7 “No-Cost” Ways To Grow Your Online Footprint

Published on
December 3, 2021
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Remine
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Looking for ways to start growing your online footprint at no cost? Have no idea where to start when it comes to marketing yourself?  

While Remine supports you with the technology to create seamless transactions each time you log in, you can utilize these no-cost tools to start reimagining your marketing strategy for 2022.

Build a Facebook Business Page

Building a Facebook Business Page, then sharing engaging content is an imperative and invaluable approach that you can take to marketing yourself online. Your Facebook Business Page can be a wonderful place to build credibility and share your success stories with future or repeat clients.

Watch the video below to learn how to set up your Facebook Business Page.  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYN5rWIZygQ

Pro Tip: Once you set up your no-cost Facebook Business Page, you’ll be able to create paid digital ads promoting yourself or a listing through the Remine Marketing Center.

Create a Blog

Create a blog about your niche in the real estate market and post often. With your unique expertise, readers will receive enormous amounts of value from your experience and engage with you on a more frequent basis.

Set up a local business page on Google

Setting up a local business page on Google for your real estate marketing efforts is a simple and effective way to get more eyes on your business and, ultimately, your listings.

To setup, a local business page on Google, just go to google.com/business, where you can begin entering your business's information. Once your business profile page is more established former clients can review your services intern increasing your digital credibility.

Watch the video below to learn how to set up your Google Business Profile.  

https://youtu.be/ivHwrvjcxo8

Pro Tip: Once you set up your no-cost Google Business Profile, you’ll be able to create paid digital ads promoting yourself or a listing through the Remine Marketing Center.

Get Social on Instagram

Use this as an opportunity to post photos and videos that will help you to get the word out about what makes working with you or your team unique. Connect with others by searching for popular or relevant hashtags and check out what your competition might be doing on the platform as well. The sky’s the limit when it comes to Instagram’s connectivity capabilities for you and your business.

Use Twitter Hashtags

Create a page for your business and start searching Twitter hashtags to find relevant content and areas you could target.

Simply use Twitter's search tool to find trending hashtags that you can use in your posts. You can also use this to find posts to comment on, like, or interact with other popular agents or real estate companies and even prospective buyers looking to sell or purchase real estate.

Build a System for Referrals

One way to elevate your real estate marketing efforts online is to build a system for referrals. You could integrate this into your email signature so that it becomes as simple as a click to your website or contact page.

Use Instagram Stories

The key to building your brand on Instagram (and all social media platforms) is to become great at getting your followers to engage with you. Instagram Stories provide you with a method for generating engagement and gaining brand recognition in the process.

While the tips we’ve shared are great ways to get started on promoting your business at no cost, the number one investment you can make when marketing is your time. Take the time to engage with those that may follow you on social media, take time to post relevant information often, and lastly, take time to reply to your leads promptly.

Stay tuned for more tips and support throughout our marketing series to see how Remine can continue to support you in growing your digital presence and expanding your online reach.

Want to learn even more about our tips and best practices? Sign up for our upcoming training webinar to learn how to reimagine your marketing strategies with Remine.

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