We couldn't pack it all into last week's episode on Instagram, so this week we dive even deeper into specifics and best practices for using Instagram for real estate. I even give some recommendations for specific apps to use for editing photos and video to make your IG profile look legit.

Learn a cool new strategy for getting your Instagram Stories seen by more new people, discover a couple great photo and video editing apps to help take your Instagram content to the next level, and find out more about hashtag placement, and how many to use in the first place. We discuss some new data that shows Instagram is starting to change a few things, and how you can stay ahead of the curve to thrive, rather than be hurt by these changes.

In this week's Massive Q & A, I answer a question from Emily Lynch in Murray, KY: How can you get leads and win business in a small rural town, where the real estate market is not exactly “hot”, and the residents are mostly an older demographic? 

Apps I recommend:

  • Word Swag – photo
  • Phonto – photo
  • Pic Stitch – photo
  • Videorama – video
  • Flyr – video
Dustin Brohm

Author Dustin Brohm

Dustin Brohm, the Host of the Massive Agent Podcast, is a Realtor in Salt Lake City, Utah w/ the Search Salt Lake team, a real estate media company, brand, and team that he founded. Dustin is a sought after speaker and trainer in the real estate industry. He was a speaker at Inman Connect San Fran 2017, and a contributor, blogger, speaker, host of a local show called the Salt Lake Insider show, and a non-real estate media company by the same name, Salt Lake Insider. His work has been published on prominent real estates sites like the Zillow blog, RISMedia, HomeLight, Onion Juice Podcast, Real Estate Uncensored, Future of Real Estate, Realtor.org, Inman, RESAAS, Adwerx, Zurple, and more. Dustin recently launched the Massive Agent Society, a powerful all-inclusive lead gen training system for Realtors and Loan Officers, and exclusive referral network, in April 2018.

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