Social Media Management Made Easy

smAre you struggling to keep up with your Social Media for Custom Home Builder Marketing? Social Media plays a big role in not only optimizing your website, but also creating brand awareness. To achieve the ultimate awareness and optimization, you ideally want to post at least 2-3 items per day across all of your social media platforms.

We know what you’re thinking: Who has time for that?

The reality is, work can sometimes be very unpredictable – especially with your workload.  So, to prepare you for those inevitable days where there’s just not enough time to accomplish everything, we’ve provided some great resources that help you plan ahead for your Custom Home Builder Marketing.

Bitly allows you to shorten URLs or links.  This comes in handy when you’re limited with character count (like Twitter.) Bitly also lets you modify the shortened links and use key words to optimize your website.

Hootsuite is a Social Media Management System that streamlines your posts so that you can plan your posts for the Custom Home Builder Market weeks in advance. It’s compatible with Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and even Instagram. It also tracks your viewer response so you can measure which content is the most effective.

Tweet Deck:
This platform is similar to Hootsuite in that you can streamline your posts, with the only difference being that you can’t track your viewers activity. However, some feel that the Tweet Deck interface is more user friendly than Hootsuite.

Pingraphy is a Social Media Management resource that’s compatible with Pinterest. It allows you to schedule out your pins and have them coincide with high traffic times on the site. It also tracks how many viewers in the Custom Home Builder Market have repinned or liked what you’ve posted.

This is another Web Service that focuses primarily on your Instagram activity, all online! This is great if you frequently use the app because you aren’t required to be glued to your phone to track activity. It’s all a click away on your computer. It also goes into detail about your specific community, engagements, and the trends of your users.

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