Archive for 'self-promotion'
Today’s post is from master copywriter, Bob Bly – re-posted here with his permission. If you’ve been afraid to tell your clients too much for fear that as a result of your free information, they won’t need you, then read on and see what Bob has to say. I agree with him wholeheartedly. Now… Here’s [...]
In today’s economy, it’s easy to look around and say that things are bad. Too many people are unemployed. Too many people can’t get loans to buy a home. Prices are in the basement. And while some agents are doing well in spite of this, many others are struggling. What is the difference between them? [...]
Wow… I just came from a visit to Real Estate Marbles, where I listened to a short video with a tip every real estate agent should hear. It was all about partnering to do an informational video – with the person in your town who knows more homeowners than anyone but the tax collector. Who [...]
After all, they appreciated all the hard work you put in on their behalf. They even wrote you a nice note after their closing and allowed you to use it as a testimonial. They loved you – so how could they forget you? Easily. Once their home purchase or sale was completed, they had new [...]
Back in 1993 when I decided to strike out on my own and left the real estate agency I’d been with for years, I had no clue about lists. I also had no clue about the importance of reaching back into the past to contact the clients I’d worked with before. Believe it or not, [...]
Your email address should perform two important functions. It should make it easy for people to contact you, and it should show your professionalism.
Don’t wing it when someone asks what you do. Write and memorize an elevator speech so every interaction has the potential of developing a new client.
Real estate is a “people” business – with success depending not just upon technical expertise and skill, but also upon interpersonal relationships. Because buyers, sellers, and agents work so closely together, trust and even camaraderie are important elements. Having something in common in addition to a real estate transaction helps create that trust, because humans [...]
Posted: May 23rd, 2010 under real estate, real estate advertising, real estate sales, realtor promotion, self-promotion, web content, web copy, web marketing.
Tags: internet marketing, law of attraction, marketing, real estate marketing, self-promotion
Have you gotten into a rut with promoting your local business? Do you feel stuck with running the same tired ads in the newspaper or printing up sale flyers to insert in sacks when customers make a purchase. If so, business probably isn’t increasing at a very rapid rate. So try these three simple steps [...]
Posted: May 2nd, 2010 under advertising, customer relations, effective marketing, inexpensive marketing, marketing, marketing on a budget, self-promotion.
Tags: advertising, low cost marketing, marketing, marketing budget, marketing plan, self-promotion, small business
Want to do something today – right now – that will help build your business? If you have a pen, a piece of paper, an envelope, and a stamp, you can do just that. You can write a thank you note. In fact, you’ll do even better if you write a dozen thank you notes. [...]
Posted: March 1st, 2010 under business writing, communication, customer contact, customer relations, customer retention, effective marketing, inexpensive marketing, letter writing, marketing, marketing on a budget, professional image, public relations, real estate marketing, self-promotion, thank you notes.
Tags: effective marketing, follow up, law of attraction, low cost marketing, marketing, marketing budget, self-promotion