June 2019 Market & Tech

June’s Marketing & Tech Stat focuses on the typical seller profile. This would be good information to share with your sellers and potential clients to explain that we offer a unique AVM tool that can help them get a more accurate home valuation. Share, email, or mail this to your sphere and remind them that you are here for any questions they may have.

Click the links below to access the corresponding items:

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PDF Version: If you have issues viewing the flyer, save it to your computer first. This can be printed and then mailed with your business card.

JPG Version: You could use this graphic by saving it to your phone and uploading directly to Instagram and other social media sites.

Click here to easily share this as a blog article on your social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, etc.). You’ll be redirected to AskHomesale.com where you can simply scroll to the bottom of the article and select the social network you want to share it to.

You can also access the ecard template on the Market REsource by selecting ecards and searching for “Market & Tech – June 2019”.

Boosting Vs. Facebook Ads

 

 

Have a question about boosting? Visit: https://www.facebook.com/business/help/240208966080581

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May 2019 Market & Tech

May’s Marketing & Tech Stat focuses on current homebuyer preferences. This would be good information to share with your sellers and potential clients to explain that by staying on top of current buyer trends, you can give buyers what they want and help your seller receive top dollar on their listing. Share, email, or mail this to your sphere and remind them that you are here for any questions they may have.

Click the links below to access the corresponding items:

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PDF Version: If you have issues viewing the flyer, save it to your computer first. This can be printed and then mailed with your business card.

JPG Version: You could use this graphic by saving it to your phone and uploading directly to Instagram and other social media sites.

Click here to easily share this as a blog article on your social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, etc.). You’ll be redirected to AskHomesale.com where you can simply scroll to the bottom of the article and select the social network you want to share it to.

You can also access the ecard template on the Market REsource by selecting ecards and searching for “Market & Tech – May 2019”.

5 Areas of Focus for Your Social Media Presence

Today’s world is all about social media and your business depends on results. If you’re not getting the views and action you want on your profile, here are five ways to generate that response.

1. Create a community.

Your followers will engage the most when they feel connected to you and other like-minded individuals. Utilize your social media to create a community and get to know your group, rather than just promote your business, by asking questions, responding to posts, creating polls and sending personal messages to keep conversations going.

2. Real + Raw = Results.

The best results come from you being you. Be a part of the community you are trying to create and let your followers get to know the you outside of your business. Your followers want to see your authenticity and relatable personality and to know that you have good days and bad days, just like them.

3. Have a hook.

According to the original article from RIS Media, on average, you only have 6 seconds in a video and 2 seconds with text/image to catch your audience’s attention. Provide the “hook” or important information right at the beginning so it results in them clicking or watching for more information.

4. What’s in it for them?

Marketing through social media is not about you, it’s about your followers. You will attract the most clients not by talking about how great you are, but by telling them how they can benefit from your services and how you will solve their problems. Make sure they know you are listening to them and their needs and work to foster a trusting relationship.

5. Tell them what to do next.

Creating a community is great, but there is an important step between them viewing your profile and contacting you for their real estate needs: calling them to action. Your followers won’t know what you want them to do next if you don’t tell them. Ask them to subscribe, share, like or comment on your posts to help further build your community and create more engagement.

 

Read the full article here: https://rismedia.com/2019/05/02/top-takeaways-2019-social-media-marketing/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=eNews

 

IMPORTANT! Facebook Ad Updates

A few months ago, we posted about Facebook’s new Anti-Discrimination rules for their advertising. An article was just released that detailed how these changes would affect real estate agents in particular.

We already know that, by federal housing laws, you cannot discriminate against people based on their race, color, religion, national origin, gender, disability and family status. When the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) sued Facebook last year, Facebook responded by removing more than 5,000 targeting options.

Recently, they announced a complete overhaul of their ad targeting options that will remove most of the options that allows housing advertisers to discriminate knowingly or accidentally.

Facebook aims to implement changes by the end of the year, creating a separate portal to limit how much advertisers for housing, employment and credit can micro-target their audience. In addition, Facebook will remove the ability to exclude interests, require location targeting to cover a minimum 15-mile geographic radius, and limit the creation of Lookalike Audiences.

New Facebook Targeting Policy Rollout Timeline:

  • July 1, 2019: Product team will start testing the flows with a very small, randomly selected sample of advertisers.
  • Aug. 1, 2019: Open enrollment begins. Advertisers interested in self-selecting can note that they are running HEC ads targeted to people in the US and will be able to use the new experience with limited targeting options.
  • Sept. 1, 2019: Enforcement begins for all advertisers targeting people in the US with HEC ads. In Ads Manager, we’ll begin pausing any campaigns in using targeting that is no longer allowed with these changes.
  • By Dec. 31, 2019: Rollout and enforcement of restricted targeting options for other ads interfaces.

Facebook teams are still discussing exactly what they are going to consider a “housing” ad. They know for sure that specific listings ads will be subject to the new changes, but they are unclear if this will also be applicable to broader “brand” ads.

As we learn more, we will share that information with you here

April 2019 Market & Tech

April’s Marketing & Tech Stat focuses on how much of a purchase the average buyer finances. This would be good information to share with potential clients and current buyers so they can utilize our Homesale tools to find out how much they can afford. Share, email, or mail this to your sphere and remind them that you are here for any questions they may have.

Click the links below to access the corresponding items:

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PDF Version: If you have issues viewing the flyer, save it to your computer first. This can be printed and then mailed with your business card.

JPG Version: You could use this graphic by saving it to your phone and uploading directly to Instagram and other social media sites.

Click here to easily share this as a blog article on your social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, etc.). You’ll be redirected to AskHomesale.com where you can simply scroll to the bottom of the article and select the social network you want to share it to.

You can also access the ecard template on the Market REsource by selecting ecards and searching for “Market & Tech – April 2019”.