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Sacramento Social Media Leader Will Teach Realtors How to Generate Leads Online

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August 17 seminar sponsored by Sacramento Association of REALTORS will see expert guiding attendees through everything needed to make the most of Facebook, Twitter, and other social media platforms

Sacramento Social Media Leader Will Teach Realtors How to Generate Leads Online

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – August 22, 2017 /MarketersMedia/

Social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter are more important to Realtors than ever before. On August 17, Sacramento-area Realtors will have a special opportunity to learn everything they need to know about social media from Julie Gallaher, the founder and owner of the highly successful Get on the Map marketing agency.

Sponsored by the Sacramento Association of REALTORS® (SAR), the Social Media Training session will be held from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, August 17 at the SAR Mack Powell Event Center at 2003 Howe Avenue in Sacramento. Those who register online at ims.sacrealtor.org by August 15 will receive early-bird discounts, with prices thereafter rising to $40 for SAR members and $50 for others.

The Social Media for Sacramento Realtors seminar will teach attendees how to select the most appropriate platform, how to create a strong social media plan, and how to use three powerful automation tools that save time and improve results. A member of Sacramento’s Social Media Club Leadership Team, Get on the Map founder and workshop host Julie Gallaher helped area businesses generate more than 7,500 leads using social media in 2016 alone.

“Spots are still available for our August 17 social media training session for Realtors,” said Gallaher. “In the space of an hour and a half, we’ll be covering a range of important topics and helping Realtors who attend become far more effective at leveraging social media. From the basics regarding platform selection to how best to use powerful social media automation tools, this workshop is designed to deliver results. We’re proud to be sponsored by the Sacramento Association of REALTORS and think attendees are going to be thrilled with what they learn.”

In 2015, according to a study conducted by DigitasLBi, social media giant Facebook could take credit for influencing the purchasing decisions of over half the respondents to a survey covering more than 1,000 adults in 17 countries. With social media platforms only becoming more influential, Realtors who make good use of them can easily stand out from the competition and close more sales.

Get on the Map owner Julie Gallaher is widely recognized as one of the Sacramento area’s leading authorities on social media. Named one of the city’s Ten Most Influential Twitter Users by the Sacramento Business Journal, she regularly helps local businesses generate leads through strategic social media initiatives, search engine optimization, and other digital marketing approaches. Realtors who attend the August 17 Sacramento Association of REALTORS training session led by Gallaher will come away with practical knowledge they can put directly to use in their own professional lives.

About Get on the Map:
From search engine optimization to social media, Get on the Map helps local businesses attract attention and generate leads.

Contact Info:
Name: Julie Gallaher
Organization: Get on the Map
Address: Sacramento, CA 95819
Phone: 916-265-2521

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