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November 19, 2021

Friday


Inhale the future. Exhale the past.

Post your Social Post on your business Facebook page

Share your Business post on your personal Facebook page

Share your post on Instagram and any other social profiles you are managing

Use today's blog post idea to create your own blog article. Be sure to share the article on your social channels and email after you publish it!

Study today's marketing question and as always reach out if you have any of your own questions

Study today's marketing Term and try to apply the concept at least once today

Bonus Challenge

Create a master growth plan that outlines when these systems will be created by you

Today's Social Post

Social Post Idea:

If you were stranded on an island, who would you want to be with you? Tag them!



Notes:

  • Today is the second best day of the week to post on Instagram. Stay strong!
  • If you miss the best time to post window on Facebook or Instagram today - don't worry! During weekdays there is still consistent engagement from 9am–5pm.
  • Reminder: Early mornings and evenings, before 7am and after 5pm have the least amount of engagement per day on Facebook.
  • Reminder: Lowest engagement times on Instagram occur during late night and early morning from 11pm–3am so stay clear of posting during that time slot.
  • Reminder: Steer clear of posting on LinkedIn every day from 9pm to 3am.


When and where to post:
- Post on Facebook today between 9am-11am - Post on LinkedIn today at 10am - Post on Instagram today between 10am-12pm

Today's Blog Post Idea

Blog Post Idea:

How long does it take to buy a house in your area?

Topics:
Market Trends


Blog Post Template Suggestion:

History Post


Notes:
  • History posts are one of the very best blog article templates to relay your value proposition.By telling stories and showing history in your experience you are building what is called "brand heritage" in the eyes of your audience. Top brands spend millions to try and practice this very discipline.
  • Our History template makes it super easy to go through a step by step builder and create this brand building content for your readers. Just simply create an introduction, craft a list of historical events related to today's post idea, then end with a conclusion.
  • History posts generally one of the biggest impact on building your brand as any of the Ready Agent Go blog templates.
  • Click the Create a Blog Post button to be taken to the blog post creation tool. Follow the steps and boom your done.
    Are you Ready? Let's Go!


Bonus To-do's after you create your blog:
After you're finished creating your blog post make sure you promote it! Here are a few simple suggestions:
  • Create a social post using the featured image of your blog post and the title.
  • Right after posting your blog post be sure to send out an email blast using the featured image of your article and a quick excerpt from the introduction. Link to your blog post to drive traffic to this published article on your website. If you don't have a website, or place to publish your content, consider getting a Ready Agent Go website and have all this done for you.
  • Over the following 1-2 weeks create at least one social post for each historical event in your post and share it across social media. When you share it make sure to link back to your article.

Today's Premium Content

There are no premium content pieces scheduled for today. Go check out the Action Plan Calendar to see when the next one is scheduled to be completed and use today to start prepping for it.

Today's Email Content

There are no emails scheduled for today. Go check out the Action Plan Calendar to see when the next one is scheduled to be completed and use today to start prepping for it.


Today's Learning Center



Today's Marketing Question

Question:

Should we be using Google+ for marketing?


Answer:

Though it started out looking promising, Google+ is one platform we don’t recommend using for marketing purposes anymore.

Today's Marketing Term

Term:

Closed-Loop Marketing


Definition:

The practice of closed-loop marketing is being able to execute, track and show how marketing efforts have impacted bottom-line business growth. An example would be tracking a website visitor as they become a lead to the very last touch point when they close as a customer.