We hear it all the time – I just don’t have the time or energy to stay current with Google or I don’t know the first thing about Facebook marketing, or worst yet, I have a website, that’s all I need to do.
While my post will touch on the latter two points, I am not here to endorse Facebook or scold you for abandoning your website like a bad habit. My goal is to provide you with easy-to-implement pointers on how to build a solid yet simple website that is both search-engine and user friendly without making your web developer burn the midnight oil. Let’s dive right in. Read More
Last week Google announced on their blog that they would be transforming their search experience into something rich with people and personal content. Today, Google claims search is limited to public webpages that are created by people you’ve never met. At the heart of this new ‘search,’ Google is looking to bring your social world closer to you than ever before:
“Search is pretty amazing at finding that one needle in a haystack of billions of webpages, images, videos, news and much more. But clearly, that isn’t enough. You should also be able to find your own stuff on the web, the people you know and things they’ve shared with you, as well as the people you don’t know but might want to… all from one search box.” – Amit Singhal, Google Fellow Read More
This post was originally written by Kerry Sugrue, former Social Media Specialist at Apartments.com.
Every day there are new social networking sites or tools being released that we don’t hear about. But when a giant like Google announces a social network, everyone pays attention. I was lucky enough to get an invite to join the Google+ Project and have had some time to play around in it. Here are some of the main features and how they can be used at your apartment community. Read More