Affiliate Broker Mike Domeck Earns Social Networking Professional Designation

Friday, December 29, 2017
Crye-Leike Real Estate Services announces that Affiliate Broker Mike Domeck has received the company’s Social Networking Professional designation. 
 
Crye-Leike's Social Networking Professional program includes training for the use of social media in real estate marketing to help with growth of the associate's real estate business. It starts with managing a Facebook business page and learning advertising strategies. It also includes video marketing, online reputation management and how to incorporate this across various other social media platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and YouTube. 
 
"Sales associates with this designation know how to generate leads from social media, how to market their services and their listings to create improved outcomes for their clients.
They have learned the tips and tricks to make this easier, so they are not spending too much time online and instead are in the field working more directly with their clients.
 
"In addition to successfully completing the classes in the training curriculum, certified associates have also demonstrated an understanding of social media, as it pertains to their business by meeting several criteria. An SNP has successfully created a plan for his/her social media strategy, developed accounts in compliance with industry regulations, increased their followers, ran ad campaigns, and responded in a timely manner to customer requests," officials said.
 
"This designation is new in the field of social media marketing in real estate," said Angie Vandenbergh, director of Web Technologies. "It is imperative that our associates know how to navigate the world of social media beyond their personal accounts. Effectively using social media for their business shows their commitment to reach their customers where they are and keep delivering the highest level of professional service."
 
Mr. Domeck is a seasoned real estate professional with over 10 years experience.  Having preciously earned the Graduate, REALTOR Institute designation (GRI), Mr. Domeck is also one of Crye-Leike’s Multi-Million Dollar Producers. “Receiving the Social Networking Professional designation is a testament to how the real estate industry has changed and evolved over the years,” said Mr. Domeck. “Earning this designation helped me to learn the ways I can use social media to reach a wider and more diverse audience in a quick amount of time.”


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