This guide is not for the creatives who are faint of heart. It’s for the designers who want to get an edge on the competition and bring their brands to the next level it deserves for the new chapter of 2018. via A Designer’s Marketing Guide: Top 3 Digital Marketing Trends for 2018. — VITAL VINES
Forbes Agency Council PR, media strategy, creative & advertising execs share trends & tips Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. POST WRITTEN BY Meredith Xavier Principal and Founder of The Ligné Group, a full service business development firm focused on building global shelter brands. Meredith Xavier , Forbes Councils Shutterstock The communications technology that has rapidly … Continue reading Three Ways To Balance Digital Marketing With Interpersonal Connections In The Age Of Tech
Creators give away the art and content they create. The social capital and authority they earn just happens to make them influencers — a term they almost never use. March 13, 2018 6 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. It is a truth universally acknowledged that marketers ruin everything. Pumping monetization strategies, … Continue reading Creators Are Often Influential But They Hate Being Called ‘Influencers’
Leveraging and Crowdsourcing the Real Estate Industry thru Social Media Influencers.
Real estate is one of the most lucrative industries in Vancouver accounting for over $2 billion revenue for the government just in the previous year.
As with any hot industry, advertising becomes paramount since the competition rises amongst the companies and realtors who want to get a piece of this pie. Recently, one of the most talked-about topics in real estate marketing is leveraging social media influencers to attract potential buyers. Also, with the associate broker and the cast of Bravo‘s Million Dollar Listing New York, Fredrik Eklund, inviting fifty-five Instagram influencers to sell a $20 million condo at the Madison Park Tower, influencer marketing in real estate definitely was put on the map. Fredrik hosted an event at the condo partnering up with fashion and lifestyle NY-based influencers who have access to an affluent audience on social media, to create buzz and ultimately sell the luxury unit…
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Digital marketing moves too fast to learn it in school. So drop out and take over your education, yourself. Sujan Patel•VIP Contributor of Entrepreneur Image credit: Jannis Tobias Werner / Shutterstock.com Life moves fast in the world of digital marketing. In fact, since 2013, digital media consumption in the United States has increased by 49 … Continue reading Entrepreneur: Here’s How to Build Your Own DIY MBA in Digital Marketing
Digital marketers work to be ranked high on the results page. In the future, they will have to work even harder. By: Dan Blacharski More than a decade after the dotcom bubble collapsed, the world has entered an emerging post-dotcom era known as “dotcloud.” Doing business now requires a higher level of entrepreneurial skills and strategies, and … Continue reading Cloud-Based Startups Face Tough Marketing Challenges
Do your images meet the standards? |
THE FUNDAMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PROFESSIONAL REAL ESTATE PHOTOGRAPHER is to deliver accurate, attractive, and timely marketing images to increase real estate sales.
Marketing images must meet the basic standards of real estate photography.
- The image must be accurate and true to reality.
- The image must be pleasant and appealing; it “looks good.”
- The image must be delivered on time.
- The image must contribute to increasing real estate sales.
The specific characteristics used to evaluate real estate marketing images are:
REALISM: The image must be accurate and true to reality.
- The image is not deceptive.
- The color is correct.
- Details are clear and visible.
- Vertical lines are parallel.
- The horizon is level.
- Lens distortion is virtually imperceptible.
- There are no gratuitous or artistic touches.
- After-capture processing (including editing and HDR) is not apparent.
ATTRACTIVENESS: The image must be pleasant and appealing; it “looks…
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Modern marketing is a complex challenge that requires a lot of hard work to master. You aren’t simply trying to reach new audiences; you’re trying to prove that your services are better than the alternatives too. Therefore, striking the right chord with the intended market should be a priority at all times.
Ultimately, you are in an ongoing war with your competitors. Unfortunately, if you don’t seize the high-ground at the earliest stage possible, it could impact your takings for years to come. So what are the key weapons to help you win this battle? Let’s take a closer look.
A Great First Impression
It only takes a consumer a few short seconds to make a decision about whether your company’s products and services are worth considering. So, while a great initial interaction won’t guarantee a sale, a bad one could ruin your hopes immediately.
With this in…
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