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New Real Estate Industry Partnership Focuses on Leveraging Social Media to Run a Successful Business

February 02 2016

 

lwolf_LUMENTUSSOCIALIt is no secret that when used properly, social media has the potential to dramatically improve your business, the proof is in the numbers. According to The SocialTimes, 71% of social media users will buy from those they're connected with online. Combine this with the fact that according to NAR, 90% of buyers look up their agent online before hiring them and it becomes clear that a strong social presence is key to achieving success in this highly competitive industry.

But regardless of how positive the impact of social media may be, actually implementing a successful social strategy is easier said than done

Chances are that you're not a social media guru or a social media marketing strategist; you are a real estate professional who on any given day, already wears multiple hats. So how are you supposed to fit running multiple social channels into the mix?

We've made it easy!

We are excited to announce that Lone Wolf has partnered with Lumentus Socialâ„¢Lumentus Socialâ„¢, a software and service provider that uses insight to help small to medium businesses leverage social media more effectively and efficiently. Through this partnership we are able to provide our clients with the ability to manage an effective social media presence despite their experience with social platforms or size of business.

It's time to step back and assess your business and where your time is best spent. Don't stress about the social media trends- embrace them and become a leader.

Do you want to learn how you can dramatically improve your business? Contact usContact us today for more information about how you can enhance your social brand, build better relationships and increase your leads without dedicating more time and effort to managing yet another aspect of your business.

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