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Stop Wasting Your Time On Social Media

Can you believe in November, 2016 it is 80 degrees outside, the Cubs won the World Series, and Social Media Marketing is not working for businesses. Think about your current social media strategy. If you are like most Realtors, Property Managers, Brokers, or Sales Managers I know, You can spend significant amounts of time on social media and  get zero leads ringing your phone.

Large social media giants such and Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin hire programing experts to keep your post from gaining exposure. These companies want you to pay-for-clicks. As far as advertising goes, these social media giants may be good choices. If you want to utilize these tools effectively, you must pivot your attention to Social Team Engagement!

Just today, I was able to engage my team though social media. They were completely engaged in a number of personal development suggestions, while they also worked hard doing their job. Look, I understand one thing, Millennials are going to be on social media throughout the day, it might as well be me that gets their attention.

I started the day with dropping a motivational youtube video online for people to watch at 7:00am. The video was about reaping what you sow by Earl Nightingale. At about 9:30am I posted a PDF I had created in powerpoint.  

The title of the PDF was, “A Passion For People & 7 Steps to Resolve Customer Disputes.” I asked the team to post, for everyone to read about their thoughts, and how their thoughts relate to the office theme of the month “Teamwork.”

Using social media to engage your team is a great use of your time.

A group of Realtors, thought leaders, and my clients participate in a LINE group facilitated by me. If you would like to participate you will need to download the app called LINE. Every morning I will share a video, podcast, article, or other link to personal development experts. The group is fully engaged and we are fully committed to success!

If you would like to participate our LINE group SUCCESS MORNINGS I have included a link to our group for you:

Nathan is the Senior Property Manager for US REVI RENTALS a numbers driven Property management firm in O'Fallon, Missouri. Nathan holds an MBA with an emphasis in accounting from Keller Graduate School of Management and a B.A in Nonprofit Management from Lindenwood University. In addition to his degrees, he holds a Missouri real estate license and a National Apartment Leasing Professional (NALP) certification. He is currently a member of SCORE which is a nonprofit organization that serves to mentor start-up and growing businesses. Lastly, Nathan wrote the book Leadership Coaching as a Strategy for Employee Development and has been a guest speaker and facilitator at national conferences on the topics of leadership. 

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