Overview

Twitter is a way of sending short bits of information to your subscribers. The messages are limited to 140 character at a time, called a "tweet." You can use Twitter to let your clients know what you are doing for them, post short descriptions of new listings, and keep your team on schedule.

References

We've already done the research for you. References (formerly Field Guides) offer links to articles, eBooks, websites, statistics, and more to provide a comprehensive overview of perspectives. EBSCO articles (E) are available only to NAR members and require a password.


Why Use Twitter?

How to overcome your Twitter aversion (REALTOR® Magazine, Apr. 2018)

5 ways to maximize Twitter for your business in 2018 (Social Media Today, Jan. 12, 2018)

Twitter 101 for small business (The Balance, Aug. 12, 2016)

6 simple hacks that will that will turn you into a Twitter marketing genius (Forbes, Aug. 9, 2016)

Why do I need Twitter for my business? (Digital Resource, Mar. 21, 2016)

Twitter & Real Estate

Twitter basics for real estate agents (Real Estate Webmasters, 2018)

Harnessing the power of Twitter to market your real estate business (Realty Biz News, Sept. 12, 2017)

Getting real estate tweet ideas with Google Alerts (Metro Depth, 2016)

Twitter marketing tips for real estate agents (ActiveRain, July 22, 2016)

Don’t make these 3 Twitter mistakes (REALTOR® Magazine, July 2016)

eBooks & Other Resources

eBooks.realtor.org

The following eBooks and digital audiobooks are available to NAR members:

301 Ways to Use Social Media to Boost Your Marketing (Kindle, Audiobook, eBook)

Learn Twitter in 10 minutes (Audiobook, eBook)

The New Handshake (Kindle, eBook)

The Twitter Book  (Kindle, Audiobook, eBook)

Twitter for Dummies (Kindle, Audiobook, eBook)

Twitter: Free Social Networking for Business (Audiobook, eBook)

Twitter Marketing Tips (Audiobook, eBook)

Twitter Means Business (Kindle, eBook)

Twitter Power (Audiobook, eBook)

Twitter Top Success and Best Practices: Twitter Experts Share The World's Greatest Tips (Audiobook, eBook)


Have an idea for a real estate topic? Send us your suggestions.

The inclusion of links on this page does not imply endorsement by the National Association of REALTORS®. NAR makes no representations about whether the content of any external sites which may be linked in this page complies with state or federal laws or regulations or with applicable NAR policies. These links are provided for your convenience only and you rely on them at your own risk.

Advertisement