Real estate is all about networking. It’s not what you know, but rather who you know.
Whether you’re a networking novice or pro, watch this quick video to brush up on some networking basics.
Whether you’re a homeowner interested in selling your property independently or a real estate agent searching for the perfect buyers, having the right real estate flyer available is a great way to market your listing.
Many realtors hire a graphic designer to design their real estate flyers. It can be an expensive and slow process – one that can be avoided if you design your own real estate flyer using an online design app called Canva.
Designing a real estate flyer using Canva is refreshingly easy. Better yet, once you’ve created your first flyer, you’ll have a template that you can use whenever you have a new property to market.
In this guide, we’ll show you how to design your own real estate flyer, from choosing the right background color to adding pictures of your property, persuasive copy, and your contact information.
The holiday season and the end of 2014 are rapidly approaching and it can be challenging time in which to think of ways to garner attention for your real estate business. This week’s quick tip can help you get in front of your sphere of influence with some relevant, attention-grabbing information. Start working on it now, though, before you get distracted by the holidays yourself!
Consider doing an “annual report flyer” for your neighborhood or community. Wrap up the year with interesting factoids, stories, events, community service, and real estate results.
November is a great month for marketing your business. With two public holidays, each offering the opportunity to get in touch with your target market, and the beginning of the pre-Christmas season, marketing opportunities are numerous in November.
In this post, we’ll share four creative and effective reasons to send your direct mail postcards in November. From significant public holidays to seasonal weather changes, read on to learn why November is a great time to launch your campaign.
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Sometimes coming up with the right words to communicate with your audience can be tough, and it’s no different with direct mail postcards. Fortunately, there are some tried and true techniques that you can always fall back on when you find yourself at a loss for words.
Try incorporating the word “free” into your next direct mail campaign and see what happens to your response.
Did you know that Baby Boomers control 70% of all disposable income? The Baby Boomer demographic is arguably the most valuable of all for marketers due to its combination of significant buying power, openness to new brands, and high direct mail response rate.
In this guide, we’ll share four techniques that you can use to reach Baby Boomers through your direct mail postcards. Discover how you can make your marketing strategy Boomer-friendly and profitable.
Let’s be honest. Have you created a marketing plan for your real estate business, or are you just flying by the seat of your pants? If you’re just rolling with the punches, don’t worry – you’re not alone and we’re here to help.
Watch this video to learn 8 simple steps that can help you create a marketing plan; one that you can use to measure your success.
A frequently challenged marketing myth is that it’s becoming increasingly difficult to reach young people via traditional marketing. Many marketers are seemingly convinced that Generations X and Y simply won’t respond to traditional marketing tactics.
From TV and radio to direct mail, the reality is that the most effective ways to reach Gen X and Y are surprisingly traditional. Yes, there’s social media, email, and several other digital platforms; there’s also traditional direct mail marketing.
77% of Generation X and 63% of Generation Y consumers have purchased products via direct mail. The idea that today’s young adults don’t respond well to non-digital marketing couldn’t be further from the truth.
In this guide, we’ll share four simple but effective tactics that you can use to reach Generation X (people born from 1965 to the mid-1980s) and Generation Y (people born from the early 1980s onwards) using direct mail postcards.
Have you thought about using Pinterest to market your real estate business, but don’t know where to start? Here’s a quick overview of how to use the social network, including some Pinterest real estate marketing ideas. This introduction to Pinterest can be applied to other small businesses as well.
How have you used Pinterest to market your small business?