5 simple ways to generate leads on LinkedIn

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02/16/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

LinkedIn is an ideal place to demonstrate your expertise as a real estate professional and grow your network of potential clients. Here are a few ways you can use your business page to generate real estate leads:

  • Include all of your details. Add your contact info, website and other social media, and a bio that explains your experience and specialties.
  • Stand out with multimedia. Add files, videos, photos, or graphics to your page that give visitors insight into your business.
  • Connect with locals. Use the Advanced Search feature to find and connect with people in your community. Then, send personalized messages in which you ask about their business or background.
  • Leverage LinkedIn Groups. Start your own group or join groups that cater to your community or interests, like the Texas REALTORS® LinkedIn group, and actively contribute to the discussions.
  • Share interesting content. Post info regularly that educates or entertains your followers so you stay at the front of their minds.

Read more tips in “9 Effortless Ways to Use LinkedIn to Generate Real Estate Leads” on Placester.com. 

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