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How To Dominate Your Local Real Estate Market Using Facebook

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real-estate-market-dominationIn today’s session of Real Estate Internet Marketing Mastery (audio podcasts), I will share with you a quick strategy that you can use to dominate your local real estate market using a little known tactic on a website called Facebook.  Facebook is huge and one of the biggest authority sites out there.

I am going to share with you something that you probably haven’t thought of doing on Facebook.  If you have, great. You can use it and be the Go-To-Guy(Gal) in your real estate market!

You need to use Facebook before you start listening to today’s podcast: Facebook is an Authority site with massive following and has the ability to TARGET people in your local market.

Listen to this short 6 minute audio and let me know what you think in the comments below.  As always, I want to hear your feedback.

To Your Success,

Peter Kolat

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24 Comments on “How To Dominate Your Local Real Estate Market Using Facebook”

  1. Matt Rosen |

    Hi Peter, great tip on creating a Fan page. Never thought of it yet, and really trying to wrap my head around facebook and using it for business. So that advice is the best I have heard yet, and will use it right away. Thanks, Matt

  2. Harry Kellogg |

    Thank you peter
    I’m not a writer, so where do I go to get articles to put on a facebook or twitter page
    when I create one? Also I don’t have a website so can that address be used to send people to ?
    thank you Harry Kellogg

  3. David Allen |

    Hey Peter, it is clear that you are very good at what you do.
    Thank you for the podcast on the FB strategy.

    David
    http://www.facebook.com/davidhallen

  4. James Ward |

    Hey Peter, Another GREAT post. I have in the past just used Facebook for personal reasons. But I am gaining more knowledge about how to utilize Facebook in tandem for business.

    Thanks,
    James

  5. Scott Costello |

    Great tip Peter! I’ve always made fun of my friends for having a facebook page and resisted creating one for myself. Thought it was teenagerish, but recently I’ve been understanding how powerful of a media it can become for your business.

    Thanks

  6. Peter- REBB Founder |

    @Matt Rosen

    Thanks Matt. I know you’ll do great just as you have proven yourself on twitter. Let me know your results.

    Peter Kolat

  7. Peter- REBB Founder |

    @Harry Kellogg

    Hi Harry. To tell you the truth, you don’t have to be a writer. I’m not a writer and I do it every day. However, writing can be easily outsourced. There are people who will do all of the research and writing for about $10-$12 per 500 word article.

    You can try posting on scriptlance.com, odesk.com or elance.com to find someone to write your articles.

    Then you can focus on doing deals. 🙂

    Peter Kolat

  8. Peter- REBB Founder |

    @Scott Costello @Wholesaling – and @James Ward – ,

    Facebook first started as a social network for students of a single college. Now, it’s a powerhouse and it’s valued in millions of dollars. Millions of people are using it for business networking, contacts and personal networking.

    Scott, if I were you, I would talk to your friends and ask them how they use Facebook. Also, teenagers are one of the best sources for figuring out Facebook. Why? Because they do it every day and they don’t use it for business. They use it for connections and relationships. That’s why they are so good at it.

    Peter Kolat

  9. moganshan |

    I can’t say enough about real estate market. Best investment I’ve made this year. I don’t know how I ever worked without it.

  10. Terry |

    This is why I love Facebook! You can do a lot of things with it including using it for your business. Cool!

  11. Office Space On Rent In Noida |

    Thanks for the post. What do you all think of the future of blogging? I have been reading a lot about google’s attempt to gain preferential treatment for its site from internet providers. This will result in their sites being faster than sites owned by individuals and/or smaller comapnies. It’s my beleif that if google is able to succeed there will be far less websites out there and therefore far less blogging.

  12. aditya |

    HI,
    Very nice post.facebook is really great resource for make the community.It is amazing that it helps in the realestate also.I really love the face book.
    Thanks for the sharing.

  13. Peter- REBB Founder |

    Here’s what I think about the future of blogging.

    I don’t think it will go away anytime soon and Idon’t think Google will attempt to make it worse for the average person and/or small company to get high rankings. Why? Because one of the biggest reason why Google is so successful and why they OWN the search engine market is because they are able to return RELEVANT results to the person who searches on Google. Blogs make up a huge share of those results. Therefore, if they would attempt “preferential treatment for its site,” it would lower the relevancy of the searches and people would go somewhere else.

    To Your Success,

    Peter kolat

  14. sabby |

    this one is great .perfectly written. much useful. thanks .keep sharing.

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  17. Angel Navarro |

    Thanks Peter,

    I have been wondering how to use networking sites such as Facebook to further my leads. One thing I am interested is branding my business while maintaining my personal life. Any ideas? However, I do like the fan page idea very much and I am going to be implementing it soon.

  18. Peter- REBB Founder |

    @Angel Navarro

    Hi Angel,

    You can brand your business. When you create a profile on Facebook, you cna set different limits to what people can see. Can they see your info, your wall, your pictures and so forth.

    It’s very easy to customize that. However, if you want to brand your company, then create a fan page entirely for your company. From that point on, you can direct traffic to that fan page.

    I hope this helps,

    Peter

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  20. jack |

    Thanks for sharing that information with us man. It’s great to have someone out there who cares about helping other people.

    Godspeed.

  21. jack |

    And you’re right, Facebook is extremely good at targeting people of all ages, demographics and psycho graphics.

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    Utilizing social websites like Facebook will not only expose yourself and your business to new customers but also lends credibility to you and your business when people do a search for your name or business name.

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