Creating saveable and shareable content on social media is a modern pillar of establishing an online presence. Shareable and saveable content helps you reach a wider audience, provides value, and tells social media algorithms to keep it at the top of people’s feeds. Think about the kind of posts you save and share. They are probably helpful and instructional or funny and entertaining.
Are you tired of mindlessly scrolling on social media and not seeing anything relevant from the accounts you follow? Your followers might feel the same way about your brand. In 2023, we’re done settling for content that doesn’t convert. Here are four social media post ideas that make boring advertorial posts a thing of the past.
In 2021, Denver real estate agent Scott Jensen approached Kreativ Alchemy with his desire to move brokerages and grow a real estate team. He needed a name, brand identity, logo, and website design updates. Eventually, we worked with him to create branded social media templates and implement workflow automation technology onto his website for lead generation. Thus, the ReZion Real Estate Team was born.
Two Shores Gin, an artisan gin distiller in Southern California, needed a strong brand strategy, website, and graphic design to stand out above the fierce competition. Two Shores approached Kreativ Alchemy with a logo and challenged us to expand the brand identity across a new website, social media, ads, and other marketing assets.
Colorado Country Broker is a personal real estate brand for Robert Gash, a lifestyle broker in Western Colorado. In addition to his personal brand, Robert owns United Country Real Estate Western Land & Lifestyle Properties, where he manages several other brokers. Kreativ Alchemy has worked closely with Robert and his company to develop and execute branding and real estate marketing strategies.