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How to Get Your Friend Requests Accepted on Real Estate Social Media Sites

Written on by Peter- REBB Founder

One of the big mistakes I see many real estate professionals make when doing social media marketing is the way they do friend requests.  This problem is most evident on Facebook but I see it made everywhere including Twitter, RealEstateInvestor and BiggerPockets.

Therefore, I decided to create a short audio giving you some good tips and strategies that will help you get your friend requests accepted and your social media marketing growing to a  much bigger network.  Enjoy.

Don’t forget to comment on what you just heard in the comment area below.  I would love to hear what you think.

To Your Success,

Peter Kolat

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13 Comments on “How to Get Your Friend Requests Accepted on Real Estate Social Media Sites”

  1. James Ward |

    Once again Peter, GREAT content! Sometimes I think you are talking directly to me. I am guilty of many of the items you addressed. I am working on changing these items. Thanks once again for the help!!!

    James Ward

  2. Peter- REBB Founder |

    Anytime James. I;m happy to help. Don’t be so hard on yourself. I make mistakes all the time as well. Remember, successful people learn from their mistakes and take action on changing them to improve themselves and their businesses.

    To Your Success,

    Peter Kolat

  3. Edgar Martinez |

    Hey Peter,

    Great tip, now, do you have an specific message(s) that you use for Facebook ?

  4. Peter- REBB Founder |

    @Edgar Martinez

    Hi Edgar,

    One of the best tips I could give when friending people is to write some kind of a personal message. For instance, if the person you are friending is from the same area, you could play up to that. If he/she does something very well, you could play up to their ego.

    Think about it this way. Why are you friending them? What is your reason? There is a reason, right? If yes, then tell them your reason in your friend message.

    Good luck,

    Peter Kolat

  5. Matt Rosen |

    Hi Peter,
    Excellent audio post again on social media! I look forward to every post you have.

    For now on, I will not only give reason for someone to friend me, but I will inspect on my end who the other party is as well.

    Thanks Peter, and lets talk soon!

    Matt

  6. moganshan |

    I like social media site more and more each day because it makes my life a lot easier. Awesome! I’m good to go.

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  8. forex |

    I’ve been a long time reader, and after this excellent post I just had to comment! Very nice blog, but where can I find your RSS feed?

  9. Peter- REBB Founder |

    @forex

    Thanks for the comment Forex. Yeah I know, the rss feed is not very prominant. if you look at the top right corner, there is an area called: “Blog Lounge” Just click on the subscribe image right below that.

    I’m currently redesigning the site so it’s more user friendly.

    Peter Kolat

  10. Jannice |

    A lot of marketers forget the real purpose of social networks… to socialize. All they know is spam everything from posts to friend invites. I don’t know what they truly get from that.

  11. Trey Grayson |

    Excellent post! Where can I find your RSS feed? Do you twitter?

  12. Larry Ionescu |

    Another Fantastic blog post, I will bookmark this post in my Mixx account. Have a great day.

  13. Peter- REBB Founder |

    @Larry Ionescu

    Thanks Larry. I appreciate it and let me know if you have any other questions.

    Peter Kolat

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