Why We Pay for Facebook Boosting on Our Listings

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This topic is one that I’ve been talking about for a few years now: Facebook is a great tool to increase visibility on real estate listings. Social media is a huge part of the culture in this digital world where we live, so it makes sense to leverage online tools to sell your home faster and easier.

Staying Ahead of Facebook Trends

The algorithms on Facebook are constantly changing, which means that we need to think differently about the way Facebook is used for marketing. I’m always working to stay ahead of the trends, ensuring that my clients have access to the cutting-edge strategies that are working in the real estate market today.

One of the newer things that’ I’ve noticed is that you can market to your own friends. By default, Facebook isn’t going to market to your friends… they want you to pay to do that. I believe that it’s a great thing to pay for this visibility because I want to promote our listings to our friends specifically. That’s where we have strong relationships, which increases the likelihood that we’ll be able to complete the deal successfully.

Numbers Matter

When it comes to social media, numbers matter for the success of your campaign. When on outside viewer sees a post with a lot of views, then they are going to wonder why it is so popular. The more people that see it, the more likely that we will be able to sell your home promptly.

Facebook boosting, as well as other online strategies that I regularly use, help to increase the visibility of your listing. Then, you can connect with potential buyers who might be interested in your home.

Real Estate Advice for Your Listing

Tapping into the expertise of someone who understands the local real estate market is a valuable way to ensure that you can sell your home when it goes on the market. If you are looking for information, then you are invited to talk to me for personal recommendations. Call, text or email: (951) 473-0390 or [email protected]