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February 17, 2016

How Twitter can Help Real Estate Professionals

How Twitter can Help Real Estate Professionals

If you want to be a really successful real estate agent then you need to make use of all of the resources that you have available. Twitter can be a wonderful resource for you as long as you know how to use it properly.

Profile

Make sure that you include all of your details in your Twitter profile so that people can get in contact with you as and when they need to.

Interesting Content

Statistics show that Twitter users are 5 times more likely to re-share content than Facebook users are, but they will only do so if the content that you create is interesting. It can be a lot harder to do this on Twitter because you have a limited number of characters available to you. The best idea is to create a hook title which links on to a longer post on another social media site. Your title should draw people in and encourage them to follow the link through.

Pictures Speak Louder than Words

User data shows that Twitter users are more likely to engage with content if it involves a picture. Use Twitter to share amazing pictures of the properties that you are working with. If your followers retweet these pictures, then they can easily be seen by thousands of people.

Engage with Followers

You should try to engage with followers on Twitter, so that they know that you are active and involved with your account. Having conversations on Twitter will allow users to see the “human side” of the business, and will help people to build up more of a rapport with you. However, you should make sure that you keep all conversations professional. You can also follow local stories and start conversations with other users without being approached first. For example, if you see posts that are related to real estate, you can engage with these.

Business to Business

You should also use your Twitter account to foster good business to business relationships with other Twitter users in your area. Creating good relationships on Twitter can lead to good working relationships in real life.

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