“So what?” someone is likely saying. 64 of your friends see a picture with no information about the home. How is that “marketing”?
I just received a “Direct Message” from someone on Twitter. I follow them, they follow me, but we don’t really know each other. They are a local person that I “met” somehow on Twitter (name redacted for privacy):
Of course there is no telling where this could lead. The home could be in the wrong area for these folks, too expensive, too cheap, too big, too small. Who knows.
But I’ll find out.
There are 462 people that “follow” me on Twitter. Many I know, many I do not. It’s probably safe to assume those 462 people all have friends, co-workers, family. Some of those might just be looking for a home.
Perhaps some will say this is “shotgun” marketing — just firing stuff aimlessly about the internet and hoping something hits.
But there are a lot of people wandering aimlessly about the internet.
And some of them are looking for homes…
(And don’t worry Louis, this and more will be coming shortly for the HomeGain post I’m writing…)