Prospecting with Social Media: What to Do and Not Do

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What to Expect

With everyone's attention to their phones, social media such as Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, TikTok, and more are part of everyday life and here to stay. Social media is part of your personal brand. During this two-hour webinar, you will learn the most common social media mistakes to avoid and how to post and use social media to grow your brand organically.

Branding is everything no matter what industry you're in, and if you don't have a strong presence online, you'll be invisible in the future. Avoiding these social media mistakes will improve your business growth. After you understand the reasons behind the mistakes, you'll be able start building your brand. Chris will go step by step into how he creates content for social media from an idea to a post.

Meet Chris 

Chris Tran is a dog dad, REALTOR® & associate broker for Re/Max office in the Atlanta area. Born in Houston, TX and moved to Georgia where he's lived for the past 20 years. Over 22,000 followers & 450,000 likes on TikTok! Has 15 years of marketing & sales experience, along with 6 years of commercial contract experience. Chris has been an real estate sales agent for 4 years and now has a team of 5 agents that he coaches & creates marketing content to generate leads. Over 75% of his clients & leads have come organically through social media.  

This webinar will show you:

  • what to do (and not do) on social media
  • the real reasons why your social media hasn't worked for you
  • how to have more engagement and grow your branding on social media
  • how, when, & what to post on social media
  • my process of creating content to go Viral

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