[VIDEO] Creating Engaging Real Estate Content for Social Media

As social media usage surges, it's important that the content you're posting is resonating with your audience. Chelsea Peitz, National Director of Social Sales for Fidelity National Financial, joined CINC to share tips, best practices, and the type of content you NEED to be making to get the most engagement, leads, and conversions out of your social media.

Watch the replay below.

Learn How To

  • Work smarter, not harder, by posting what each platform wants
  • Double your engagement and reach, with simple proven tips
  • Use the algorithms to your advantage, and get the maximum reach

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Meet the Speaker

Chelsea Peitz

Chelsea Peitz is the National Director of Social Sales for Fidelity National Financial and a nationally recognized real estate keynote speaker who teaches sales professionals how to leverage social media and technology to build a powerful personal brand and develop content that generates real leads. She is a national social selling coach and speaker for top title insurance sales executives nationwide who has developed one of the only curriculums focused on using social platforms. A 21 year real estate industry veteran who became a licensed agent in 2001 B.F. (before Facebook) and who did business the "old fashioned" way for over a decade.

Today she merges old school strategies with new school technology to teach others how to become more human by using tech. Chelsea is also the published author of the book, Talking in Pictures, the only book about how camera first social platforms have changed how we build a personal brand. She's a frequent podcast and live stream guest, sharing actionable insights and tactics to help agents develop a powerful personal brand. Chelsea has been an Inman Innovator of the Year Nominee in 2018 & 2019 and is the creator and host of The Voice of Social Sales Podcast.


This Blog Post was Written by Jordan Fisher

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