One of the issues I help clients with a lot lately is how to start a blog. Many real estate pros are already pretty clued in on why blogging can be so powerful when it comes to marketing. It's a highly personal, highly leveraged, very inexpensive way to reach a large number of people.
If you happen to be sold on blogging but aren't sure where to get started, I hear ya. I hear that question daily. As a real estate pro, maybe you want to start a blog, but you...
- Aren't sure how to set one up.
- Aren't sure how to get traffic.
- Don't know how to make the site look great. And maybe you feel you don't have the skills to set up a site yourself?
- Maybe you're not sure how to build an email list with a blog.
- Aren't sure how to create a blog that people actually want to read...you know, one that will actually BRING IN BUSINESS, and not just sit there.
These are all important concerns, so I created a video training course that walks you through the entire process, step-by-step. From the beginning where you don't have a blog at all through to the point where you're up and running, bringing in new leads. I have it all covered.
It's a 12 day video training course that covers all these concerns I mentioned plus a lot more. I hope you take advantage of it. For the time being I'm giving the course away at no cost. You can get details and grab your free video training here:
If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment. I put this together because a lot of the real estate pros I talk to out there are struggling with this issue, and I really think this course will answer your questions, put your concerns to rest and show you exactly how to get results with a business blog.
I get anywhere from 20-100 new leads a day exclusively through blog marketing. You've probably heard this before, but there is a right way and a wrong way to do everything! Let me show you the right way to get started. Blogging has become the cornerstone of my marketing, and the awesome thing is it costs me basically $7 a month. How does that compare with what you're doing now? Let me know what you think :-)