Pinterest is a pinboard site that you can share a variety of different things and you must see to understand. For real estate professionals, beware this can be addicting and quite fun! We suggest maybe starting to play around with Pinterest on your free time just in case you get distracted with all the fun during working hours.
Stay tuned for our Pinterest for Real Estate Professionals blog series! This blog will show you how to get started. In our next Pinterest blog we will tell you at least 10 ways you can use this great site for your business and our 3rd Pinterest blog will include etiquette rules.
First things first, let’s show you how to get started. You will need an invitation to the site; just email us email@example.com with the subject line “Amber invite me to Pinterest” or ask one of your “Pin” pals to invite you!
Install the Pin it Button
After your account is created this “Pin It” button will be the tool that grabs the image from the site you are pinning and paste it for you on Pinterest.
Have you ever wondered how to be the top Agent?
Sue Adler, #1 Keller Williams in New Jersey sat down with Secrets of Top Selling Agents and Homes.com to share how she created her consumer-centric business through social media, video, website engagement, and her team. Wow, did Sue have amazing ways to show your consumer its about them and not the sale! This is what’s important to her, and this is how she became #1. If you didn’t have a chance to watch the webinar you can find it here along with many others previously aired. Watching the webinar will be the best way to see the how Sue Adler manages her consumer-centric business, but we have a short summary for you below!
Renowned speaker and broker-agent Brian Copeland will present a webinar on building your brand through video for theSecrets of Top Selling Agents WebinaronWednesday, April 27, 2011. Brian, who is affiliated with Village Real Estate Services in Nashville, TN, is the first documented real estate agent to use YouTube to promote a listing. I had the pleasure of interviewing Mr. Copeland about the role video marketing plays in his real estate business. According to him, “about 20-30 buyers came to him from video marketing in 2009.” That’s a great return on investment from this marketing tactic, especially in addition to the potential referrals he could see!
Before getting into the “how-to” of video marketing, there is one key reason you should know on the value of implementing video into your strategy. And that is because consumers are online and they expect to see real estate professionals there! As we mentioned in our article YouTube for Real Estate Professionals, approximately 84.6 % of internet users in the U.S, viewed online video in December 2010. Just think locally how many individuals that translates to! Continue reading →
Norfolk, Virginia, January 26, 2006 - Homes.com, an industry leader in innovative Internet marketing solutions for real estate professionals, has introduced a “New Homes” portal, to help builders highlight their properties and communities to homebuyers searching for homes on Homes.com.
Homes.com showcased this new section at the International Builder Show (IBS) in Orlando, FL earlier this month where builders from all areas of the country expressed a high level of interest in the new program. With the slowing of the real estate market, builders recognize even more than ever that they need to reach a wider audience of homebuyers and the Internet is an affordable and effective means of doing so. Continue reading →