If you started your home staging business more than a year ago, you probably weren’t using Twitter, or you might not even have heard of it. But mastering Twitter and using it to help promote and grow your home staging business should definitely be in your 2010 marketing plan.
If you’re thinking, “why Tweet when I can just call?”, then you don’t understand what social media can do for you. The real business value is in letting you build a professional relationship and communicate with people you don’t know yet— people who are interested in your services.
> More about how Twitter can build your staging business
Another way to get more exposure for your home staging business is to start a blog or newsletter about home staging. It’s your chance to have ongoing contact with prospective or past clients and continue to demonstrate your expertise as a home stager.
You may have met someone three months ago, but will they remember you when it’s time to put their house on the market? Newsletters give you a way to keep in touch by sharing information. This is much better than trying to pick up the phone and say “hi, do you need my services yet?”
It can be time consuming to put out a regular newsletter or to keep a blog active, but it’s worth the effort because both are excellent ways to market your business.
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Because Staging Diva materials are delivered to you immediately after you order, you can get started on your new marketing for the New Year right now while you’re inspired to learn and take action.