As we work to sell your home, we implement cutting edge technologies to increase your listing’s reach. It’s important to also use the tools provided by social media to keep your listing visible and exposed to as many people as possible. While we work to market your listing using our channels, we need your help to share your home’s listing regularly on your personal social media accounts to increase the likelihood of your listing reaching the right buyer.
We have compiled some of the most commonly asked questions about sharing your listing on social media into this post.
What links should I share?
Please avoid sharing your listing from sources like Zillow, Realtor.com, Trulia, and other real estate websites. We will share a link with you that is from our website and you can share with your followers. Our group’s website has tools that allow us to track the traffic as well as capture information so that we can connect with them to follow up with the interest they have shown in your home.
We know it can be fun to see your home’s listing online, but we would encourage you to limit the number of times you visit your listing on sites such as Zillow, Realtor.com, and Trulia. Views on these sites can skew our data collection. You will receive a helpful email with the results of the number of visitors who have visited your home on these sites weekly.
How should I share my post on Facebook?
Follow the link to Facebook that was shared with you via your Brivity profile, and choose the share option on the bottom lower right hand corner of the post to share the post to your personal Facebook page. By sharing our post in lieu of creating your own it allows viewers access to all the beautiful images of your home.
You can find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/FerzocoGroup
What should I say about my listing?
By making some remarks about the shared listing, it will make your listing post pop. Using emojis will help your listing to catch the eye of readers and will make it extra engaging. Feel free to use some of these sample post ideas to create a post that will attract buyers to view or share your listing!
- SURPRISE! We’re moving! Know anyone who wants to buy our beautiful home?
- The kids are out of the house! So we’re downsizing. Any takers?
- We love our neighborhood! Know anyone looking to move to the area? We’d love for you to share our listing!
- Need to get out of the house this weekend? Visit our open house from 1-4pm on Saturday & Sunday.
- Take a look at all the work we’ve done to makeover our home. Know anyone looking for a great house in a dream neighborhood?
How can I share my listing on Twitter?
Once signed into your Twitter account follow this link to the post of your listings available
in your Brivity profile. Click the Retweet button and then tweet on your account. Feel free to add one of the sample posts above or your own caption. Don’t forget to add emojis to make your post stand out!
You can find us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/theferzocogroup
Can I share my listing on Instagram?
You can’t share clickable links on Instagram posts at this time, but you can add the link for our website’s listing in your Instagram profile. In the Instagram app, go to your profile and click on “edit profile” then edit the website field by copying and pasting the link to your home’s listing from the Forest Team’s website.
To make an Instagram post about your listing, you can share a photo of your home and direct your followers to the link in your profile. Here are a few ways you can spread the word on Instagram.
- Isn’t our home lovely? You should come see it this weekend at our open house! (Check out the link in my profile!)
- Look at the incredible new kitchen we just installed. It’s for sale! Take a look at the link in my profile to see the rest of the house!
Sharing your listing on social media is a wonderful way to support the marketing efforts of our team and sell your home even faster. We hope these tips help. We’d love to help you if you have any other questions about the ins-and-outs of social media.
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