7 Social Media Tricks to Sell Your House

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Remember the era when house hunting involved picking up one of those full-color catalogues that were free at the corner store? Those guides are still fun to flip through, but if you’re selling, you need to be more proactive than that.

You depend on social media to post pictures, keep up to date with friends, and find jobs, so why not use it to sell your home? It’s the perfect platform.

You can connect with buyers, real estate agents, post enticing photos, and answer any queries the potential buyers might have. However, there is a right way to sell your house on social media. Here are seven tips to get you there. [Read more...]

5 Stupid Marketing Mistakes You Might Be Making

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As an entrepreneur or small business owner, you probably don’t moonlight as one of the Mad Men. There’s a reason entire degrees are built around marketing; while some people have a natural talent, “winging it” almost always ends badly.

You might not realize you’re missing out on opportunities or revenue, but you likely are if you don’t have a pro in your corner. What was once considered savvy marketing has become long since dated.

How can you make sure you’re on the right track if it’s not in the budget to hire a marketing manager? Simply making sure you avoid the most common mistakes is a good start.

Take a look at the five most common marketing mistakes and see if you’re guilty. Fixing these faux pas can put you back on the fast track to success. [Read more...]

Why Most People Choose Windows VPS

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So you have a great business idea that you’d like to get online? If that’s the case, then you undoubtedly want the right host for your online business. There are many things to consider when selecting a suitable host. One of the most important is the operating system.

One option you can select is a Windows-based server. If that’s the case, then you’re most likely going to opt for a Virtual Private Server (VPS) or a Virtual Dedicated Server (VDS) for cost reasons.

As the name implies, a virtual server is not an actual, physical server but a specific partition that’s part of a larger server. Think of a virtual server as a component of a “real” server that has been sliced up into numerous, smaller operations. This enables people who run small businesses (like yours) to share the same physical server at a reasonable price.

Here are some of the benefits of using a Windows-based virtual server. [Read more...]