Whether you are a real estate agent, business owner, or administrative assistant, social media is a key asset in your marketing arsenal. The Real Estate Voice ensures your social channels are full of relevant listings and educational content, making you look successful and in the know. However, organic reach on platforms like Facebook has been […]
Navigating the social media landscape is like walking a tightrope; one misstep can throw off your balance. Real estate agents face the daunting task of not just maintaining an active social media presence but doing it in a way that resonates with potential clients. The question often arises: How often should you post? In this […]
In today’s digital age, social media platforms have become invaluable tools for professionals looking to expand their reach and connect with a broader audience. For real estate agents, Instagram offers a dynamic platform to showcase properties, build a personal brand, and engage with potential buyers and vendors. To leverage Instagram effectively and enhance your success […]
Sometimes coming up with things to share on Instagram is as hard as remembering to share something! Let’s face it, not everyone has the natural talent to see Instagram moments as they occur, so it always helps to be reminded of some of the things you can post to Instagram. The Real Estate Voice social […]
With the number of users on social media growing every year, platforms like Facebook offer a prime opportunity to find new potential clients in your area. There are 18 million active monthly users in Australia on Facebook, so that represents a huge opportunity for you to get some of those users out of Facebook and […]
Social media has a lot going for it – it’s free and your potential clients are already using it, so most agents will agree that having a social presence is a no brainer. However, having a social presence and being able to use those social platforms to promote yourself and generate business are two very different things.
A largely untapped platform for real estate agents, another advantage is the lack of competition from other real estate agents. This of course increases the chances of your ad being seen. To help you get your LinkedIn campaign up and running, we’ve put together this step-by-step guide.
Of all the social media platforms, LinkedIn is often the most underutilised, but if you want to get in front of influential decision-makers, with 2 x the buying power of typical online audiences this is the platform to use.
LinkedIn uses objective-based advertising and offers 10 different ad formats. In this article, we unpack each of the main advertising objectives and the goals associated with each ad format.
Unlike other methods of marketing, Facebook enables you to reach potential customers wherever they are and it doesn’t cost a lot to reach a large audience.