If COVID-19 has taught agents anything over the past few months, it’s that we have to do what it takes to stay relevant, and the best way to be relevant is by creating video content.
Some agents are still too scared to appear on video, but it’s time to get rid of the fear. We have to start embracing who we are if we want to make a name for ourselves in our markets.
Video is non-negotiable for success, so how can we ease into making videos if we’re new to the space?
On this episode, founder of DigitalNatives Inc and The ZillowKiller brand, James Rembert shares how to get more comfortable on camera.
Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode
Take baby steps
Agents new to being on camera are understandably nervous, so start small. Instead of creating hours of content, start with short, one-minute videos.
Stick with what we know
The best way to get comfortable with being on camera is by speaking about the things we know best. The great thing is, this doesn’t need to be related to our business, just talk about the things we enjoy and know a lot about.
Stick to one channel
When starting out on video, it’s a good idea to pick one channel and post to it consistently. Don’t try to post on Facebook, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram; pick one and use it frequently.
James Rembert is the Founder of DigitalNatives Inc and The Zillowkiller brand. James began his journey as a licensed Realtor in New Jersey, and has since built a thriving boutique advertising agency in Philadelphia that caters exclusively to the real estate industry nationwide. James is passionate about helping others achieve their goals, and is the creator of the HyperLocal Domination online course.
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