There are many reasons to make videos: lead generation, exposure, branding, becoming top of mind… However, you want to do it well.. Michael Thorne and Jesse Peters shared their tips for how to “Boost Your Business with the Power of Video” during their recent appearance on the Secrets of Top Selling Agents webinar series. Find their tips below and visit SecretsWebinar.com to register for the next great, free webinar. Continue reading
Social media has become a world of video. With social platforms realigning themselves to this medium, it is safe to say that creating video content is how fans want to engage with the businesses they follow.
However, creating video isn’t just hitting the record button on your camera. Platforms like Facebook and Instagram have implemented algorithms to lower the organic reach for underperforming and unengaging content. The next time you are creating a video for your profile, refer back to the strategies listed below to create engaging and watch-worthy content. Continue reading
In her recent appearance on the Secrets of Top Selling Agents webinar program, Marki Lemons-Ryhal, social media expert and entrepreneur, said that it’s time to “stop getting ready to get ready to do video,” and do it. To help you get started, she shared some great tools to help you overcome the difficulties of creating live videos. Continue reading
Many agents understand the value of video marketing. They know how to use a video camera and can think of several ways through which videos can help them attract more leads. However, they don’t create videos. Why? Because they’re afraid of how they’ll look or sound on camera. If you’re one of the agents letting fear of the camera keep you from growing your business through video, check out the tips below to learn how you can look and sound your best and in doing so find the confidence to give video a try! Continue reading
When it comes to selling real estate, there are many marketing challenges that professional agents and homeowners must face. One of the more difficult challenges is obtaining high quality photography and video.
Luckily, the advancement of consumer Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), commonly called drones, and the approval of new FAA regulations makes collecting great aerial footage extremely easy. Continue reading