Lettings Agents: Are You Using Social Media Effectively?

Lettings Agents: Are You Using Social Media Effectively?

David Lomas, Publisher of Property Aspects Magazine will be giving a talk on social media and then hosting a discussion workshop for Landlords and Lettings Agents at The Landlord & Lettings Show in Bolton this month.

David will be helping Lettings Agents to understand how social media can be used to improve both the way they find tenants and how they can generate introductions and referrals to others.


Using Social Media to Build Trust

He will investigate ways that social media and internet marketing may help with building trust in your lettings business before spreading your message.

He will show us the fundamental parts that should make up your communication in order to be effective in attracting and then engaging with your chosen target prospect.

He will also explain how using the correct type of written or visual content is crucial in developing trust with your audience.


Who is the Speaker?

David Lomas is an experienced internet publisher and strategic marketing expert with some 15 years experience in digital communication and a further 15 years in Sales & Marketing.

David publishes a number of sector-specific digital magazines through his M3 Media Publishing business and runs his successful Connections Events alongside his strategic partners who have included RBS Group, Baker Tilly and Pareto Law.

His understanding of the psychology behind communication is considerable and this helps him put his clients in an enviable position for gaining new business customers.

Please visit bolton.landlordshow.info to register in advance for free at this useful event for anyone involved in property lettings.

This Vibrant Social Media Seminar is starting at 1.15pm on 14th May and will be followed by a workshop and Q&A session at 2pm which will last for 1 hour.

The Landlords and Lettings Show is being held at…

Macron Stadium
Burnden Way

Wednesday, 13th May 2015 at 10:00 – Thursday, 14th May 2015 at 17:00