Home prices may not appreciate – and they may even depreciate, remember 2006- 2011 – so what you think is a sure thing in 20 years may not be worth what you forecasted.
If you have too much house in your 50s and 60s and you think you are going to downsize later, downsize now. There are two good reasons for downsizing now. One, when you are younger you can handle the enervation, being drained of energy or vitality and fatigue of a house move, as well as the financial hit everyone takes when you move. Selling and moving could cost thousands of dollars and over 10% of the home value. You can handle that cost in your 60s better…
The Cover Photo Design Your cover photo, just like any other photo you post on Facebook, is clickable.
This means users can click on the photo to expand it and view the complete image.
‘Click Here’ Sign There are two different ways to get fans to click on your cover photo.
After designing your cover photo, add a “click here” sign to the image.
The second way to let fans know to click your image to read the image’s description is to add a short CTA to the bottom of the image.
Once a fan clicks on the image (on their desktop), the complete photo is shown and fans can see the CTA on the bottom requesting they click on the link to your landing page in your image’s description.
This automatic feature is a great way to inform fans that you’ve changed your cover photo.
While you’re busy creating the best cover photo image to drive traffic to your landing pages, let Homes.com’s Social Fuel experts handle all your Facebook advertising needs.
Patty McNease is director of Marketing for Homes.com.
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