How to add real estate listings to your Facebook profile

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Adding new listings to your Facebook profile is not only a good way to get listing information out to people in your area, but it’s also a good way to stay in front of them on their news feed, as a reminder that you can help with their real estate needs now or in the future.

Today we’ll walk through the steps of adding new listings to your Facebook profile by way of the Add Note feature:

On your Profile tab, click on Add Note, then More Options. You’ll want to add photos before any text to be sure that your photos show up on your feed, so before you start adding in any text, click on the Add Photos link.

You’ll be taken to a brand new screen, where you can upload photos directly from your computer:

 

Here you will add your title, upload your photo, and then add in a quick description and a link to your site, or the property webpage if you like:

 

 

Finally, at the bottom of the screen you’ll see Publish. Once you do, you’ll be given a couple different publishing options. I recommend that you do publish it to your Profile, and select the Full story size.

 

There you go! Less than five minutes, and you’ve just gotten your listing info out to all your Facebook friends. If you’ve been consistent about adding friends that make sense for your business goals, this can be a very targeted group of people.

 

Online Real Estate Marketing tips: Adding Real Estate listings to your Facebook profile

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Sandy - yes, if you're using Postlets (which is a great service), that's an easy way to do it!

October 09, 2009 08:50 AM
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Thank you Rich for the instructions.  I really appreciate it and always get great help out of your posts.  I was wondering if there is a way to add a new tab to Search Listings that would link to our IDX site?  Thanks again Rich.

January 12, 2010 08:52 AM
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Ashutosh Ranjan

Thanks for updation, how to add real estate listings on facebook. I tried and got succeeded in adding the listings on facebook. thanks once again.

July 23, 2010 06:20 AM
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Scott Lewis
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Rich,

Good info ... 1 question Facebook just changed their format and it will affect all users in March 2011 ... any changes that you forsee here?

February 15, 2011 10:50 AM
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Adding new listings to your Facebook profile is not only a good way to get listing information out to people in your area, but it’s also a good way to stay in front of them on their news feed, as a reminder that you can help with their real estate needs now or in the future.

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