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.
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.
LinkedIn success starts with a great profile, so in this article, we’ve provided a step-by-step guide to help you optimise your profile and promote your brand in the best possible light.
Many people use LinkedIn when they are in ‘business mode’ and chances are even if they see you on another social media platform, they’ll likely check out your LinkedIn profile before getting in touch. Below we reveal 9 strategies you can use to start generating more leads from LinkedIn.
In this day and age, social media is a no brainer for real estate. Despite a lot of social activity, many agents are struggling to see results. Usually, a lack of success is not connected to a lack of effort but can be attributed to one or more of these seven common but easy to avoid mistakes….
When it comes to social media, one of the most frequently asked questions is when is the best time to post for your real estate social media strategy? Naturally, you want to achieve the best results for every post you do, so there has to be a good and bad time to post doesn’t there? […]
Whether you’re new to social media or just looking for ways to optimise your social media strategy, we explore three ways you can make your social work harder for you.
Below, we outline 6 practical ways you can use social proof to stand out from the crowd.
With any kind of marketing, it’s important to play where your customers are. In the case of social media for real estate, Facebook, Instagram and Linkedin are the most used social media platforms. However all 3 platforms engage with different audiences, and as such should have different goals and objectives.