Each month Delta Media Group shines the spotlight on one team member, so our readers might have a glimpse into the extraordinary people that work together to fulfill our company's goal of helping people do more through technology and to make their lives better.
This month's Employee Spotlight features Shane Rogal, Delta Media Group's Systems Manager and Design Manager, and a Delta team member for over 16 years.
It's easy to feel a bit overwhelmed the first time you dip your toes in the deep end of the Twitter pool, because Twitter holds a unique place among the major social networks. There are so many conversations happening all it once, and Twitter users love digging deep into their favorite topics with like-minded people. For real estate agents, Twitter provides one of the best forums to engage your audience, build relationships, and ultimately earn new clients for your real estate business. Getting started may be a bit intimidating, but you'll be tweeting like a pro in no time.
Your real estate website is one of your most important lead-generation tools, but listings alone aren't going to be enough to convince prospects that you're the right choice. What you really need is a way to show off your real estate expertise, build trust with people who are getting to know your brand, and encourage the types of conversations that turn curious prospects into loyal clients. Wouldn't it be nice if you could also accomplish those goals without taking too much time away from your day-to-day tasks? If your answer is "yes," then it's time to start thinking seriously about creating a blog for your real estate website.
Delta Media Group is happy to announce the launch of American Realty Partners Corporation new mobile responsive website. Working with Delta Media Group's design and development teams, American Realty Partners Corporation created a 100 percent responsive website sure to deliver the ideal user experience for the company's website visitors.
The technology that drives the real estate industry is constantly evolving, and the first half of 2017 has certainly been no exception. We all like leveraging tech that makes our jobs a little bit easier, and this year's real estate technology trends have also been great new for homebuyers so far. The virtual reality craze is already making its presence felt in the real estate world, and real estate agents are finding creative, engaging new ways to deliver content to their clients. Let's take a closer look at the trends that have defined this year in real estate technology, along with a look ahead at what to expect from the rest of 2017.
This is the second in a five-part series about growing your brand. This week, we went over the wonderful world of blogging. First, we gave a tutorial on how to create a blog in the DeltaNet and then we went over the benefits of blogging. Watch the video below to learn more.
Because your real estate business revolves around specific locations, Delta Media Group recently added an update to the DeltaNet allowing brokers and agents the ability to limit property searches by state and county on their websites. This update gives our customers the ability to showcase only the real estate areas where they have a presence and eliminate those regions where they do not.
Your website is the hub of all your online real estate marketing, and one of the most powerful tools you have for generating qualified leads. But success is not automatic. Picking the right pages for your website is crucial, because the prospects that land on your website have most likely arrived in search of specific information. By anticipating the needs of your prospects, creating the right pages, and filling them with high-quality content, you can turn your website into a powerful, sustainable lead-generation machine.
This is the first in a five-part series about growing your brand. Up first, we gave a tutorial about segmented email marketing. You can watch the video below to learn more.
Instagram is one of the most popular platforms in social media when it comes to the real estate industry, and there are some very good reasons why that's the case. The first is that Instagram is a highly visual medium, and real estate is a natural source for attractive, share-able photos. Just as importantly, Instagram is directly integrated with Facebook, which remains by far the most common, popular social media site on the planet. Success on Instagram may not be instant, but you can speed up the process dramatically by learning the "do's and don'ts" of Instagram for real estate.
In the Tech Tuesday video for May 2, 2017, we show you how to utilize customer keywords. Watch the video below to learn more!