Your Instagram is your business card. Is it working for you? Giselle Ugarte, a Marketing Director, online educator, motivational speaker, podcaster, and influencer, drops some truth bombs on us REALTORS® when it comes to social media. Listen in to hear Giselle share what REALTORS® get wrong, how we should approach social media, and what we should (and shouldn’t share) — and learn her thoughts on boundaries and communication from a consumer standpoint.
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Time Stamped Show Notes:
3 Key Points
1.) Know your audience.
2.) People buy from people.
3.) Set boundaries.
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