Invite Past (and Future) Clients to Share On Your Page
In fact, user-generated-content is a powerful marketing tool, especially for social media campaigns. Use your social media channels to invite past – and even future – clients to share their stories, photos, and ideas on your page. Encourage user-generated-content that is uplifting and relates to your real estate sales and community.
Network with Other Agents for Hard-to-Sell Houses
Lastly, social media makes it easier to network with other local real estate businesses for the kind of partnerships everyone benefits from. Get the word out to buyers’ agents if you have a hard-to-sell property that needs a special buyer. Find out about lesser-marketed properties for your hard-to-please buyer. Even B2B, social media is good for your real estate business.
It takes time, so make some time
Growing an effective following, one which actually produces real-world results for your business beyond just a follower count, takes time and intentionality. Obviously no one would raise their hand and say “I have extra time!” We could ALL use a little more time.
A wise step for scaling up your business is to delegate non-revenue-generating tasks like paperwork and coordinating transactions to a Transaction Coordinator. Hiring in-house can be difficult and expensive, but in the digital age there are new and highly effective ways to make it a reality without major commitment.
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