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5 Common Real Estate Social Media Mistakes to Avoid

Stop undercutting your chances for success with these reputation-killing blunders.


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One of the most important steps someone can take when consuming your social media content is to check out your profile. If you’re posting for business, you’re not doing it for the “Likes.” You’re doing it for people to connect with you and consider you their real estate expert.

So if your profile is a mess or doesn’t make a strong first impression, you’re missing a huge opportunity. And from our vantage point, there are five major mistakes agents tend to make over and over again that should be avoided at all costs.

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“5 Common Real Estate Social Media Mistakes to Avoid” includes:

  • A simple tip that builds your brand and clears consumer confusion
  • The dumbest mistake of all
  • “Best practices” specs for building the ideal profile on TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn
  • 6 ways to analyze your social media content strategy
  • FREE coaching consultation call (A $395 value)

Along with your guide is a free consultation to discuss the challenges holding your business back and where you can add support to fuel future growth. Be sure to self-schedule your appointment right away.

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