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Twitter For Real Estate Agents. How To Use Twitter To Get Leads RIGHT NOW. {Tutorial}

Twitter For Real Estate

"Twitter Is Dumb". I hear this all the time when I meet with real estate professionals; real estate agents and loan officers here in Phoenix, Arizona. I laugh. I ask, "OK, Tell me WHY is Twitter Dumb?" "Well. . . because I just don't get it"or "No one in my office is using Twitter" is what I hear 99.9% of the time. The BLIND leading The BLIND In our real estate marketing classes I often tell real estate agents "I think real estate agents should NOT hang out with other … [Read more...]

Improving Customer Service and Brand Experience: With TWITTER

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Maaaaaan If I had a dollar for as many times as I have heard real estate peeps say "Twitter is dumb" I'd be rich, well I would have had a few more Grande Skinny Vanilla Latte's from Starbucks any way. How quick we are to discount or discourage something we don't understand. Let me tell you a story.... {dream sequence} It was a cold December 7th - a Wednesday I believe. I was cruising my Twitter feed, catching up with what the Twitterverse has been up to. In the spirit … [Read more...]

Marketing Title With Twitter: The Importance Of Monitoring Keywords

Twitter is awesome, we have already talked about that in previous posts. We talked about the way I use Twitter in marketing title which is sharing links and monitoring. Specifically monitoring. I am a title rep for a national title insurance company based in Phoenix, Arizona. I help my clients-real estate professionals-get found on the internet. Twitter is a great way to "get found". Case in point, My wife was in a a car accident 2 weeks ago. Everyone was fine but … [Read more...]

SMUrcle. The How To Get Business With Social Media

You've heard all the statistics before "There are over 400 Million people on Facebook", "Over 10,000 people are joining Twitter every day", "12% of people have blogs" on and on and on.  You have also most likely attended a class on Facebook or Twitter in the last year, maybe the instructor you had was rookie enough to try and explain them both in the same class.  Regardless of how many classes you have attended about social media, you most likely left feeling like you were … [Read more...]