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For highest SEO marks, Facebook recommends posting to your business timeline 4-7+ times each week.
These posts can be a mix of hard-sale posts (ex: listing announcements, open house invites, contact forms) & a mix of soft-sale posts (ex: reviews, neighborhood spotlights, personal recommendations), or somewhere in between.
If you follow the 80/20 rule, 80% of your content should follow a soft-sale route. This way, future clients opt into your page, seeing you more as the ‘area expert’ rather than just focusing on your current inventory & sales.
The causal soft-sale content that performs best are posts with beautiful images, ones with voting options, and posts prompting readers to voice their opinions. People enjoy getting their thoughts heard & as a real estate pro, it’s important to keep the conversation going!
We’ve created 7 real estate focused engagement posts for you to utilize & engage with your audience for free! We love Jacksonville & our neighbors, so this is just a gift from us to you. Simply click the download link below to immediately receive all 7 high-quality picture files. Happy connecting!
Social Media Account Management
“Keeping up with Instagram and Facebook is basically a full-time job in itself.”
From brainstorming your content calendar, researching brand relevant material to share, as well as cultivating and creating your own unique content to post, keeping up with a regular posting schedule for your Social Media business pages can seem overwhelming and is typically the first thing to fall from your to-do list.
We get it, it’s time consuming, and isn’t necessarily where your time is best spent right now.
Our Social Media Management service pairs you up one-on-one with a professionally trained Social Media Manager to learn your business, brand, community, and handle everything in-between. Rest easy knowing that your accounts will be taken care of by an industry pro, whether you want to help contribute or not!
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