customer relationship manager: The Power of a Real Estate CRM – Why Making Multiple Contacts Matters! - 05/08/15 01:26 AM
As a real estate professional, you spend considerable money on marketing solutions. It may be tempting, especially for newer agents, to forgo a customer relationship management system. But this isn’t feasible long-term, and manual follow-up won’t give you the same results! Here’s why having a robust real estate CRM is one of the best moves you can make for your business!
1. Multiple contacts. In recent years, Microsoft conducted a marketing study that examined the ratio of customer “touch” to sales. In a nutshell, the study shows that more contact you make with a prospect, the more likely they are to do business … (2 comments)

customer relationship manager: Why Outlook Shouldn’t Be Your Real Estate CRM - 04/17/15 03:26 AM
Walk into an office and there’s a good chance the employees are using Microsoft Outlook as their primary work email provider. And for good reason! It’s a wonderful email service; we even use it as an email provider at IXACT Contact.  However, Microsoft Outlook is not functional as a real estate CRM.
Maybe you’re considering using Microsoft Outlook for real estate contact management, or perhaps you’re already using it and have discovered that Outlook just doesn’t cut it.  A true real estate CRM is specifically designed to help you build a referrals-based business by making it easy to keep in touch with … (5 comments)

 
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Enjoy our tips and ideas on how to create a successful referrals-based business using a real estate CRM. Keeping in touch, building relationships, generating new leads, and staying organized and in control - we cover it all, and more! The blog posts are written by myself and other members of the IXACT Contact team.


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