In an ideal world, you could go out and cut a check to a professional photographer to take care of your business photography. He or she would take beautiful shots that put your company in the best light. Unfortunately, many organizations simply don’t have the budget. The good news is, you can take good photographs for your business or nonprofit. We’ll give you some great tips so you can take better business photos – ones you can be proud of.
But first, let’s start with some building blocks.
Social Media is not going away. No matter your business, having a presence on social media is necessary to be relevant in today’s world. But who should take on that responsibility? Should you do it yourself? Can team members take care of it as a group effort? Or is it a good idea to hire a social media manager? There are different answers for different businesses, but this article may help you decide what is right for yours.
Perhaps you’re a relatively new business, and you’re not sure what social media platform will give you the best return for your investment of time. Or maybe your business has been around for many years, but you haven’t made the leap into social media yet (or you haven’t jumped into the deep end). Whatever the situation, we’re here to help you understand what your business should be doing in the coming year.
If you’ve been a real estate agent for years, we don’t need to tell you that what it takes to be successful has changed enormously. In the 80s and early 90s, real estate agents could rent a building, hang a sign, and place some print ads in the local newspaper. With a smile, a warm handshake, and a lot of hard work, business could be great.
Once the internet came into the picture, the web has increasingly become part of the real estate agent’s life. Now things are changing so rapidly that we don’t deal with changes in decades; what worked last year may not work now, and there is a continual challenge to stay ahead of the game in this competitive business.