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3 Tips For New Real Estate Agents

New real estate agent? Use these tips to get your feet off the ground.

The real estate industry is gaining ground all over the world. Research from the National Association of Realtors reveals “88% of buyers purchased their home through a real estate agent or broker—a share that has steadily increased from 69% in 2001.”

Here are 3 tips on for new real estate agents:

Create a strong social media presence

Curating a strong social media presence is extremely important in this digital era we are living in. To develop an effective digital footprint, it’s essential to create a Facebook page, website, and Instagram profile. Make sure to share meaningful content and engage with those who fall under your target audience.

Support your community and get involved

A real estate agent is as much a part of the community as members of a church, school, or the local football team. Supporting your community with ideas, donations, or simply participating in community town hall meetings and other functions will strengthen your personal brand.

Build relationships everywhere you go

To become a successful agent, creating meaningful connections is key. Be intentional, professional, and positive always. Make sure to develop efficient communication skills such that a client is always willing to mention your name to a friend. Positive relationships will lead you into greater circles that could lead to breakthroughs in your business.

If you are a real estate agent struggling to think of what to post on social media you need my latest book. “365 Days of Social Media Posts For Real Estate Agents” has saved hundreds of realtors tons of time and energy in creating and maintaining their social presence. Head over to Amazon and grab yourself a copy today!

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Written by Brendan Cox

Brendan Cox is an American entrepreneur specializing in influencer marketing and social media. He is a driven entrepreneur looking to help businesses and influencers leverage social media to the fullest extent. Under his leadership, Business Blurb has grown exponentially and became the fastest-growing entrepreneurial media company.

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