real estate thank you card: 5 Ways to Use Your Real Estate CRM to Get Noticed - 01/08/14 11:39 PM
As a REALTOR®, how do you differentiate yourself from a crowd of lookalikes? Along with many other things, a real estate CRM can help you get noticed, build relationships with your sphere of influence (SOI), and position yourself as an expert in your field – someone who buyers and sellers would love to work with.
So, here are five ways you can use your CRM to get noticed:
1. Send out a monthly e-Newsletter
A great monthly e-Newsletter will help you establish trust, credibility, and expertise with real estate leads and clients. And of course, it’s a fantastic way to stay in touch … (6 comments)

real estate thank you card: 10 Real Estate Contact Management Tips Every REALTOR® Should Know - 07/18/13 02:06 AM
Below are 10 key real estate contact management facts every Realtor should know. What you’ll read has been pulled from various articles on our popular blog, The Real Estate Contact Management & Marketing Blog. Enjoy:
1. Maximize the chances your email marketing will get through by using a dedicated email service provider (ESP). A good real estate CRM will utilize a dedicated ESP, which will really help your deliverability rates.
2. Host client appreciation events and housewarming parties. They’re great loyalty builders and they’ll give you an opportunity to meet some new real estate leads.
3. Google Plus is the second largest … (0 comments)

real estate thank you card: 8 Amazing Ways to Keep in Touch With Your Past Clients - 06/25/13 01:27 AM
You likely already know why you need to keep in touch with past clients; they’re great sources of referrals and can bring repeat business to you year after year. And remember, it takes five times more time and money to retain an existing client then to go out and get a new one.
But think about all of your past clients. It’s probable that a small percentage (perhaps 20%) of these clients give you most (80% or more) of your referrals and repeat business. This is an example of Parato’s Principle; the so-called “80-20” rule.
How well you keep in touch … (3 comments)

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