How to get retweets on Twitter: Tips for estate agents

How can you get Twitter working?  The bread and butter of Twitter is getting more followers, but to get more followers you ultimately need to get more retweets. It’s not as easy as it sounds. 9,000 tweets are posted every second, so how will you ensure yours stand out and get retweeted? It’s all about using your…

How to use Twitter to get more leads

How to use Twitter to get more leads 9,000 tweets are posted every second, so how will you ensure yours stand out? And more importantly… How do you know if people are even reading them? Estate agents often underestimate how useful Twitter can be, and some disregard it. With more than 241 million active users, 500 million…

Twitter for Estate Agents: Essentials guide

  Twitter guide for estate agents You’re looking to attract more property sellers, buyers and landlords to your agency. You know that Twitter can help you but you’re not quite sure how. Our quick Twitter essentials guide will help you get your estate agency’s name out there and in the eyeline of your ideal customers. What does…

How to find followers - Twitter tips for estate agents

Social media for estate agents – Twitter

    Social media for estate agents Twitter remains one of the key platforms when it comes to social media for estate agents. It’s easy to find and interact with your potential customers (see our guide to finding Twitter followers here if you’re looking for a little advice). Even better, your posts aren’t subject to…

How to Find Twitter Followers in 3 Steps

Just 3 Steps – How to Find Twitter Followers   Getting high quality followers for your Twitter account is one of the most important steps in the creation of an excellent Twitter account. Understanding where you can find these followers and how you can engage with them is key if you’re going to have a…

Estate Agents Twitter Tips

Estate Agents Twitter Tips – Golden Rules   Twitter is an exciting place to be at the moment if you’re an estate agent. There is loads of potential on Twitter if you know how to take advantage of it but, used wrongly, Twitter could be a waste of resources or even brand damaging. That’s why…