Best 3 Facebook Ads For Real Estate Agents – ($1-3 Real Estate Facebook Leads)
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Best 3 Facebook Ads For Real Estate Agents – ($1-3 Real Estate Facebook Leads)

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  2. Also, another questions besides the mini course.. where do the clients go to with that link? How do you make the links and where does it go to?
    Also for the grabbing of pics, do you just pull pics from the MLS in your area if you don't have listings? (Like for the buyer option post) Is that allowed to take other realtors pics?

  3. The Mini Course still available?? Thanks for the video. The more I watch, the more interested I get!

  4. Hey man! Great ad. I’m actually looking to get into the estate agency niche here in the UK – not sure how to start? Their marketing on average is pretty bad, but they seem to not believe in Social Media. They still rely on traditional marketing very heavily!

    What to do? Also the UK situation with Brexit & housing market isn’t great. Would you say focus on another country perhaps?

  5. If i get somebody to click on that link do I have to change the landing pages accordingly per open house, If thats the case how do i set up landing pages and then if someone puts in there email how do I send them the content?

  6. Hello Jason great video! I have a question, what do you think about carousel ads? For example uploading more photos about the property? thanks!!

  7. I'm looking forward to the webinar and Have loads of questions! I am an idiot when it comes to posting on FB! looking forward to learning how to do this the right way!

  8. Hey Jason, Been watching you for awhile now. Thank you for making your presentation so clear and succinct. Really Good input for us.

  9. Okay so I created an ad identical to yours Facebook says it’s discriminatory because it’s asking a personal question

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