When you're making social media content are you thinking about those with visual impairments or hearing loss? If not, let's fix that! Here are some simple steps you can take to make your social media more inclusive.
You're losing motivation to do your job. Your energy levels are down. You get irritated easily. There's no joy in what you do anymore. If you can relate to any of these statements, you might be dealing with Burnout.
The question of renting or buying can be a complicated one. It depends on a number of factors, and there's no blanket answer to which one is better for you. Your financial situation, personal preferences, area you live, and more all play a part. Let's look at the pros and cons of both.
Last year a lot of 4th of July celebrations were cancelled or postponed. That means we need to make up for lost time this year! Luckily the Atlanta area has no shortage of ways to celebrate the birth of our nation.
The average internet user watches 1.5 hours of video per day. Video marketing is big and it is only projected to get bigger. To stay on top of this trend, you must be creating good video content and being strategic with your posting strategy.
Being online is the first step, but keeping your audience engaged is the second (arguably the most important) step. The goal is bring as many visitors to that page as possible, right? Blog writing is great for many reasons but here are the most important.
If talking about generating leads makes you nervous, I have good news: you do not have to do it alone, and you are probably already doing it well without knowing it, especially if you have a great network.
Did you know that 80% of Instagram users follow at least one business account? There is a huge opportunity for Realtors to build an audience, have their content seen, and convert clients on the platform.
Being a Realtor means balancing your budget, marketing, maintaining relationships, building clientele, attending networking events, often working on weekends and more. Startups often are in the same position.
When your real estate business is growing exponentially, client relationships, closings, leads, marketing and maintaining your sanity can get tough. When you find yourself not having enough time in the day it may be time to hire a Realtor assistant.
A successful career in real estate means maintaining your personal relationships while continually growing and gaining new clients. Whether it is through social media, email marketing, or networking, marketing for Realtors is essential.
As a new real estate agent one important decision to make is whether to join a team or fly solo. There is no right or wrong answer, nor is one path easier than the other. It is up to the individual to decide what best suites their situation and personality.
Realtors don’t usually have the best “rep.” In fact, a survey on the Perceptions of Real Estate Agents by CoreLogic in Australia claims that only 9% of people rank real estate agents as “high” or “very high” in ethics and honesty.
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