Christi Lowe’s Blog

The Art of Business Blogging

Did you know blogging is a crucial part of search engine optimization? Do you want to start a blog, but you’re unsure how to write it? Here are some do's and don'ts of successful blogging:      1. Knowing your audience is important. Blogs are intended to be an...

Why Realtors Need Video Marketing!

If you spend any time on Facebook, Twitter or virtually any other social media site, you’ve probably noticed the incredible amount of videos in your feed. They’re everywhere! Facebook even plays the videos automatically, whether you click on them or not. And Facebook...

You Get What You Pay For

When it comes to video ads – you DO get what you pay for. A friend recently asked if I could video a 1:30 commercial for a very popular, online business listing service.  I won’t bash publicly, but the company logo features a little red flower (and it starts with a...

Real Estate Videos Are Worth The Investment

So you’re selling a home, and you’re thinking about doing a video tour. The question is, are real estate videos worth the investment? Today’s home buyers are doing a lot more research online before they ever consider looking at a house in person. So before you can get...

Think Marketing DVDs are Out of Fashion?

Digital video marketing is at an all-time high. With search engines like Google paying special attention to posts, websites, etc. that include video content, smart businesses these days are uploading videos to  promote themselves on just about every site possible....

Social Media Head Spin

Facebook, Pinterest, Google +, Twitter, YouTube, Vimeo …  how many social sites does today’s business owner really NEED to keep up with the competition?  Trying to post to all of these sites on a regular basis is enough to make my head spin. And my head has been...

Is a Wedding Video Really Worth It?

Is a Wedding Video Worth It? Couples spend most of their wedding budgets on the location, food, and flowers. But those things don’t last. This is my take on why wedding videos should be planned for, budgeted for, and booked long in advance. So, you’re getting married....