With over 1.3 billion members worldwide, Facebook remains the largest social network site in the world. As a Real Estate Agent, that is a large pond to market to. According to the 2013-14 REALTOR® Technology Survey Report, the majority of REALTORS® who do use social media for their real estate business tend to use it … Continue reading Survival Guide for Facebook for REALTORS
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30 Tweet-able Topics
We've complied a list of '30 Thing to Tweet About' to help you along!
5 Emails EVERY Real Estate Agent Should Send To Every Lead
Newsletters Newsletters allows you to share recent news, updates, and listings with your prospective clients without clogging up their social media feeds. Newsletters can combine your latest blog posts, ebooks, updated landing pages, or even current listings into one, easy to read message. Consider branding your newsletter to make it memorable for your readers. Instead … Continue reading 5 Emails EVERY Real Estate Agent Should Send To Every Lead
Getting Results From Your Real Estate Website
By adding and updating content on your real estate Website, you will gain loyal followers and will build organic leads.
Lead Stream – Lead Management at its Best!
As part of our continuing efforts to improve lead management, RE/Advantage has introduced its newest product called Lead Stream. Lead Stream allows the office administrator to set up an agent roster and configure it to auto stream leads to the agents. When a lead is generated through the site, the lead will be sent to … Continue reading Lead Stream – Lead Management at its Best!
10 Things to Remember as the Housing Market Recovers
Re-posted from an article on realtor.org, immediate past NAR president Ron Phipps had a few things to say to real estate professionals who survived the housing market over the past several years: The economy cannot recover without housing. Everyone needs shelter, but not everyone needs to own their shelter. High home ownership rates are important … Continue reading 10 Things to Remember as the Housing Market Recovers