Before you write your first draft, you need to have a clear idea of what your tone and point of view should be. It needs to be consistent with your brand, because this affects how the reader “sees” you before they even get to meet you or talk to you. Your tone should be the same throughout your profile, whether you are more serious, laid-back, warm, or formal.
Some real estate agents choose the conversational approach when writing their bio, as if they are talking to a friend they’ve known for a long time. Others want to be warm yet professional. It all depends on how you want to present yourself to potential clients.
Your LinkedIn bio is the perfect tool to showcase your uniqueness and expertise. Use it to share what makes you different from the rest. Make sure to include what type of real estate agent you are, whether you are a buyer’s agent, a seller’s agent, or both. If you specialize in working with a particular demographic—veterans, retirees, luxury home investors, first-time buyers, etc.—you should mention that as well.
LinkedIn gives you the opportunity to tell profile visitors what you are good at through your bio. You can also take this as an opportunity to tell your story and share your goals with other people. Most clients appreciate the honesty, and it also shows that you are a goal-driven individual.
With all these in mind, write your first draft. Keep it short but detailed: you want to catch your reader’s attention with the first sentence to encourage them to read on. Your most valuable prospects will read the whole thing because they are already interested in what you have to offer. You want your LinkedIn bio to also convince those who haven’t made up their mind yet.
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