Register Now for Free “Using Pinterest to Sell Homes” Webinar
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New home marketers looking for a creative, fun way to increase visibility and awareness of their homes should attend “Using Pinterest to Sell Homes.” This FREE webinar will cover how to use this increasingly popular social media site to sell homes.
Pinterest has been a very effective social media tool across sectors and industries and ‘home’ is the most common Pinterest board category. Many Pinterest users dream up their future homes on Pinterest; it’s a perfect place for new home marketers to reach customers right where they are.
Learn how to properly set up a Pinterest business account, get posting and organizing tips and strategies and learn how to make the most of your page in this free, live webinar on Tuesday, April 15 from 2 to 3 p.m. ET.
Avid pinners and pros at using Pinterest for Atlanta real estate, Carol Morgan, author of “Social Media 3.0” and mRELEVANCE Managing Partner, with Melissa Stocks, mRELEVANCE Account Manager, will present this interactive, information-packed webinar.
Attendees will learn the psychology behind Pinterest and how it can be beneficial for businesses, including posting tips and strategies for making the most of your page. Takeaways include Pinterest etiquette and tricks, getting more followers and some common pinning mistakes you should avoid.
“Using Pinterest to Sell Homes” is the second webinar in a series of six to be presented by mRELEVANCE in 2014. The Relevant Marketing Webinars are free and open to business owners and marketing professionals who are looking to gain knowledge on the hottest topics, issues and trends to enhance their marketing efforts. During each webinar, mRELEVANCE’s expert marketing professionals will discuss a different marketing topic to improve the effectiveness of a business’ marketing program.
Register now for “Using Pinterest to Sell Homes,” get the dates for future webinars and download past webinars at www.MarketingRELEVANCE.com/webinars.