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Staying in touch with your sphere of influence, past clients, and warm leads is important. You know that. But what can you say that won’t make them think you’re being pushy? Sales letters aren’t appropriate for past clients or even for your sphere of influence. These are people who may turn into current clients at [...]
Posted: August 12th, 2010 under marketing, marketing on a budget, marketing real estate, newsletter, newsletters, real estate, real estate advertising, real estate marketing.
Tags: marketing, newsletters, real estate marketing, self-promotion
I firmly believe in newsletters sent in the postal mail – and was gratified to read that marketing guru Dan Kennedy agrees. He says that when your prospects open their mailbox and find something from you they can hold in their hands, it has much more impact than an email – or a link in [...]
Staying in regular contact with your past, present, and future customers is vital to your success in business. That means you should be sending some kind of direct mail at least quarterly, and preferably more often. I recommend a newsletter, because when part of your mailing is “newsy” people are more apt to read instead [...]