[Recording] Marketing in a Mobile First World – Presented by Facebook and BoomTown

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In this webinar, Bob is joined by Keith Watts from the mobile marketing world leader, Facebook (maybe you're heard of Facebook?).

Have you ever boosted a post on Facebook and wondered what happened to it? Or are you curious about how using one of the largest advertising platforms in the world can help your real estate business?

Join ActiveRain University as we host BoomTown and Facebook to learn more about how you can leverage the power of mobile and Facebook to drive real business outcomes in your real estate marketing.

Learn the best strategies straight from Facebook!

 

 

 

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Thanks, Bob Stewart for this new podcast. Not sure these players are in our marketing budget, but will listen to it later today; I hope!

Dec 14, 2016 11:12 AM #1
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Is it also on your utube channel or only via University of AR?

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