Estate Agents: What’s the difference between custom audiences and Interest targeting Facebook adverts

Facebook adverts are a fantastic way for estate agents to connect with likely clients. Your audience is on Facebook, and these ads offer a cost-effective way of reaching people. The reason Facebook ads are cost effective is due to the targeting capabilities. You don’t have to waste money talking to a large expanse of people, many of whom have no…

Different Type Of Facebook Adverts An Estate & Letting Agent Can Use

With Facebook ads offering estate and letting agents an opportunity to target their exact audience, it is easy to see why so many professionals in the property and rental market are keen to capitalise on this option. However, if you are new to Facebook ads, the process can seem overwhelming. Of course, it doesn’t have to be this way. By…

2021 Social Media Marketing Predictions – Impact For Estate Agents

At Agent Media, we aim to help estate and letting agents connect with clients and further their business. We have considerable experience and expertise in this area, but we stay in touch with new and emerging trends. At the end of a year, it is natural to look forward, and plot a path for success in the months which lie…

Blogging To Showcase Your Specialist Skills

It takes a certain level of confidence or belief to be an estate or letting agent. It is often a challenging industry, and you need to be ready to face a lot of setbacks and even rejection. However, when you achieve success, it is a tremendous feeling. Most agents have developed a range of specialist skills, strategies and techniques that…

Blogging To Increase Volume Of Valuation Enquiries

One of the most popular, and effective lead magnets an estate or letting agent can offer is a valuation service. To maximise the impact of your valuation service, which allows you to collect contact details while showcasing your worth to a prospective client, you should promote this offer. Social media posts and ads are useful, but you will find blogging…