YouTube Thursdays - Does your Marketing Story include Stories?
Videos stand out in social media - and you can take advantage of it. YouTube and Instagram Stories continue to take center stage in 2019. One big reason for their popularity is they get prime viewing on both news feeds. For example, unlike regular Facebook posts, which appear on people's feeds, Stories are displayed right at the top of the Facebook app. Your Stories will be the first thing your followers see when they open their profile!
Both Instagram and Facebook Stories disappear after 24 hours, however you have the option to save them to your camera. We like the option to have Instagram Stories automatically post to Facebook Stories. Another option we are especially interested in exploring is adding a poll to an Instagram Story. Users who particpate will see results immediating after answering a question - it might be a useful way to get some feedback about a housing trend.
We had planned to share a variety of Stories with you this week, shot with our cell phone and new gear - a gimbal and a plug-in lavelier microphone. However, we are knee deep in our kitchen remodel. That distraction, and working with our buyers and upcoming listing clients is keeping our schedules full.
How To - Stories on Instagram
Have you added Stories to your marketing story this year?
Much like Anita Clark 's Facebook Fridays, we encourage you to subscribe to each other's YouTube Channels - and take a minute to "like" or leave a comment. You can also add your own YouTube Channel in the comments below, and ask for subscribers. Be sure to subscribe back though - it's quid pro quo!