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3 Simple (But Important) Things To Remember About Real Estate Marketing

Real Estate Marketing

Marketing your real estate brand  to get clients and leads can be highly time consuming, However, in today’s current Real Estate market, word of mouth simply doesn’t do it’s justice no more. Everything is more saturated thus you need to branch out (and talk to us, we can help) and fully immerse yourself into the realm of digital marketing.

Whether you’re a beginner or you’ve been playing the market for some time, there is always a lot to learn. Here are 3 simple tips to remember.

 

1) The more visibility, the better

So you have your website (hopefully made by us) and you’re not seeing many visitors? The first key to always remember is that you need to put your name out there.

Publish a blog on your website and set up profiles on the following social media platforms and post all your content! I can guarantee you’ll see more visitors!

  • Facebook (Pages, Groups)
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • LinkedIn
  • Pinterest
  • Reddit
  • Google+
  • Tumblr
  • Yelp
  • Blogs (Relating to your location/niche)
  • Forums

 

2) Stand out! Do something different

You’re competing with many realtors or brokers in your locality, you have to stand out for people to choose you. So how do I do this? Well you could…

Run a campaign on MailChimp (We recommend for E-Mail’s) which has an intriguing subject, like this

Home Ideas That Make Us Proud (Unlike Our Nephew, Steve)

…..Or upload your Facebook or Instagram with something funny like memes or funny captions. Doing this will build a following, increasing your reputation therefore people will be more inclined to go with you. Read our #hashtag article to make your posts go more viral!

 

3) Quality Content!

Believe me, I know it’s tempting to slack when it comes to content but when I say that it’s important, I mean it. Putting time in does show, if you were to read a sentence like this…

‘I’m good at Real Estate and can get your house sold!’

VS

‘Having my PA Real Estate Licence for 9 Years, I’m experienced and knowledgable with the Philadelphia Real Estate Market. I can sell your house using modern powerful marketing techniques which have worked on the previous houses I sold’

 

It’s obvious which one you were to pick, let your client know you as the awesome great realtor that you are, not some part-timer!

 

If you ever need help with content ideas or marketing in general, just send us an email contact@realtorproject.com and we’ll be glad to help. We offer the finest Real Estate marketing services known to man-kind!

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Evan

Realtor Project

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Social Media and Real Estate

Hello,

This post is for any Realtor, Broker or Real Estate affiliated individual. You’ve been told about the importance of Social Media and how it can positively affect your brand but not sure where to begin? Start here…

Social Media is the current wave of technology which allows users to socialize with other users or businesses. Our smartphones are constantly on us, and nearly at all times in hand-reach, this is where businesses can use the ‘phone addiction (or just modern-age lifestyle) to get and obtain customers and clients. That’s why social media is held in such high authority, most of us use it. Here is the current usage statistics.

Social Media and Real Estate

As you can see we really do use technology, especially social media. Anyway, enough of the boring statistical bits, you want to know how you can use social media for your real estate needs. Find out below.

How to use Social Media in Real Estate?

First of all, it’s important to note that we will be talking about a variety of social media platforms. The list we suggest for your start-up is.

  1. Facebook
  2. Instagram
  3. Twitter

We will be going through each one by one in the upcoming posts, but for now, I’ll tell you key points of how you can use these platforms for your Real Estate brand.

Facebook

Most used social media site EVER. It can be used to create pages specific to your brand (For Example: Kali Butterly). This is commonly found on search engines (Like Google) by simply searching your brand name, therefore you have Facebook exposure and Google exposure. This increases your chance of capturing clients and leads.

It can also be used to create large groups ( A lot of Real Estate groups are on Facebook, they give good advice and updates on current market trends)>

As well as the points above, it is also a place to interact with your clients. Your page or profile can be used for your target audience to actually contact you and ask you questions. Who wouldn’t want that?

Adverts. As the saying goes, you have to speculate to accumulate. That’s where Facebook ads come into place. You set parameters on your target audience, a running time and a budget for your campaign to be seen on more people’s Facebook’s (It shows as a sponsored post). This can be effective for capturing specific leads (I.e home buyers in New York), but I would say research more into it before you start putting all your eggs into one basket.

 

Instagram

Facebook’s successful purchase. The two social media giants are closely linked together, in fact you can physically link the two together from the Instagram app itself (So your uploads to Instagram will also be shared to Facebook automatically). Killing two birds with one stone!

Instagram’s primarily use is to share images. A lot of people use Instagram for business and rightfully so. It’s fun, easy to use and effective in capturing clients with many features such as direct messaging, tagging and hashtags (As you’ll find out in the next coming posts of which #Hashtags to use.

Being a realtor means helping people buy or sell their home and one of the most important points about buying a house is the appearance. What’s better than a customer seeing this beautiful 4-bedroom house in the suburbs of Philadelphia on Instagram based on the large bold image and guess what, you’re located in the same area as the customer. JACKPOT (Woop woop) you just grabbed yourself a sale (or if it falls through  *let’s hope not* you have yourself a home-buyer)

Adverts. as with Facebook you can buy your publicity by purchasing a campaign, you’ll get more likes, followers and let’s hope, a sale.

Twitter

Facebook’s biggest competitor, Twitter. It created the #Hashtag before it was famous. It’s used differently than Facebook, Twitter has a more professional feel to it, less personal interaction but that doesn’t mean less business interaction. That’s right, no more Add Friend, just Follow. That’s how you know it means business.

Real Estate companies and realtors worldwide use Twitter to advertise their listings, open-houses or simply just saying “Hey, we’re here you know”. It’s professional feel allows you to network greatly. If you were to search #ForSale you’ll see a lot of listings or houses (and other stuff).

As with Facebook, Twitter is usually on the first page of search engines, therefore simply setting it up will help capture more leads tremendously.

Finally…

I’m glad you’ve read our first blog post, with many more helpful Real Estate marketing tips to come. Remember we also offer Websites, Brochures & Business Cards.

Good luck and remember to set-up your social media, see you soon!

Evan,

Founder, Realtor Project

 

 

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