Tracking your influence as a Realtor or Loan Officer on Social Media sites

Posted on January 28, 2012

Ryan Stewman

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When you put a link on facebook and/or twitter, do you ever wonder if anybody bothers to click your post?   

As a Realtor, when you list a property for sale on your facebook page, do you track the clicks? How much would your clients love you, if you could report that their home received 101 clicks from your facebook post?  Tracking influence is one of the most important things you can do.

Loan Officers, you need to see this too. What better way to know if “someone” is interested in interest rates. (nice play on words there huh?)  

Watch this quick video and it will explain it all.  

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