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Social Media Strategies

Regardless if you are a newbie or an experienced pro, when it comes to obtaining business using social media, you’ll find some great strategies included as part of your membership.  There are classes and articles on how to create a social media business plan, what to write about and how to get people to respond to your posts. Covering such topics as Facebook, ActiveRain and Twitter.

Video Length: 20-minutes

Featured Presenter: Social Media Coach Jessica Peterson and Diva Member Melanie Thompson

As many of you know, Jessica Peterson is a social media coach and member of the EXPERTS CORNER

We recently held a contest where we asked mortgage girlfriend members to share WHY they wanted a free coaching session to improve their Facebook pages.

The winner was Melanie Thompson, Mortgage Equity Team!

So, here’s the deal.

Jessica not only recorded the free coaching session, she also provided the transcript for you to download, read and review your own Facebook page.

Oh, and just a reminder, that as one of the benefits of membership, you can request a free, 30-minute Facebook review with Jessica, too. 

What you will learn:

  • Tips on getting more comments on your FB posts
  • 9 Sample FB Posts to repost to consumers, family and friends
  • What type of business each post generates

What you will learn:

  • How to encourage comments
  • How to turn your FAQ’s into an advice column
  • How to involve your readers in an activity

There are basically 2 types of social media content—static or interactive.

A static post is where you post content and no one comments.

An interactive post is one where the content encourages comments, interaction and feedback from its readers. 

Written By: Rebekah Radice is a Social Media Expert and founder of RadiantLA, a training and development company helping business with their social media presence. From email and list building to content and social media, my goal is to help you maximize, prioritize, and monetize your online efforts.

We’ve all seen it happen. Social media mistakes that end in disaster.

Whether it’s an ill-timed post, poorly thought-out joke, a badly planned marketing campaign, or political comments, a social media crisis can strike anytime and anywhere.

Do you know how you’ll recover when a social media disaster hits your business?

How to Recover From a Social Media Disaster

I have a confession to make –

I spend a few hours per day reading FB posts, posting content myself, or making comments on other loan officers’ posts.

As an observer, I see some of the mistakes that loan office make and I’d like to share some of them with you.

Facebook pages that are not legal or in compliance.

Things to keep in mind when posting on FB (or any other social media page for that matter):

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