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New Hashtag for Top Hants Estate Agents Leaderboard #HantsEA100

We have introduced a new hashtag for our Top Hants Estate Agents on Social Media Leaderboard – #HantsEA100 which we will be using for the first time this week. We wanted to be able to identify social media posts about the Leaderboard easily and also monitor some issues with notifications not getting through on twitter to agents, so this seemed the perfect time to introduce a hashtag for the leaderboard.

We will continue to use the hashtag #PropertyHants to promote all things property in Hampshire on social media

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Here is the First Top Hants Estate Agents on Social Media Leaderboard for 2017

Our leaderboard is now based 100% on agents Klout score Keep using the #PropertyHants or mentioning @PropertyHants on twitter and facebook for shares

This week we saw the biggest climbs from Neal (up 25 places to 15th), The Property Explorer (up 15 places to 58th), and PenyardsPM (up 14 places to 37th).

It hasn’t been such a good week for agents S&P Winchester (down 10 to 57th), Winkworth Winchester (down 9 to 42nd), and Chinneck Shaw (down 9 to 54th). Help me encourage them to do better next week!

Well done to this week’s top three best estate agents in Hampshire: David G Sansome, Pearsons, and Fry And Kent.

Have a great property week in Hampshire

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Top 100 Hants Estate Agents Week 46 2016

Here is this weeks Top Hants Estate Agents on Social Media Leaderboard for week 46, to the 21st November 2016


This week we saw the biggest climbs from Treagust and Co (up 18 places to 47th), Fenwicks Estates (up 18 places to 60th), and Chapplins Estate Agents (up 15 places to 55th).

It wasn’t such a good week for agents Fells Gulliver (down 9 to 57th), Realest Property (down 9 to 22nd), and Chambers Stubbington (down 8 to 69th).

Well done to this week’s top three Sansome & George, Walker & Waterer, and Charters.

See the current Top 100 Estate Agents on Social Media Leaderboard at


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Social Media and Digital Signage For Estate Agents

Property is a timeless market. Yet the real estate sector is evolving. Has your agency embraced its two greatest developments: Social Media and Digital Signage?

Social Media – An Estate Agent’s Secret Weapon

troudigitalPeople have always been curious about other people’s houses. Those not even necessarily looking to move browse property listings at the back of newspapers. It’s easy to predict that following estate agencies on social media is likely to become today’s equivalent.

The modern estate agency can reach more potential clients than ever before. You don’t have to wait for them to come to you either. Someone on the other side of the country might tweet that they’re looking to move to your area – let them know that you want to help.

Making a good impression when a client visits your office is crucial to securing their business. The same goes for visitors to your social media sites. So what should an estate agent have on their Facebook page? In addition to the latest property listings, your agency should consider publishing client testimonials. Nothing encourages potential clients more than impartial evidence of your great service.

Buying or renting a property is a stressful time for most of us. It’s imperative for estate agencies to put their clients at ease. A brilliant way to do this through social media is to field queries on Twitter or proactively offer information answering FAQs. Why not start a hashtag?

What’s even hotter than Facebook and Twitter at the moment? Instagram and Snapchat. These platforms are ideal for real estate marketing. Showcase property pictures on Instagram and boost your audience through strategic tagging. You could reblog pictures sent in from happy clients who’ve picked up their keys. Building an audience on Snapchat is just as worthwhile. Unlike with other platforms, you know you have your audience’s attention. Your agents can send snaps, even short videos as they tour properties.

Digital Signage – A Window Revolution

Your agency is impressing on social media. Great. You’re engaging with potential clients you’ve never reached before. But what about those passing by your office window everyday? With everyone glued to screens, how are you going to catch attention on the high-street?

Digital signage is the second revolution to hit the real estate sector

There are perks for everyone. With traditional window displays, staff have to download property listings, print and spend time putting up ads. The process is cumbersome – there’s only so much room to play with, and ads have to be changed regularly. With digital signage for estate agents, your window feels larger – able to display a reel of properties with changing photos, rather than a set few with static images. It also becomes self-sufficient: updating its listings when properties are sold and automatically adding new stock.

Digital signage for estate agents has two additional benefits. Firstly, it’s an affordable way for any estate agency to convey high-quality. After all, an agency with an impressive office is more likely to attract clients with larger budgets looking for luxury property. Secondly, digital signage for estate agents works perfectly with your social media. Your Twitter feed and Facebook testimonials can be integrated around your digitised listings. You can even introduce QR codes linking to property profiles to boost audience engagement.

Using social media will just be part of the property sales process, but used effectively, through digital signage, you can greatly improve your sales results.

Guest Blog Post for Property Hants from Mario at TrouDigital based in Southampton Hampshire


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