can create a montage cover showing a group of your friends or some of your likes. You can also use a specific photo album. But no matter what you choose, make sure you have enough there for Pic Scatter to choose from, to prevent repeating of images. Pic Scatter is free, but contains branding in the image. It's a super low lifetime fee of $1.50 to remove the branding, and it also gives you access to filters, instant uploads, and downloading images to your desktop. TM SOI
    • 130. Timeline Cover Banner Unlike Pic Scatter, Timeline Cover Banner is totally free and does not contain any branding. It's not as simple, but if you want total control over your Facebook Timeline's cover image, this will do the trick. Their tool lets you upload any image (or images) of your choice, which you can then edit or add text to. You can also select from one of many free background images in their gallery. Once you've perfected your cover image, it will download right to your desktop. The big plus here? There's no need to connect via Facebook! TM SOI
    • 131. Pocket (Read It Later) Sync any article, video or web page that you want to read, watch or view later. across to your phone, tablet and computer TM
    • 132. CamScanner Use your phone camera to SCAN (take a picture of) all kinds of paper documents and send them to clients TM
    • 133. SlyDial TM
    • 134. Magic Plan BB TM
    • 135. Sitegeist BB
    • 136. Camera awesome BB TM
    • 137. HomeSnap BB TM
    • 138. Video Walkthroughs • www.YouTube.com/HSAWarranty
    • 139. Facebook.com/hsahomewarranty HSA Social Media Resources
    • 140. Win Prizes Post on our page and be entered into our monthly fan drawing
    • 141. Just a Thought… Everybody is…. Nobody is… • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Tweeting Facebooking Blogging Texting Pinging Posting Emailing Doorknocking Farming Calling Talking Writing Mailing Living Your opportunity is to combine these two columns!!!!!
    • 142. Your HSA Team Lisa Waldeck Regional Director Cell: (702) 287-1269 Email: lisa.waldeck@onlinehsa.com Marie Foster Territory Manager - Las Vegas Cell: (702) 351-1713 Email: marie.foster@onlinehsa.com