Hello everyone, most of you probably know that the month of October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. In honor of that, we would like to hold off on our normal #LeadManagement series related content, to shed a little more light on this. Please check out the video below for some more insight on Breast Cancer, featuring our very own Team Member who has been directly affected by this in her life. Some More Facts In 2019, an estimated 268,600 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in women in the U.S., along with 62,930
Zillow, Trulia, Realtor.com. We’re all familiar with them…and they can be pretty powerful tools if utilized correctly. In our previous campaign, #TrafficIsKey, we talked about how these platforms aren’t going anywhere any time soon, and why you should be taking advantage of them. Everyone always talks about getting leads, but nobody ever really takes the time to talk about how to manage those leads. Today, we’re going to kick off this #LeadManagement series, by talking about what to do, once you get leads from Real Estate Directories. Managing Leads from Real Estate Directories How you manage these lead will be different
Just like with buyer leads, generating and converting seller leads is all about relationship building. The internet and digital media have drastically altered the way we interact with prospects, but the need to build relationships is as important to real estate as it ever was—it’s only the way we build relationships that’s changed. The best way to build relationships with seller leads is to increase your visibility, provide a strong value prop, and stay in consistent communication. We compiled a step-by-step process of proven strategies our top clients use to attract and build relationships with seller leads. Generating Strong Seller
Below Elite Informer reviews three categories you should focus on to drive the most traffic to your real estate website. 1. Website Design You need a website that “pops.” The one way to get this is to use a design company that specializes in real estate websites. In this way, you get a sleek, modern design that is unique, that honors user needs for speed and ease of navigation, and that generally gives buyers and sellers a great experience. 2. Content and SEO Having valuable content on your website and blog will give you a greater chance for buyers and sellers
Offline Marketing Strategies The best strategies for offline marketing are always going to vary. Although, there are some key ideas that have proven to be successful for many agents in tons of different areas. Offline marketing can be a very cost effective way to increase your leads. By expanding your marketing efforts, you can ensure you reach a broader audience. The following ideas should serve as a jumping-off point for your future real estate marketing campaigns: Mail Networking Creative Strategies Give Back to Your Community Mail Direct mail is one of the most common offline real estate marketing strategies, and rightfully so.