For those still interested in this topic since it's a useful one, here are a few tips: try to create a blog for your agent so that they can constantly have new content on their site. We like to link this content with their social media accounts. Be sure to have your keywords in your H1 and H2 headings, and first paragraph. Lastly, try to target an even more local area than the nearest large city, since most people are looking for a certain area within the city. Maybe use a certain neighborhood or suburb as your keyword.
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Hi @Ron4674 .
First thing I'd say is that even if your products are not impulse items Social media marketing should be a no brainer for your Marketing arsenal.
Trying to get traction using organic ways like blogging is great but is a long term strategy which will not bring in results quick enough. It is good to do so, but they will not move the needle for your business quick enough.
You need to create a paid advertising plan and execute based on this plan.
Decide on your budget, and then start allocating to the most relevant social media channels you think are out there.
Once you start getting a little traction and "pixeling" audiences, then you will eventually need to retarget them with incentives to buy your products.
You can find plenty of resources online on Social Media advertising and Facebook ads more specifically here are some of the good guides that I'd suggest you:
Hope these will help.