Once you post a link, your friends can see the link, they can send it to their friends, and so on. At this point it becomes “Viral” (It Spreads)
If you want to be viewed as a specialist in a certain niche market. Do the research, post the link on your page… others will then see you as the expert! (i.e…Highrise Condos, Golf Course properties, ABC Subdivision) Get informed then SHARE !
Facebook is a free-access social networking website. Facebook users may choose to join one or more networks , organized by city, workplace, school, and region. These networks help users connect with members of the same network . Users can also connect with friends , giving them access to their friends' profiles. Users can become Fans of company profiles , giving them access to information posted on the company page.
Twitter is a free social networking and micro-blogging service that enables its users to send and read other users' updates known as tweets . Tweets are text-based posts of up to 140 characters in length which are displayed on the user's profile page and delivered to other users who have subscribed to them (known as followers ).
Be sure to include your city and short description of yourself in your profile
Follow a variety of people, brands and organizations
Reply to others with “@” replies to start or continue conversations
Social currency is like a good joke. When a bunch of friends sit around and tell jokes, what are they really doing? Sharing something they think others will like. And what are most of us doing when we listen to a joke? Trying to memorize it so that we can share it with someone else. The joke itself is social currency. We hear it. We like it. We want to share it. What is Social Currency?
Data? Statistics in your farming area. Expertise? How to buy REO properties. What is your niche market Industry info? Interest rate changes. Stimulus money for homeowners. Tips? Preparing a home to show. Trends? Buyers Market or Sellers Market Identify you Social Currency? What Social Currency can you share with the world?