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How Much Content Is Too Much?

How Much Content Is Too Much?

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The CRE professionals who leverage social media dominate their market.

Yet so many folks are still sitting on the sidelines, overwhelmed, and unsure about what/how often they should post.

So in today’s Massimo Minute, I’m sharing 2 simple strategies to identify high-value content that will keep you top of mind with folks in your market.

Here’s what we cover: 

1: How much content you should produce and distribute on social media

2: Pros and cons to the Gary Vaynerchuk approach 

3: Pros and cons to the low-quantity + high-quality approach

4: How to identify “high-value” content

5: A challenge to kick start your social media efforts in 2020

Resources:

What’s the ROI on social media in CRE?

How Mathew Laborde is dominating his market with a team of millennials 

Schedule a strategy session to learn how you can work with a Certified Massimo Coach to build your online marketing strategy

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