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Today we’re reblogging an article written by Pamela Cendejas, a real estate virtual assistant and IXACT Contact affiliate. In this article, Pamela shares some awesome tips that’ll take your real estate marketing from good to great.
Not all real estate marketing emails are created equal so next time you sit down to write one, take these tips into consideration. Pamela’s right when says, “Email marketing is one of the most powerful things you can do for your business.” Remember that if you’re too busy to write your own marketing emails, IXACT Contact’s real estate contact management system comes with email templates and drip marketing plans created for you that follow all of the advice Pamela outlines in this article.
Your clients and referral sources will often ask other people they meet in the “home industry” for their opinion of you. Your clients will even ask your competition!
So it pays to be respected by your peers.
Now that doesn’t mean you should become so friendly with your competition that you share leads or let them in on your real estate marketing plans. But, you should be cultivating good working relationships with other real estate agents — especially those who work in the same market or with similar profile clients as you.
To be a great agent, you need to excel in real estate marketing and personal branding. This informative infographic explains how to build a personal brand – which is absolutely key to getting more referrals and repeat business.
A real estate contact management system is so important here because if you’re not properly keeping in touch with your sphere of influence (SOI) and building strong relationships with them, it will be very difficult to create a strong brand for yourself.
What kind of REALTOR® do you want to be known for? Please leave a comment below!
“Marketing copy” is key to your overall real estate marketing plan. It’s the most important element of your website, e-mails, letters, ads, and other sales materials. The words you choose speak to your real estate leads and clients – on your behalf – when you’re not there to do it in person.
Copywriting is a big topic in the real estate marketing world. There are entire books devoted to the subject. But the basics are relatively straightforward.
Here are the essential tips for writing compelling advertising, sales and marketing communications:
A good REALTOR® also needs to be a good marketer. And just like using a real estate contact management software, email marketing should be an important component of every agent’s marketing plan. If you’re not sending an e-Newsletter, taking advantage of drip marketing campaigns, or sending out Just Listed/ Just Sold e-Flyers, you’re missing great opportunities to stay in touch with past clients, convert leads into clients, and get more referrals.
Take the quiz below to learn your real estate email marketing aptitude. If you’re not too email marketing-savvy, or you aren’t doing much of it at this point, this quiz will help you learn best practices so you can get started on the right track.
This is part two of our Q&A blog post with Jennifer Allan-Hagedorn. In this series, Jennifer discusses success strategies and why agents need a real estate contact management system. Click here to be directed to the first part of this Q&A series.
Jennifer Allan-Hagedorn, a former top producing real estate broker turned author, knows how to energize a real estate sales career, and, as any of her followers will tell you, can motivate, inspire, and advise like no other.
We hope that you’re using your real estate CRM to send out informative real estate marketing emails to your clients and prospects. And if you are, it’s likely that a lot of these people use Gmail.
Many professionals, including those in real estate sales, aren’t yet aware that Gmail has made some changes to the way they’ve structured their inbox. When you log-in to Gmail, you’ll see a number of tabs at the top of your screen, such as Primary, Social, and Promotions. The Primary tab is the inbox you see when you first log-in. Gmail automatically decides which emails you receive go in which tab.
Below are 10 key real estate contact management facts every Realtor should know. What you’ll read has been pulled from various articles on our popular blog, The Real Estate Contact Management & Marketing Blog. Enjoy:
1. Maximize the chances your email marketing will get through by using a dedicated email service provider (ESP). A good real estate CRM will utilize a dedicated ESP, which will really help your deliverability rates.
2. Host client appreciation events and housewarming parties. They’re great loyalty builders and they’ll give you an opportunity to meet some new real estate leads.
It’s no secret that confidence can have a dramatic impact on your performance as a Realtor®. When you’re feeling self assured, you follow-up on real estate referrals more effectively, make better real estate listing presentations, and close more deals.
However, we don’t always feel the same level of confidence at every moment of every day. Like a barometer, it goes up and down.
For example, what is your level of confidence right now, on a scale of one to ten? Is it a five? A nine? A two?