If you’re looking to stay top of mind or get back in touch with cold leads, then you’re in the right place. These free checklists are perfect to share with leads, clients, and prospects on Facebook, through email, or as a printout. They will show your clients how to freshen up their home in time for spring or, if they’re thinking about selling, how to get their effects in order so they can get a better price for their home. Continue reading
When you have hundreds of contacts that you send regular correspondence to (like a monthly newsletter or open house invitations), a well organized contact list can have a powerful impact on your lead conversion rate. Start organizing your leads and contacts now so you can leverage them through focused email campaigns later.
Your Homes.com Connect lead management system is preloaded with 15 categories you can use to organize your contacts. You can add any of your contacts to multiple categories, so take time this spring to make sure each of your contacts is grouped with the categories that make the most sense for their situation. Need a new category? No problem! Making categories is easy. Continue reading
Creating fresh, unique content is an easy way to make an impact and grow your social media audience. However, coming up with content ideas to write about can be hard! Instead of spending hours trying to come up with new topics for your social channels and blog, check back with us each month for a list of ideas you can expand upon. Find April’s topics below to get started!
*Tip: Use hashtags (#) to help people outside of your normal social reach find your content. Continue reading
You may have already heard that Homes.com is offering a free monthly newsletter in the Email Marketing Center. What you may not have heard are where the articles for your newsletter come from and how much control you actually have. While your free newsletter is ready to send out as is, we want to make sure you have the ability to make any changes you want to ensure the newsletter is a valuable lead nurturing tool for your business. Continue reading
There are many ways to stay in touch with your database, such as newsletters, text messages, posting fresh online content, and phone calls. Another option is social media outreach. These days, people who aren’t active on at least one social site are rare. Make it a habit to friend or follow your clients on their preferred social site. Once you do, you will have instant access to important goings-on in their lives as well as an easy way to get in touch with them any time. Continue reading