Category Archives: HouseQ

Harcourts WA Kickstart Conference

Earlier in February, CEO and Founder Josh White spoke in Perth at the Harcourts WA Kickstart 2018 Conference. Alongside Gregg Toyama and Bridget Gabites, Josh educated the room of agents and property managers about his winning strategy for social media marketing as a real estate agent. Whilst not having the real estate agent background, Josh […]

Landing Pages for Real Estate Agents

Landing pages can be a mystery in the real estate industry. In this post, I will break down what a landing page is, and how to get them working for you in terms of driving traffic and converting. But first, what is a landing page? Landing pages are stand alone web pages, built for capturing leads. […]

Three Golden Steps to Social Media Success for Real Estate Agents

If you are a real estate agent who works social media as part of your marketing efforts, you will know how long it takes to plan an ongoing marketing strategy.  Let alone, one that delivers you the social media success it’s been dreaming of? Many agents make it look like a walk in the park, but what […]

5 Things You Should Know About Social Media Content

“Power doesn’t come from content, power comes from content that moves.” – Mark Schaeffer Don’t get caught out by old social media content habits. For those who are re-assessing how they approach their content and social media marketing, we think that the list below should give you some pretty positive direction. Number 1: Content is fluid […]

4 Social Advertising Tips for Real Estate Agents.

For Real Estate Agents and Agencies, advertising via social media channels has gone from a luxury to a necessity. Of course, there are obvious advantages, like the fact that most of your potential buyers for a property will be on Facebook during their search for the perfect home. However, precision and competence are required to […]

Australians Use and Social Media to Search for Property

If the #smashedavo talks made you think that the only thing happening online was complaining and time-wasting, then you may not quite have your finger on the pulse. The latest numbers are in, and it shows that their audience spent 110 million hours looking at property across all of their platforms from 1 January to 30 November 2016. “Australia’s […]