Looking for a way to reach millennials? Try Snapchat to reach them. Learn Snapchat basics, how to use Snapchat in your digital marketing program, and the advantages of using it in the real estate business.
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How to Use Snapchat for Real Estate and Get More Followers, (YouTube, Jan. 6, 2016).
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Snapchat for Business: Everything You Need to Know, (Business News Daily, Apr. 5, 2017).
How to Use Snapchat for Your Business, (TechAdvisory.org, Mar. 13, 2017).
12 Tools for Snapchat Marketing, (Practical eCommerce, Feb. 27, 2017).
3 Ways to Use Snapchat for Marketing, (Entrepreneur, Feb. 21, 2107).
5 Things Every Business Needs to Know About Snapchat Marketing, (Inc., Dec. 7, 2016).
Snapchat—Learning the Basics, (Snapchat, n.d.).
Snapchat and Real Estate
The Beginner’s Guide to Snapchat for Real Estate, (Realty Times, Mar. 28, 2017).
The Real Estate Agents Selling $6 million NYC Apartments via Snapchat, (CNBC, Jan. 5, 2017).
How the Real Estate Industry Can Use Snapchat and Facebook Live Video for Sales, (Gary Vaynerchuk, 2016).
eBooks & Other Resources
The following eBooks and digital audiobooks are available to NAR members:
Social Media (OverDrive Read, EPUB eBook, PDF eBook)
Social Media Marketing for Dummies, (OverDrive Read, EPUB eBook, PDF eBook)
365 Social Media Tips, (Kindle, OverDrive Read, EPUB eBook)
Social Media Strategy, (OverDrive Read, EPUB eBook, PDF eBook
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