Miami Waterfront Home For Sale Tour Eastern Shores North Miami Beach

I was invited to take a private tour during a Broker’s Open House of a beautiful Miami waterfront home for sale in a gated community known as Eastern Shores in North Miami Beach, Florida. I share a glimpse of my private tour experience with photo of the front and back of the home. Also, I describe some features of the home, share a link with more details and my contact information to make an appointment for a personal tour.

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From the moment I drove through the security guard gate, I felt a sense of peace. I learned this community is guarded 24 hours a day by Miami Police Officers and there is no association fee paid by owners of the community.

The neighborhood had elegant landscapes and was located only few minutes from the beach, shopping, schools, and restaurant locations.

Upon walking up to the front door, I heard birds chirping in the palm trees. When walked up the few stairs to the entrance of home, there was a unique and what looked like a hand carved wooden entrance door. I learned the main entrance door along with all custom made wooden doors inside were imported from Russia.

The home also had a large garage with plenty of space for vehicles to park both inside and outside in the driveway.

This 2004 year built beautiful two-story waterfront home with 4,418 square feet, spacious 6 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms and high ceilings with plenty of wall space to display art collector pieces.

The spacious beautiful kitchen had granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, a gas stove and other features you would love to see.

The backyard was breathtaking with the intercostal and ocean views, large sized pool with jacuzzi adjacent to it and a dock with 160 foot space for yacht.

It was truly a wonderful Miami waterfront home for sale private tour. For more details with photos about Miami Waterfront Homes and my contact information to schedule a private tour, click here.

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Facebook News Feed with Articles and Commented Stories

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Facebook recently announced will SHOW US more relevant media news articles AND also BUMP UP OUR own stories (Status updates with/without external links) when COMMENTS are made by BOTH you and friends giving respective opinions on Facebook friend stories (Includes family, friends and colleagues.)

COMMENTING on stories has power in the sense that everyone participating increases exposure. A win-win for all.

Facebook is a social media network connecting the world with news and stories which matter to people.

What is your opinion on this update? Comment below.

Click Facebook Newsroom with info on this here.

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3 Steps to Measure Value of Women’s Events with Social Media Strategy

(1) Before event create free educational content for distribution on social media networks related to program agenda including call to action with registration website link at end of message. For example on Facebook, track clicks on registration link, ticket sales, number of likes, comments, shares and views (Number of views available via Fan Page);

(2) During event create fun engagement activities using maximum three social media networks with short relevant hashtag – to avoid confusion. For example on Twitter, track number and create List of event participants and sponsors who tweeted using hashtag (Twitter List feature.) Results in event increasing exposure for returning attendees, returning sponsors, potential new attendees, potential new sponsors and potential television, radio, and print media coverage;

(3) After event create photo album with public tagging option so event participants and sponsors tag each other for opportunity to stay connected. For example on Facebook, track number attendees tagged on photo album, likes, comments, and shares. Results in increased event exposure for returning attendees, returning sponsors, potential new attendees, potential new sponsors and potential television, radio, and print media coverage.

What is your opinion on these steps? Would love to hear your feedback.

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Brenda Leguisamo Loves Fun Facebook Photos

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Join us for FREE 5th Anniversary Meetup of Social Media Club South Florida! The panel discussion is about Stop faking it!  – Tuesday, Nov. 12th at 7PM in Miami, Florida. Event RSVP details here:https://fb.com/events/538308902919104

Brenda Leguisamo Social Media Club South Florida Board Member

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Facebook Profile Comments for Women Event Success

Increase your Facebook Profile exposure by commenting on friends’ profile with your opinion. Your women event gets exposure because you already set the foundation with event content on your Facebook Profile Headshot Photo and Cover Photo. For example, I first posted a status update with a question on my profile asking who else is up working late. I asked this question because I knew there are usually friends up late on Facebook.

Immediately, received replies with likes and comments from friends sharing their opinion and/ or questions to me. See mobile screen shot from Android below.

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Replied to questions or clicked like for their opinion in the comment area where my initial question was posted. See below mobile screen shots  from Android below.

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Then, went to profile of friends who commented to reciprocate the attention given to me by also commenting on most recent post displayed on their Facebook wall. By doing this, the relationships get strengthened. In addition, results in Facebook displaying on each others’ newsfeed any new updates we share. The exposure on newsfeed gives opportunity to engage more times with each other. Also, other mutual friends see activity on newsfeed for opportunity to engage with comments. See mobile screen shots from Android with two scenarios when I commented on friends photo posts – in this case, they both had recently updated profile headshot photos below.

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If people who see your comment and relate with your opinion on comment area of Facebook post, naturally they will be curious to know more about you. This is reason important to update “About” section of profile.

What is your opinion on Facebook Profile Comments for women event success? Comment below and thank you.

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Facebook Page Photos for Women Event Success

When people visit a company Facebook Page, the first thing viewed is top left of page. Update Facebook Page photos at top – both photos, the left side smaller photo where most display company logo and also page cover photo. See mobile screenshot with Android of Social Biz Members Page below.

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For company logo photo, upload photo which fits the space provided so easy to read text. Enter brief description about company in area provided. Include event title and one call to action with active event website link. See mobile screen shot for Social Biz Members Insider Events below.

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For company cover photo, upload photo with company logo, image of women, font colors easy for eyes to read women event details. For example, messaging which helps describe women target audience, inspirational quote, social media networks where located and website address. Also, enter brief description in area provided with one call to action including active event website link. See mobile screen shot below.

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What is your opinion on Facebook Page photos for women event success? Comment below and thank you.

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Facebook Profile About Section for Women Event Success

Facebook Profile is asset for women event success. The second thing people see after the headshot photo of the Facebook Profile is the “About” section. This section allows people to get quick glance to learn about profile owner. See mobile screen shot taken with Android where orange circle highlights the “About” section below.

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Complete the “About” section “Work” area with most updated title information. Keep title brief because the screen has limited space for user to view from a mobile, laptop and desktop.

Note: Most Facebook users are actively using mobile to communicate on Facebook Application (App) of the social media network.

Leave enough space for company name to also display. When inserting company name next to job title, you are able to link to an active company Facebook Page for company increased exposure. See both mobile screen shots with orange circles above and below.

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When people see the “About” section and it interests them, they will click to learn more about the profile owner. This is opportunity for people to click “Like” on company Facebook Page. See mobile screen shot of company Facebook Page with orange circle on “Like” option below.

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The next blog article will be about Facebook Page Photos for Women Event Success.

What is your opinion on Facebook Profile “About” section for women event success? Comment below and thank you.

Social Media For Women

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