Last year, it was Instagram; this year, Snapchat. At this point, Facebook is considered legacy — but it’s still going strong, whereas Twitter’s growth hasn’t been nearly as robust.

Social media is everywhere, and humans are all over it. There’s more advice about how real estate agents should operate on social media than anyone could possibly follow. Should you jump on the latest trend right away or wait to make sure it doesn’t fizzle out? Hire someone to manage your social presence or do it all yourself?

Inman is collecting feedback about how real estate agents are using social media, what works and what doesn’t, the mistakes they’re making and the successes they’re generating.

Please take a moment to fill out our survey; we’ll report the findings in a Special Report later this month, and if you leave your name and email address, you’ll be entered into a drawing to win a free pass to Inman Connect San Francisco this year.

Can’t see the survey? Take it online.

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