Using Our Services can make you stand out on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn & More.
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Given the visual nature of our business at Matterport, social platforms are one of the best ways to share your work! Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Twitter are all recommended platforms that you can leverage to distribute your Matterport 3D Showcases. Make sure your company has a profile set up that you can share your Matterport work from! Here are a few social media tips and tricks to get you started:
Facebook Post Examples
Social Media Post Ideas
Here are some post content to be able to show off your services from Locksley Media
We will be posting quarterly guides with post ideas, tips, hashtags & more
- Send digital property flyers to social media & have them shared.
- Share Aerial Videos from YouTube to show clients what you can do for them.
- Show pictures of your sign with a Matterport 3D Sign rider to let clients know you use 3D for your listings.
- Hashtag your realty, 3D tour, your name as realtor, aerial drone, birds eye view & more to your posts.
- Post your current inventory in 3D on Social Media to show off your listings.
- Post a link to your Property Websites to drive traffic to show off your listings.
- Pre-Open House - Get Buyers excited and cause some pre-buzz.
- Show off your new listing with some new Aerial Drone Photos.
- Post a tour during a Rain or Snow Storm to invite them to tour a home from their couch.
- Post any one of Matterport's gallery tours of Museums or other great spaces as a field trip to link to a day or time of year.
- Show off Floor plans to a new listing to have people plan how they would set up.
- Post views from a summer lake house or winter mountain listings during the seasons.
A hashtag is a label for content. ... Hashtags are used mostly on social media sites. They rocketed to fame on Twitter. But now you can use hashtags on other social platforms, such as Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and Google+. Anyone sharing content on a relevant topic can add the hashtag label to their message
Check Ins - Make your Realtor profile page a place for your office.
How do I make my Facebook page a place to check in?
Use your Facebook mobile app to add your Place.
- Tap Check In, and type in the name of your Place. If the Place hasn't yet been created, you're prompted to add it by tapping the name you just typed.
- When you see a screen with a map of your location and an Add button in the right corner, tap the Add button.
Other Social Media Outlets
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A Brief Intro to LinkedIn
Put simply, LinkedIn is a social network for professionals. Whether you're a marketing executive at a major company, a business owner who runs a small local shop or even a first year college student looking to explore future career options, LinkedIn is for anybody and everybody who's interested in taking their professional lives seriously by finding new opportunities to grow their careers and to connect with other professionals.
It's sort of like a traditional networking event where you go and meet other professionals in person, talk a little bit about what you do and exchange business cards. On LinkedIn, however, you add "connections" similarly to how you'd make a friend request on Facebook, you converse via private message (or available contact information) and you have all of your professional experience and achievements laid out in a neatly organized profile to show off to other users.
How Does Twitter Work?
Twitter is very simple to use as broadcaster or receiver. You join with a free account and Twitter name. Then you send broadcasts daily, or even hourly. Go to the 'What's Happening' box, type 280 characters or less, and click 'Tweet'. You will most likely include some kind of hyperlink.
To receive Twitter feeds, you simply find someone interesting (celebrities included), and 'follow' them to subscribe to their tweet micro blogs. Once a person becomes uninteresting to you, you simply 'un follow' them.
An Intro to Instagram
Instagram is a social networking app made for sharing photos and videos from a smartphone. Similar to Facebook or Twitter, everyone who creates an Instagram account has a profile and a news feed.
When you post a photo or video on Instagram, it will be displayed on your profile. Other users who follow you will see your posts in their own feed. Likewise, you'll see posts from other users whom you choose to follow.
Pretty straight forward, right? It's like a simplified version of Facebook, with an emphasis on mobile use and visual sharing. Just like other social networks, you can interact with other users on Instagram by following them, being followed by them, commenting, liking, tagging and private messaging.