Blogging quality content can help position you as an expert in your field and your community and can help you attract prospective home buyers.
You might have heard the phrase “marketing automation” and are wondering what it is, or perhaps you know what it is and just need help identifying how it can help you in your business.
Marketing automation can be an extremely helpful tool that you can use to automate much of your marketing process, from lead conversion to nurturing.
As a real estate agent, property manager, or any service-based business owner, scheduling appointments can be a nightmare. Mis-scheduled or missed appointments can be detrimental to both your bottom-line and reputation.
When it comes to using Facebook as a business tool, the key is to treat Facebook for Business differently from your personal Facebook account. Here are our tips and tricks on how to best utilize Facebook as a realtor.
When it comes to presenting yourself and your brand well, one of the core components to success is in design. Design has power over all we do, and even the non-design savvy can quickly point out things that are well designed v. things that are not.
The needs of today’s home buyers are changing, and it’s more important than ever to understand your client’s journey to buying a home.
We’ve all seen a call-to-action (CTA), even if we didn’t quite know what it was. The small bits of snappy copy saying “Sign up Now” or “Get A Demo” often displayed on a button on a web page. Calls-to-action are a key ingredient in successful marketing, but often the market is crowded with calls-to-action that are ineffective. Making a call-to-action that works can seem overwhelming. Thankfully, we’ve put together these useful tips to help you make CTAs that convert.
Surveys are a treasure trove of information. Often times, they’re just simple fun. Other times, they’re great for gathering data and getting input from clients. With surveys, you can request feedback after closing on a property, or find out what is important to your clients as they search for a home.
Ask the question, “What is the number one way a real estate agent gets business?” and you will always hear: referrals or friends and family. This is a fundamental truth of being a realtor. In 2015, 40% of all real estate agents were found through referrals according to the 2015 Home Buyer and Seller Generational Trends report.