Twitter for Real Estate
Yes, Twitter can be used for real estate marketing too, just like Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest. Twitter originally made you edit your message down to just 140 characters which was good practice for creating a very tight message. But now, it has expanded its numbers to 280 characters and a bit more information can be included.
Each Tweet should include a picture. Pictures or photos create more engagement naturally. As people scroll through their feed, they pause a bit on a bright colorful picture and will like it more often than just a comment.
Use hashtags with the main subject of your Tweet to get more interaction with others who are looking for the same information. This adds value to your content and for your followers.
Follow others often as they tend to follow you back. In the search bar at the top of the page, search for real estate subjects using the keywords that you are tweeting about and like others and their information or tweets.