Facebook Tips For Real Estate Agents

If you’re like most agents, you’re probably confident on a few social media platforms but not all. Do you struggle with one, such as TikTok? Usually it’s the platform that is the newest because agents have had the least amount of time to get accustomed to it. It’s tough with all you already have to do, to find time to learn how to use a new app but it’s essential to do so as part of an overall social media strategy for real estate agents. Users from app to app are not created equal, but there is one common thread once you learn the content style of a platform: consistently high quality posts. So at the end of the day, while this blog will teach you how to tailor your content to each platform in the best way possible, it’s up to you with your knowledge of your market to bring your best ideas to the table.

Facebook, The Original

You’ve got to have the fundamentals down for Facebook. If you’re more than a beginner you can read on, but it’s important to overcome several issues when starting out, first among them: getting past the slow start up. When you first start posting content, it’ll feel like you’re shouting into a void, an endless sea of offers and buyers and other agents competing for the attention of the same prime listings. This is normal.

Symplete Makes Social Easier

Posting your properties on Facebook is a time-consuming task. Wouldn’t it be nice if software could help you post your properties to social media, communicate with potential buyers, share those properties with other agents, and manage your workflow at every stage of the process up until close?

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