7 real estate blog/social media post ideas for August
Looking for fall real estate blog ideas? Here are some topics anyone can use to make a splash on social media this autumn!
We are knee-deep in the Dog Days of summer, so you’re forgiven if your brain is a bit fried right now.
Luckily, we’ve stepped up to help you out. Check out these 7 fall real estate blog ideas that will be right at home on your social media pages.
August is about to get a lot easier for you.
State and local fairs are a huge part of many summertime plans and have been since New York ushered them in back in 1841.
August is a month full of these gatherings, with state fairs happening in:
From the midway to the livestock, floral displays and vendors of a million stripes, create a blog post about your state’s fair and post it to social media.
Check Insider.com to find out if your state’s fair made the list of the best. It’s worth mentioning if it did.
Sure, it’s hot outside, but urge your followers to dip into the last days of non-stop sunshine by catching brunch, lunch or dinner on a local eatery’s patio. These hyper-local posts are immensely sharable, especially if you share it with the business owner.
August is deemed Family Fun Month, which gives you a huge number of topics from which to choose. In fact, there are typically enough family activities in any given town to do one post each day of the month.
Here are some fall real estate blog ideas to get your creativity flowing:
Tag your posts with #FamilyFunMonth to urge others to participate and share.
Those day trips we mentioned in the last section are ideal topics to get your followers to share your content. There are a number of ways to approach the topic as well.
Day trips by interest is unique way to approach it. See this one in action at KrisLindhal.com.
Or, choose a destination and describe what your readers will enjoy when they visit. Again, BillingsHomesForSale hits it out of the blogging park with this one. We also like the yummy photos in this one from HomeStyleAustin.com.
While these make fabulous blog posts (that you’ll then share on Facebook, right?) another idea is to choose a new day tripping topic every week and create an Instagram post for each.
Do people still play golf? I used to but then decided it was too slow and too expensive. Plus, where I live (the Mojave Desert), it’s to da#n hot.
Apparently, rumors of golf’s demise are a bit premature. Sure, fanatics are aging out of the sport and the youngsters have other interests, but apparently, golf is still breathing and still attracting 24.2 million players who hit the links for at least one round a year.
#GolfMonth is something that may interest your readers and followers. Reviews of the local courses (including the 19th hole facilities and pro shop) may just get some shares.
Remember when you were a kid and Mom starting talking about “back to school shopping?” The last word you want to hear in the waning days of summer vacation was “school.”
But parents need to be prepared and there is lots of advice you can dispense. We helped you out with a blog post last year that you can read at JordanSoldIt.com.
Use each category for a new blog or social media post. For instance, how to ease the family back into the fall routine, how to prepare a kindergartener for the first few days of school, where to get the best deals on school supplies in your town, how to get organized to create smoother mornings (check out this post from the Unity Home Group Team).
The last week in August is celebrated with kindness to your fellow humans. #bekindtohumankindweek and #payitforward type posts just may be some of the most-shared content you’ll ever post.
Since each day of the week has a specified theme, you won’t ache your brain trying to come up with topics.
These themes include Motorist Consideration Monday; Touch-A-Heart Tuesday and Willing-To-Lend-A-Hand Wednesday. Find the entire list online at bk2hk.org.
Rather come up with your own fall real estate blog ideas? Get ideas at PlanetofSuccess.com.
Here’s wishing you a happy and productive August.
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