Use Photo Collages to Step-Up Your Social Media

As often as real estate agents interact with social media, it is exciting to see a new tool that will make marketing your listings even easier! If you’re like the majority of social media users, you’ve probably experimented with different platforms and wonder which ones will benefit your business the most. As the use of social media and technology grows, content dwindles and imagery thrives. The new app, Diptic, allows you to create photo collages and share them via social media.

About:You can use Diptic to combine multiple photos and apply effects, creating unique photo collages that can be shared with clients via email, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and/or Tumblr. Diptic

How it works:Diptic can be downloaded Diptic for $.99 on a Windows Phone, Mac, Android, and iOS.Diptic allows you to select from 179 layouts to make the selection of your photos easier. Once you have made your selection, you will then be able to customize the inner frames, apply filters, edit the photos, and add text. When finished, you can save and share your professionally edited photos. 

Why use it?:Using photos is an easy way to show your sphere of influence what you do on a daily basis. One picture of a family standing in front of their new home doesn’t convey all that led up to the joy of becoming homeowners. With Diptic, you could portray the showing of the home, making the final sale, handing over the keys, and a family opening the door to their new home for the first time, all in one photo.  Taking it one step farther, you could then tag your clients in your photo collage; it will show up on their own profile and their connections will see that you were the one who made their dream of homeownership a reality. 

         

“A simple, elegant way to use pictures to tell your story.” – MacWorld

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