Video has been the most popular content on the internet for years now, so anyone who hasn’t taken advantage of the medium yet needs to get started as soon as possible. While it’s natural to feel nervous sharing content at first, remember that confidence grows with time.
Video puts us in front of our audience better than any other medium, helping us build trust with potential clients over time and build a social media following. However, that following doesn’t have to stay online.
How can we use video and social media to build offline relationships? What are the unintended consequences of sharing our truths online?
In this episode, Florida Realtor and social media powerhouse, Stevie Hahn shares how to build offline friendships using online platforms.
Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode
Nurture over time
Social media is a great way to nurture relationships over the long term. When our followers are constantly seeing videos of us, we’re more likely to be top of mind when they need our services. What we do now will impact us in 6 months time.
Be consistently authentic
Often, what holds people back from sharing video content is the fear of not looking or sounding perfect. However, what draws people to us is our authenticity. As long as we post consistently and stay true to ourselves in our videos, our audience will stay engaged with us.
Take it offline
Social media is a great way to create connections with people, but those relationships don’t have to stay online. Reach out to the people interacting with the content we share and make plans to see them in person. This shows the audience that we’re real people and offers a great networking opportunity.
Stevie Hahn is a Realtor at Exit Real Estate Gallery and a social media powerhouse. She has been featured on HGTV’s Beachfront Bargain Hunt Renovation, Babeswhihustle.com and has been voted the #3 Realtor in Jacksonville on social media. Stevie specializes in providing her clients with a responsive, stress-free, VIP-style experience.
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