The property market is an ever-changing landscape filled with trends and fluctuations that can impact investors, buyers and sellers alike. A property market update is a valuable tool that provides a snapshot of the state of the current market, recent trends and future predictions. Certain key elements in a market update help educate, prompt and […]
Today, investing in at least some form of digital marketing is a necessity for any business that wants to get noticed in a highly competitive digital marketing ecosystem. However, there is another very important element that is often forgotten, namely monitoring online performance.
Your real estate agent bio does a lot more than introduce you to potential clients. It helps buyers and sellers determine if they’ll use your services for their real estate needs.
Like any ecosystem, it’s important that all the elements are working in harmony to get the best results, and in this blog, we explore how your digital marketing ecosystem supports interactions between yourself and your customers and prospects.
In this digital age, online testimonials and reviews are more important than ever, but many agents aren’t proactively chasing and using testimonials in their regular marketing activities.
There are a number of lead magnets you can create, and they don’t all require a lot of time to produce. Below, we outline some lead magnet ideas, with examples, to get your creative juices flowing.
Trying to master all available types of digital marketing can quickly become overwhelming, so to help you focus your efforts on the digital channels most likely to benefit your agency, we examine 6 of the most commonly used and provide recommendations on those best suited for real estate agents.
The digital world is expanding every day… new channels of communication and digital tools are popping up at an increasing rate. The important thing to remember as a small business that not every channel will be where your customer wants to interact with you.
Getting into digital marketing can be overwhelming for a lot of people, especially real estate agents who are used to doing “non digital” marketing.
The Covid-19 pandemic threw us all a curveball in the worlds of real estate and marketing. But the marketing that you used to navigate this challenging year won’t have the same power in the new year. Here’s why you should be thinking about how to update and enhance your marketing campaign for 2021.