Real Estate Marketing Strategies to Embrace in 2021

| Marketing Strategy | 5 Min Read

The events of 2020 changed the world, and hopefully, your marketing has changed too as a result. As you build your marketing plan for 2021, here are some of the areas you should consider building into your strategy.

Real Estate Marketing Strategies to Embrace in 2020

| Marketing Strategy | 5 Min Read

As a real estate agent, the title of marketing specialist is one of the many hats you have to wear on a daily basis. As part of your marketing strategy, here are a few things you should consider doing in 2020.

Building a Real Estate Voice Content Strategy Using Amazon Alexa

| Marketing Strategy | 10 Min Read

Voice technology is everywhere. Amazon’s Alex, Google Home, Siri. Chances are you’ve heard of it. In my opinion, though, right now that same technology is one of the most under-utilized in real estate. Here’s how you can take advantage of that.

Leveraging Marketing Automation as Part of Your Real Estate Lead Generation Strategy

| Marketing Strategy | 5 Min Read

Because a real estate agent’s day is typically chaotic and busy, marketing automation can fill in a lot of the blanks for you and work behind the scenes to nurture their databases.

Building an Effective Email Newsletter Strategy

| Lead Generation | 4 Min Read

Your digital newsletter should inform, inspire, and engage your subscribers. Your audience should be excited to get it in their inbox. Email marketing is still a critical component of any marketing strategy and your newsletter should have an impact on your database. Here’s how to develop an effective newsletter strategy.

Do You Need a Chat Option on Your Real Estate Website?

| Marketing Strategy | 3 Min Read

When it comes to having a chat function on your website, there are a ton of options out there. But do you actually need it on a real estate website? The short answer is yes, at least in some capacity.

Essential Tools for Auditing A Real Estate Website’s Success

| Marketing Strategy | 4 Min Read

When you first launch your website, even if an experienced company builds it, everything should be considered to be in a testing phase, and you need to audit how the user is actually using it to determine what you need to change.