I have been testing some social media management tools, all available free to use in a basic format, including TwitterFeed, JustUnfollow, & Roundteam, without getting to obsessed with Klout I have then monitored it and now have my Klout score at 49. I understand it gets a lot harder to raise your score from here so will be interesting to monitor further.
Klout score is a useful measure for social media performance and used by a lot of leaderboards, but is not the be all and end all of social media performance
I have noticed a number of estate agent and real estate Leaderboards being used across social media and the estate agency sector, including #ZPP100 (Zoopla) #MondREAUK (Mondinion) #EAUK500 (Market Me), so it was time to investigate.
The main benefits of Leaderboards are that they encourage engagement, create content and obviously introduce a bit of competition, all good stuff for social media.
Here are the links to create buttons for your website for Google+ and Twitter
If you log into your social media account first before opening the url link you should get a automatically generated button for your social media account, then copy and paste the HTML to you website. Continue reading “Social Media Follow Buttons”
I have been using Hootsuite to schedule posts on Facebook Pages and Twitter accounts. But was disappointed as pictures were not going directly into the Twitter account and automatically showing on Tweet feed.
I have now found how to schedule posts and tweets for a future time directly into Facebook and Twitter.
I have been looking for an email marketing solution for the GMB Northants Community Branch newsletter and I have ended up back again at Mail Chimp. I used Mail Chimp briefly last year, but we are considering it for GMB Northants Branch Members newsletter, it seems to be a great product and the fact it is free for mailing lists up to 2000 is fantastic – I do love a bargain. Thanks @mailchimp