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Facebook “Live With” and the Growing Live Features

Facebook has been pushing their Live capability for quite a while now, consistently coming up with fresh ways to keep audience members engaged and bring users on over to Facebook Live. People already comment 10 times more on Facebook Live videos than regular videos and Facebook is working to hone in on the most effective ways to grow those numbers even further.

Just this last week the Social Media giant has released two new features. Live Chat with Friends– a feature that allows users to watch Live Video and invite their friends to a semi-private chat. Users in the chat can see and respond to the messages but the Chat with Friends is separate from public comments.

Facebook has also rolled out Live With. Live With allows users who are broadcasting Live Video to invite a collaborator to go Live with them. This means that you can now give multi-person presentations via Facebook Live without being together in person. This feature in particular will certainly be useful for Real Estate Professionals.

Live With gives Users (especially busy Real Estate Agents and Companies) the ability to collaborate on video without being physically together- saving you time, and bringing more quality content to your audience to attract leads. Now rather than going Live alone, you could invite some distinguished guests to spread knowledge to your fans.

Here are some ideas for using Live With for Real Estate:

  • Invite a professional you work closely with to explain their field and how they can help your potential clients. Do you work with a specific mortgage lender or home stager? Invite them on to give a presentation with you.
  • Include more members of your team in Live. Maybe you’re part of a Real Estate Team and you feel that you’re stronger together- go Live with each other without needing to be in the office.
  • Have a few guests on in one Live Session and make it a special Real Estate 101 Presentation. You can switch out who is going Live with you, invite more than one guest speaker to give a Live presentation to your followers.

Before going Live, let everyone know in advance with a post prior to the Broadcast. We suggest creating an eye catching image like the one below. 

 

Getting Started:

1. To Go Live With another User simply Go Live using the Facebook App (iOS or Android only). Not sure how to Go Live at all? We’ve got the steps laid out here.

Once you have successfully started the Live Broadcast swipe left to view the Live Viewers

2. Locate and tap the thumbnail image of the profile picture of the User you would like to Go Live with. Tap Invite to Broadcast.

Please note that the User you wish to invite MUST be watching the Live Broadcast in full screen mode using the Facebook App for iOS or Android, otherwise they will not appear on the list of Users to invite.

3. The User will receive an invite and you the Broadcaster will see “Inviting”

4. When the User accepts your invite they will join you on screen in your Live Broadcast.

5. To remove the User from your Live Broadcast simply tap the “x” on your Guest’s image.

 

How to Create and Use Facebook Slideshows for Real Estate

As a Real Estate Agent you know the value of sharing your listings online- 92% of homebuyers use the internet as an information source. With Facebook’s massive Daily Active User base of over 1.2 billion people, the platform is an excellent place to display your listings to a large audience.

Sharing your listings and photos to your Facebook Business Page is a great start, but if you’d like to give your post that extra bit you can easily create a Facebook Slideshow right from your Page. A Facebook Slideshow is a series of up to 10 photos played in the video with a background music track. Users can use a Slideshow as a Facebook Ad, however you can also create a Slideshow and share it as a regular Facebook Post.

Feel free to get creative with your Slideshows! You can make them for any and everything, and they’re a simple way to create video straight on Facebook.

 

Here are some ideas for how to use Slideshows in Real Estate:

Listings: Share your listings a little more memorably. Arrange your favorite photos of your listing and add background music. You can’t add a text overlay in Facebook Slideshows, but you can always get around this by adding text to your images before uploading them to your Slideshow. Add facts about the listing on each photo for your viewers. When you post a Slideshow you also have the ability to “say something about this”, there you can add details about your listing if you’d like to stay away from a text overlay all together.

Open Houses / Events: Get the buzz going for your Open Houses and Events in advance on Facebook by creating a Slideshow with all the information needed and some relevant photos. For an Open House you can create an image with the Event details like time and date and follow it in the Slideshow with some photos of your listing. Canva is a great free image creation tool if you need to create an informative image for your Slideshow.

Educational: People in all stages of the Real Estate selling or buying process will follow your Business Page, you can show your knowledge of the industry and provide value to your followers by sharing informative and educational content from you personally to your Business Page. Think of an educational Slideshow as a PowerPoint that exists only in Facebook. Use an image creation program like Canva or Photoshop to create informative slides about everything from Home Staging to Home Inspections and more. If you’d rather share your educational content without worrying about creating images for slides, you can always go Live!

 

 

How to Get Started:

Step One)

Head over to your Facebook Business Page. Locate and click on “Share a Photo or Video” in the write something box.

Step Two)

In the pop up, select “Create Slideshow”

 

Step Three)

A window will appear, from this window you may create your Slideshow. First add your photos by clicking “Add Photos”.

Step Four)

You can select photos you have already shared from the labeled image galleries, or you can upload new files from your computer by clicking “Upload Photo”. You also have the option to take a photo with your computer’s camera by clicking “Take Photo”. When you have finished selecting the images you would like to include in your Slideshow click “Add Photos”.

Step Five)

If needed, you can rearrange the order in which the photos will display in your Slideshow by clicking, dragging, and dropping them in place on the bottom reel display.

Step Six)

Set the Aspect Ratio of your Slideshow. We suggest leaving it as it, but you do have the ability to change this if needed.

Set your Image Duration, this will be the same for every image in the slideshow. 3-5 seconds is good, if you have text on the images though set the length at 5 (as long as can be displayed).

Select your Transition, would you like a normal transition or a bit of a fade?

Step Seven)

At the top of the window locate and click “Music”. Here you may add background tunes to your Slideshow. You do have the ability to upload your own tracks, however Facebook provides plenty of sample music for you to choose from.

Scroll through, give them a listen and choose your favorite. The emojis at the top of the list of tracks are different categories. You can listen to a track by hovering over it to reveal the play button, and clicking play. To select a track simply click it (you do not need to click the upload button if you have selected a pre-existing Facebook track).

Step Eight)

When you are sure you’ve finished locate and click “Create Slideshow”.

In the window that appears add any text you would like to include where it says “Say something about this Slideshow…” when you have finished click “Publish”.

Posting the slideshow will take a moment and the post will not immediately appear on your Page. You will get a notification from Facebook once your Slideshow has successfully posted, typically this takes less than 5 minutes.

Introducing the Facebook Frame Studio

 

The Facebook vs. Snapchat war has gotten a little deeper. Frequent users of Snapchat may know that there has long been the option to submit and purchase your own branded Snapchat frames to be set by location and date. Community frames can be submitted for free while branded and specialty (Birthdays and Events) could be purchased.

Facebook has now released their own Frame Studio – and it’s free… for now.

While frames have been available on Stories for some time now, users can now create and submit their own frames for use in Facebook Stories/the Facebook App. These frames can then be set to only be available in a certain location, for a predetermined amount of time, or to people in any location at any time if your frame isn’t time sensitive or geo-specific. You can also use frames you create on your posts after they get approved (steps for this will be all the way at the bottom of the post).

If you’ve got a very active Facebook audience or are planning an event with high foot traffic, a frame could be the perfect way to make your name stand out and increase your brand visibility.

** To create a frame for Facebook you will need some design skills and access to a design program (like Photoshop). If you’re unsure about your ability to create a frame there is always the option to hire a professional designer (reach out to your Social Media Coordinator for a quote from Solved).

 

How to Use Frames for Real Estate

Networking Events: If you’re hosting an event it is a great idea to create your own Facebook frame, especially if you know the people attending will be tech savvy. If you’re attending an event, creating a Facebook frame could be a great way to stand out and let people know you’re there.

Open Houses: Have you been planning this Open House for a while now and you know you’ve got a pretty large prospective audience? Make a Facebook frame and encourage users to take photos of themselves/the property. You’ll get the extra boost from all of their friends viewing your frame and they’ll feel a little more at home.

Client Appreciation: Once you finally seal the deal on that home sale, make your clients a custom Facebook frame to show off their new dwelling and give yourself some credit.

 

How to Get Started

Step One:

You will need to create a design in an image creation software (like Photoshop). If you are unable to create a design you may need to hire a professional. Your design should be crisp, clear, and not too large. If your frame takes up too much of the photo space, people will be less likely to use it as their pictures will be disrupted. You can use your logo (only when publishing AS your Business Page), but we encourage incorporating your logo into something more unique to attract more users. If your logo is the only part of the design, your frame will most likely not be accepted by Facebook.

Step Two:

Once you have a design for your frame you can head over to the Facebook Camera effects platform and click “Create a Frame”.

 

Step Three:

Click “Get Started”

Step Four:

In the editing screen, click “Upload Art”. Select your design from the files on your computer and upload it. You can drag your design and adjust the dimensions on this screen. Check the two displays on the side to make sure your design falls where you want it to.

You may upload more than one file, so if your design stretches across the whole screen it will be easier to adjust for size by uploading separate files. Click “Next” when complete.

 Step Five:

Enter your Frame name, this will be used to keep track of your frames, make sure it is something more specific than “Frame 1”.

Select the owner of your Effect, if you’re creating a frame for Business reasons be sure to select your Business Page- you may not be able to promote your Business without making your Business Page the owner.

Schedule your frame. You can choose to make the frame active as soon as it is approved by Facebook, or set a specific time to display your frame.

Be sure to include keywords that are relevant to your frame. If it is for your Real Estate networking event called Real Estate Spring Fling, don’t use keyword “puppy pictures”.

Click “Next” when complete.

Step Six:

Review your frame one last time. Make sure that your frame appears exactly as you’d like before hitting “Submit” on the bottom right side of the window. If you’d rather save your design and come back later click “Save as draft” on the bottom left side of the window.

Step Seven:

Let people know about your frame! Facebook users are only able to use frames created by their friends or the Pages they follow (like). Make sure to share a post to Facebook letting your friends and followers know they can use your frame from the Facebook app by swiping over to the camera and scrolling through the effects by swiping down.

If you’re at an event let attendees know that they can access your frame by liking your Page and then from the Facebook app by swiping over to the camera and scrolling through the effects by swiping down.

We created the sample design below using Canva, an image is a great way to announce your frame to your Facebook network!

 

 

After Approval

 

Once your frame has been approved by Facebook you will be able to use the frame in your own posts and on photos you already have saved to your computer.

From desktop locate the “Write something…” box and the icons below, click the downward facing arrow that reads “See All” to reveal more option icons.

Locate and click on “Create a Post with Your Frame”

In the window, first select which of the frames you have created that you would like to use, then choose the photo. You can upload a photo from your computer by clicking “Upload Photo” or you can choose an existing photo by clicking “Use Existing”. When you have selected your photo you may then add text, say anything you would like about your frame or the photo you have used with your frame.

When you have finished your post click “Publish”.

 

When you have finished go check your Page to see that the post appears as desired.

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Assigning and Removing Page Roles

Sometimes in a busy office, the job of posting listings to social media can be passed around from person to person. Perhaps you want all of your team to have access to the Page just in case, or maybe you’ve got to remove someone who was an Admin to the Page but no longer needs the designation- you can take care of all of this right from your computer. Too often we at Solved see businesses create new a Page without realizing the edits they desired could have been performed on their original Pages without losing the whole audience they’ve worked so hard to build. We’re here to help!

*Please note that to add and remove Admin’s to the Page you will yourself need to be an Admin (not an Editor or any other type of Page Role)

Page Role Types and What They Can Do:

Step 1) Head over to your Facebook Business Page. Locate and click on “Settings” in the top right portion of the Page.

Step 2) Locate and click on “Page Roles” on the left hand side of the screen.

You can jump to different sections of the Page Roles area by clicking the links at the top of the screen. If you would like to remove a user from your Page Roles, click “Existing Page Roles”. First we will cover assigning a new Page Role. For guidance on removal, see steps 7 and on.

Step 3) To Assign a Page Role, locate “Assign a new Page role” and click into the dialogue box.

Step 4) In the dialogue box, begin to type the Facebook Name of the person you would like to assign a Page Role.

Prior to doing so they may need to establish some sort of connection with you or the Page. You can do this by having them “Like” the Page, or by adding them as a Facebook friend.

You can also attempt to use their associated Facebook account email, however this method is not always reliable.

You should see their thumbnail pop up as you type the Facebook Name, when you do, click the person you are assigning a Page Role.

Step 5) When you have selected the appropriate user, locate the dropdown menu. It auto-poopulates with “Editor”. Click the dropdown menu and select the role type you desire.

Step 6) After selecting a Page Role, click “Add”.

Step 7) Alternatively, to remove someone who has a role on your Page. Look to the “Sections” area at the top of the screen. Find “Existing Page roles” and click “Jump to Section”.

Step 8) In the Existing Page roles area, locate the user you would like to edit or remove, and click “Edit” next to their name.

Step 9) In the “Edit” window, click the dropdown Page Role menu to change the users role and abilities. To remove the user from the Page entirely click “Remove”.

Step 10) If you are removing a user you will need to confirm. Admin. When you have finished, be sure to click “Save”.

Publishing Job Posts on Facebook

Typically when you think of a Job Posting site, Facebook is not the first place that comes to mind, however they hope to be- and it makes sense. Facebook is already the social media giant, with 1.23 billion daily active users on average so why not try to cultivate some job applications there?

With this new feature you can. Pages will now have the ability to post Job Listings and receive applications from potential candidates. Applications will be sent by Facebook via Messenger, and will come pre-populated with the applying user’s Facebook information, however they can alter and update it as needed.

In a competitive and slightly unexpected move, these posts are free for employers to publish and there is no limit to how many posts a Page can have. This feature will be part of your “Write Something” box, and will slowly roll out to the U.S. and Canada so if you don’t see the feature just yet don’t panic.

 

How to Get Started

Step One: Head over to your Facebook Business Page and locate the “Write Something” box. Look to the bottom and click “See All”.

Step Two: Clicking “See All” should reveal more options, locate and click on “Publish a Job Post”

Step Three: In the pop up window you will be able to include all necessary information for your Job Post as well as a Live Preview.

Be sure to fill out all information and make your post eye catching. The image will default to your Cover Photo however you may want to pick something that will stand out more to someone searching for a job.

Step Four: When you have finished click “Publish Job Post”. A window will appear letting you know your post has been approved and that it will appear on Facebook.

Step Five: Your Job post will appear on your Pages Timeline.

Introducing Facebook Messenger Day

Ever since Snapchat launched in 2011 the disappearing content model has become increasingly more popular, and more common. Facebook owned Instagram launched their version “Stories” in August 2016 and today Facebook “Messenger Day” rolled out globally in the Messenger App. (Facebook has since re-branded “Messenger Day as “Stories”)

For mobile users with the Facebook Messenger App, Messenger Day will allow you to send photo updates customizable with filters, frames, stickers, and text to your individual friends, groups, or all of your friends at once. Much like Snapchat and Instagram Stories, these posts will remain up for 24 hours before disappearing.

There are a few key differences to the Facebook Messenger Day feature, users who view your “Day” can react with prepopulated responses or a custom text response and you as the user posting the “Day” can actually use an image from your camera roll instead of just one you have taken on the spot.

For Real Estate this could mean reaching more people than just your Snapchat or Instagram network with this type of popular visual content. Maybe you already use Facebook but have been hesitant to adopt Snapchat or Instagram- now that same model is available to you without getting a whole new platform.

Ideas for Use in Real Estate:

  • Share Photos and Videos from Live Events– show your followers how well the Open House went over, or let them know when the next one is coming up.
  • Give Virtual Tours of Listings– rather than share your virtual walk through on your Page, if you would like only certain people to access your video you can post it to your “Day” and select who you share it with. You can always save the video you take to your Camera Roll to later put on your Page wall.
  • Give Helpful Advice and Updates- show your network that you are an important Real Estate resource by offering tips and tricks. You can also give users a heads up about any live videos or live events you may be hosting.
  • Show Potential New Agents Behind the Scenes Action- If you are a Brokerage looking to hire new Agents you can use Facebook Messenger Day to show them what they could expect as an Agent in your Office.

 

Getting Started

 

Step One)

If you do not already have the Facebook Messenger App installed on your Phone or Tablet, be sure to do so. You will not be able to add to your Messenger Day without the App.

If you already have the App, make sure you have downloaded the latest version or made any necessary updates.

Step Two)

Open the Facebook Messenger App, in the bottom center of your screen you should see a circle button with a sun icon. Click this button to launch the camera for “Day”.

Step Three)

With the camera launched you should see the filters and frames available to you on the bottom of the screen. These are selected before you take your photo or video.

Step Four)

Take your picture or video, and add stickers (the smiley face icon), or text (the “Aa” icon), or draw on your post by clicking the squiggly line icon.

Step Five)

Tap the arrow in the bottom right side of the screen to choose who will see your “Day”.

Step Six)

At the top of the list you should see “My Day” this will appear to all of your friends on Messenger.

Under that you should see “Camera Roll”, if you plan on using this photo or video at all after the next 24 hours, you should save it to your Camera Roll. Remember your “Day” will disappear after 24 hours and your photo or video will no longer be accessible.

Under Camera Roll you should see your friends who are on Messenger. You can select friends from this list if you would prefer only they get to view your “Day”.

Step Seven)

When you are sure you have selected the right audience for your “Day” hit “Send”.

Why Should Your Social Be Mobile Friendly?

Facebook reported over One Billion Mobile Daily Active Users for December 2016 and this number is only expected to rise. Thus far, there has been a 21% increase year over year in Mobile users. This means that there is a significant portion of your Facebook audience that exclusively accesses Facebook via their Mobile devices, in fact over 55% of Facebook users ONLY log in via Mobile. First impressions are important and you want your Facebook Business Page to appear professional, neat, and optimized for all users- not just your Desktop followers.

If you have ever used Facebook on your Mobile device you may have noticed that Business Pages and Profiles display a little differently on your phone than they do on your computer. For starters, late last year Facebook added Call to Action buttons to the top of Business Pages. These include the options of Sign Up, Call Now, Send Message, Send Email, Book Now, Watch Video, and many more. With a professional looking Facebook Business Page you should certainly take advantage of this feature, especially if you’re trying to focus on those Mobile Users.

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In the Mobile display, the Call to Action button is large and displayed front and center on your Business Page. Users already on their phones can easily place calls or move on to your website to schedule an appointment via this button. Time spent consuming digital material on Mobile is now significantly more than time spent on Desktop in the United States. 42% of the total hours of average digital media consumption are spent on Desktop while 51% is spent on Mobile screens. Open your business up to these hours of use by optimizing for Mobile.ctadisplaymobile-copy

In addition to missing out on a prime location for your Call to Action button, if your Page has not been optimized for Mobile the graphics on your Business Page may be cut off or cropped wrong on Mobile devices even though they look perfect on your computer. Please see the below examples:

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(Mobile without Optimization)

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(Mobile with Optimization)

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This difference in display is due to the change in dimensions for Facebook Cover Photos, on Desktop the optimal size is 828×315, however on Mobile the optimal size is 828×462 with the area visible on Desktop centered. Professional photos and graphics are really the way to go when it comes to your Facebook Business Page. Save yourself the frustration of trying to figure out the exact placement and design of your Cover Photo, and get that professional look right away.

Five new Facebook profiles are created every second, you want not only to access all of these users, but to also stand out from the crowd. If you are creating the Cover Photo yourself, you will want to keep your design simple with minimal text, bearing in mind that any contact information can be added to and displayed on your Facebook Page. You don’t want to weigh down your Cover Photo with too much information, be sure to keep it short, sweet, and to the point.

The most recent round of aesthetic changes to Facebook Pages can even affect your Profile Photo. Minimum dimensions of a Profile Photo are 180×180, however the optimal display will be 360×360 using a .PNG file rather than a .JPEG. This difference can result in your logo appearing cropped short, too small, or not loading at all.

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Every day 90% of Facebook’s Active Users access Facebook through Mobile, and over 55% of users ONLY ever access Facebook via the Mobile app. If your Business Page is not fully optimized for Mobile and Desktop users, you could be missing out on a significant portion of Facebook’s Daily Active Users, and most importantly you could be missing out on a lead.

 

Bonus Optimization Tips:

You’ll want to include your Phone Number and Address on your Business Page, not only will this help you appear in search results on Facebook, but adding the address helps Google pay more attention to and index your Page in local search results.

Do not leave your “About” section blank, you have the option to include a short and long description of your services. Make sure to complete both.

Use consistent branding, stick to the same logo, similar visuals and language on all of your sites and platforms to avoid any consumer confusion. For example, you don’t want to be using an outdated logo as your Profile Photo just in case someone searches you, sees the old logo, and thinks that Page is for a different company than the one their looking for all because of outdated information.

How to Change Your Cover Photo on Facebook and Twitter

An aesthetically pleasing and professional cover or banner image is an important part of your Social Media branding as a Real Estate Professional. Having a custom banner made with your specific information or creating one yourself can leave an excellent first impression on a potential new client, that’s why it’s so important to know how to change your cover image as well as all the specifics that go into creation.

Pro Tips:

  • Make sure you are working with larger images as to not stretch and blur the photos in your cover or banner.
  • Use legible fonts and a color scheme that is easy to read.
  • If it is not a state requirement, do not include your contact information. Facebook prefers users look to the page itself for any information needed.
  • Adhere to any guidelines set forth by your state law or your companies policy, if you are having your banner created always let your designer know what you know.
  • Implement designs that are both desktop and mobile friendly

 

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Cover Photo Dimensions: 828×465 visible on mobile, 828×315 visible on desktop

Step One)

Log in and head to your Facebook Business Page, on the cover photo locate and click on the camera icon.

Step Two)

A dropdown menu will appear with four options:

  • Choose from Photos– choose a photo you have already uploaded to Facebook either as a previous cover photo or any other image upload.
  • Upload Photo- upload a photo file from your computer.
  • Reposition– adjust the placement of your cover photo.
  • Remove– will remove the current cover photo and leave the space a blank grey, this does not delete old cover photos it simply takes them down.

Choose the option that applies to you, typically “Choose from Photos” or “Upload Photo”.

Step Three)

Once you have uploaded or selected your new cover photo, you will have the option to drag and position the cover. As soon as you are satisfied with the position of your cover photo be sure to click “Save”.

 

Twitter

Twitter Banner Dimensions: 1500×421

Step One)

Head over to Twitter.com and log into your profile. Once you have logged in, locate and click on the thumbnail in the top right corner of the screen, when the dropdown menu appears click on “View profile”.

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Step Two)

Once on your profile, locate and click on “Edit profile”.

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Step Three)

Click on “Change your header photo”.

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Select “upload photo” from the dropdown menu that appears. Select the file from your computer and adjust as needed. Be sure to click “Save Changes” when you have finished.

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Creating a Facebook Milestone

Every business has milestone dates that deserve a bit of recognition. With Facebook, users can create and share these special dates using “milestones”. In this post we will go through the steps of creating a Facebook “milestone”.

Here are some ideas for how to use milestones:

  • Commemorate a work anniversary such as a new office location opening
  • Celebrate your Sales, use Facebook to remember what days you’ve closed on homes with clients and send out a Happy Home-iversary card at 1 or 5 years
  • Mark personal work accomplishments like a new certification or license

 

Step 1)

Log into Facebook and head over to your Business Page, once at your Business Page locate the ellipses “…” button below the Cover Image and next to “Share”.

Step 2)

A dropdown menu will appear, choose “Create Milestone” from the list.

Step 3)

A window will appear, enter all relevant information, on the left you can attach a photo either from your Facebook account (choose from photos) or from your device (upload photos…).

When you are finished click “Save”

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3 More Tips to Boost Audience Engagement

You have already sent out your Email Template to all of your email contacts, and your Pages have been receiving relevant daily content, but you would like to interact even further with your audience on Facebook. No need to worry! Here are 3 more ways you can easily boost your engagement on Facebook!

 

 1) Create Events, and share them regularly

A Facebook Event is a calendar-like invitation created by a Facebook user that can be either public or private and is sent to other Facebook users to inform and remind them of the date, time, and details of an actual live or virtual event. Sharing your upcoming Open House as an Event is a great way to let followers know what you have to offer and when. If you’re going to have a Live Video Event, one way to let your network know in advance is to create a Facebook Event. For more information on how to create an Event, click here. If you would like ideas on how to use FB Live Video for Real Estate, click here.

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2) Include your Social Media on all other marketing

Now that you have Social Media Pages set up and being posted to regularly, you’ll need to be sure that all of your marketing includes your Social Media. Be sure to have Social Media Call to Action Icons installed on your website and in your email signature. We also strongly suggest having links to your Social Media listed on your Business Card. Make sure to shorten your Facebook Business Page link by creating an @Username. For a step by step guide on how to install Social Media CTA’s on Your Website, click here. To learn more about Social Media CTA’s in your email signature, click here. For more information on how to change your Facebook @Username, click here.

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3) Post images when you update

Users are three times more likely to read your post if there are images included, post quality photos of your Listings, Office, and Agents if applicable. When the opportunity presents itself, ask happy clients for a photo in front of their new home and share these to your Pages. Be sure to ask clients if they would like to be tagged, and always ask before putting someone’s photo online. While you are on your Page posting eye-catching images, make sure that your Banner Image and Profile Picture are crisp, cropped well, and aesthetically pleasing. If you would like more information on how to post a listing with photos, click here. For a step by step guide on how to change your Profile Picture, click here.

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