Top 5 Social Media Sites for Realtors



In 2018 the efficacious use of social media is paramount for realtors. Every social media channel is unique, and therefore you should use a custom strategy for each site. It’s a lot of work, but it’s worth it. This effort will pay off in the long run

Easy tips to gain more social media followers in seconds



Are you hoping to boost your online social media presence? If so, then Forbes columnist Jayson DeMers has a few new tips that can help you to collect new followers in as little as just three minutes, or so he claims. ‘

Social Media for Realtors in 2018: 3 Trends You Can Expect



It’s hard to believe that just a decade ago social media wasn’t on most people’s radars. Things have surely changed, and it seems they change faster and more noticeably with each passing year. For real estate agents, 2018 is shaping up to be no different.

6 Top Real Estate Influencers On Instagram



With over 700 million active users, engagement rates on Instagram are often up to 10x higher than other platforms such as Facebook. Add in targeted hashtags and location tags, and brands can skyrocket their presence on the social network.

4 Must-Have Features on Your Real Estate Facebook Page



With almost 1.6 billion users, Facebook’s widespread network means your real estate agency should probably include it in your social media mix. But what exactly should you display on your page?

Top 5 Mistakes Real Estate Agents Should Avoid on Social Media



As helpful as social media has been for real estate agents, you should know that it can do just as much harm to your brand if you aren’t careful.

Engagement: How Snapchat for Real Estate Can Boost Your Business



Snapchat is the trend of the moment, and it makes sense if you consider how Dolly Meckler and Michael Hoffman use their Snaplistings account on Snapchat sell luxury real estate worth millions.

How To Use LinkedIn to Generate More Leads In Real Estate



Email marketing works too but, over the past few years, digital marketing, LinkedIn, in particular is gaining ground as the go-to real estate lead-generator.

Twitter doubles its tweet character limit for some users



A lot of real estate agents like to use Twitter, either to promote their listings and web content or to stay in touch with clients, or both. But Twitter has always been a different kettle of fish compared to other social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram

Social Media for Real Estate: It’s Not Just About Facebook



However, given its hefty capacity, many real estate agents have forogtten there’s more to social media marketing than Facebook – much more.

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