It’s difficult to think of real estate social media ideas day in and day out that are creative, engaging and worthy for the “gram.” As a busy real estate agent you shouldn’t be wasting your time brainstorming ideas for social media. “365 Days of Social Media Posts For Real Estate Agents” is the perfect solution for agents who understand the importance of having a strong digital presence but are stumped when it comes to ideas. This book has saved realtors countless hours of time and energy in creating and maintaining a meaningful social presence.
Here’s a look inside the few first days of “365 Days of Social Posts for Real Estate Agents: The Ultimate Guide to Real Estate Social Media Marketing”:
January 1st: New Year’s Day
Caption: Happy New Year! Here’s a look at some of the homes that were most memorable this year. Cheers to a new year, new goals, and new homes!
Wish your clients a Happy New Year! Get creative and post pictures of your favorite houses you sold this year.
January 2nd: New Year’s Resolutions
Caption: Some people say New Year’s resolutions are cliché, but they can be a great way to start fresh and accomplish goals you have been pushing off. This year I hope to [insert your New Year’s resolution here]. What are some of your goals for this year?
As a real estate agent, it’s important to connect on a more personal level with potential customers. This is also a great way to get your followers to engage with your content.
January 3rd: Weekly Business Spotlight
Caption: Every week showcase a local business you love (whether that be a restaurant, local boutique or any type of small business) and tell your followers why you love it!
Show your clients that you know your city inside and out. Series like this are a great way to attract a new audience and show that you care about your community. People love to learn new things about their area!
January 4th: National Trivia Day
Caption: It’s National Trivia Day! The first person to answer correctly will win a [prize ideas: gift card to a local business, or just do it for fun]. The United States government paid $7.2 million for what piece of land?
Answer: Alaska. Remember, your social media can’t be all promotional – why would anyone want to follow you? In order for someone to click that like or follow button, you have to post interesting content that encourages people to engage.
January 5th: Highlighting a Review
Caption: Thank you for your kind words [Name of customer who shared the review]! Incredibly thankful for reviews like this. Definitely one of the most rewarding parts of my job.
Reviews are one of the most important parts of becoming a successful real estate agent. Make sure to share and showcase those hard-earned stars across your social media platforms. Not only will this entice potential clients, but it will encourage previous clients to also leave kind remarks.
If you are a real estate agent struggling to think of what to post on social media you need “365 Days of Social Media Posts For Real Estate Agents’.’ Head over to Amazon and grab yourself a copy today!