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Increase Your Leads – Use Social Media Marketing

There is absolutely no question that social media is crucial for any real estate agent.

You are most likely familiar – perhaps intimately so – with the use of modern social media sites. Maybe you use them every day to keep in touch with family and friends. But – do you use it to keep in touch with clients and business partners?

Our social media training will give you an overview of professional use of social media in real estate, as well as specific tips for engaging users – buyers and sellers. You will also learn about a number of neat tricks and external products to integrate into your online engagement and advertising campaigns. We discuss how to use Facebook and other social media sites to drive more business.

 

With over 1.3 billion members worldwide, Facebook remains the largest social network site. Are you using Facebook as part of your real estate marketing? Beyond the basics, how are others in real estate using Facebook in their business? Know the basics, review current security settings, and explore how real estate professionals are using the social network to build their brand.

 

 

Instagram best practices continue to change. As new advertising, creative, and sales tools come online, brands are discovering new ways to engage users. For breakout success in 2020, you will need to keep up with the latest trends and make full use of what Instagram has to offer.

 

 

With nearly 400 million members worldwide, and with two new professionals joining every second, LinkedIn is one of the largest and fastest growing social media platforms on the planet. Its members are professional, affluent and well read.

 

 

Twitter is a way of sending short bits of information to your subscribers. The messages are limited to 280 character at a time, called a "tweet." You can use Twitter to let your clients know what you are doing for them, post short descriptions of new listings, and keep your team on schedule. Following influential real estate personalities, engaging with other real estate professionals, and participating in conversations are ways that real estate professionals can leverage Twitter's reach to help their business and their clients.

 

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