The start of the year inspires the best of intentions in us all. It’s when we decide to make all the personal and business changes we said we’d do last year but never got around to. But that doesn’t have to happen this year! If one of your goals is to improve your content strategy on your blog or social media, we can help. Instead of spending hours trying to come up with content ideas, be on the lookout for a list of topics from us each month that you can explore in your blog or social networks. Find January’s topics below to get started!
*Tip: Don’t limit yourself to real estate specific topics. Be a community expert and source of interesting area information to appeal to a larger audience. Continue reading
Social success is measured by the number of engaged followers interacting with your posts: liking, sharing, or responding. However, without engaging content, your followers will ignore your posts and continue scrolling through their feeds.
To create engaging content, you need to understand your audience’s wants and needs. This helps you influence your audience’s decision-making process, persuading them to interact with your content to increase your engagement. Continue reading
It’s time to overcome your fear of the camera and start cashing in on the ROI that comes with creating real estate videos. Marki Lemons-Ryhal, a Realtor®, social media expert, and Facebook Live video host shared her tips to make a return on your investment with video in a recent Secrets of Top Selling Agents webinar. Find her tips below and then watch the full, recorded webinar here. Continue reading
Being socially active is crucial for businesses to maintain a competitive advantage. However, many Realtors® might feel that maintaining an active social media presence takes too much time. With a social media content schedule, you can plan content weeks in advance and free up time to handle other aspects of your business. Continue reading
The more sales your agents make, the stronger your business becomes. Because of this, it’s natural to want to attract and work with experienced, proven agents. Still, there’s something to be said for helping your current agents grow into that role. Agents who haven’t yet made it big may be more flexible and open to learning new techniques. And with the right atmosphere, planning, and support, any agent can become a top producer. Continue reading