Use This To Create Your Real Estate Social Media Marketing Plan

The real estate industry is gaining ground all over the world. Research from Sprout Social reveals “77% of realtors actively use social media for real estate in some way, shape or form. 47% of real estate businesses note that social media results in the highest quality leads versus other sources.”

In order to thrive is this highly competitive real estate market – social media marketing is crucial. 

Here are 3 tools to help you create a social media marketing plan:

365 Days of Social Media Posts For Real Estate Agents

365 Days of Social Posts for Real Estate Agents: The Ultimate Guide to Real Estate Social Media Marketing. (Photo via: Freepik)

365 Days of Social Media Posts For Real Estate Agents is the ultimate book for real estate social media marketing. This book provides agents a year’s worth of creative social media ideas that are bound to get your audience engaged platform to platform.


Wikipedia describes Canva as “a graphic design platform, used to create social media graphics, presentations, posters, documents and other visual content.” The platform is free to use and allows agents to make quick and appealing graphics straight from their mobile device.


Social Media Marketing (Image sourced via: Solen Feyissa)

Later is an easy-to-use social media management platform that allows real estate agents to organize and schedule social media posts months in advance. Later social media scheduling has both free and paid plans depending on your needs and wants!

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!

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