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How the ‘most viewed broker’ in Australia created a social following

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Shore Financial broker Christian Stevens has only been in broking for a few years but in that time has successfully harnessed social media to become the ‘most viewed’ broker in Australia. We find out how he did it.

In this episode of Elite Broker, host Annie Kane catches up with Christian to find out how he went from nightclub promotion to broking, how he grew his client base by building a strong online presence, and how he manages to run one of the largest Facebook groups for first home buyers while broking full time.

Tune in to find out:
- His process and strategy for digital marketing
- What he did to be crowned the most viewed broker in Australia on LinkedIn
- Why he thinks new brokers should join an existing brokerage

And much more!

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