#WFTLearn: What Real Estate Professionals Must Know to Achieve Positive Results through Social Media

02/19/2014

You are cordially invited to February's #WFTLearn seminar. This month, we’ll discuss What Real Estate Professionals Must Know to Achieve Positive Results through Social Media

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To be clear, this is not intended to be an introductory seminar on social media.  For example, we won’t be talking about the mechanics of setting up and/or using Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. Instead, we will be talking about how to create content that speaks to the clients you want.  Here’s a quick look at our panelists and what they intend to share:

  • Charly Caldwell from Internet Services Group of Florida, LLC will introduce the “Teachable Content Pyramid”, a model for differentiating yourself through top of the line messaging that resonates with “dream” customers.
  • Chris Griffith, with Downing Frye Realty, will share how she excels by being digitally different in the Real Estate Industry.
  • Joann Frazier from W.J. Bradley Mortgage Capital will cover the "visual" with photos and videos plus building your social team of support.

As always, this seminar will be driven by audience participation, so bring the questions you want answered.  Food and beverage will be provided.

Sponsored by:

Winged Foot Title LLC, your partner in educating, engaging, and enrolling your customers for life.

When: Wed., February 19, 2014. 5-7pm.

Where: Winged Foot Title Education Center

The Atrium Building • 8695 College Pkwy, Ste 1187 • Fort Myers, FL 33919

As always, food and beverage will be provided.

Our last few events have been a huge success; so it is important that you register so that we have ample resources and refreshments.

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