If you speak a foreign language, say Portuguese for example, and you need more real estate prospects, please do this. Google "Portuguese speaking Real Estate Agent in Your City". Who comes up? I hope the answer is you.
If the answer is not you, can you solve that problem? Do you perceive that as a problem? If you do perceive this as a problem, the solution is simple. Post a video on You Tube of you speaking in Portuguese introducing yourself as a Realtor that is ready to solve your viewer's real estate problem. Stand in front of a real estate sign with your contact information on it.
The title of this video is important. If you were looking for a Portuguese speaking Realtor, what would you type into Google's search bar? There is your title for your You Tube video. What if you decide to title your video " Portuguese speaking real estate agent in Your City, Your State". Maybe another prospect might put into Google," Real estate agent from Brazil in Your City, Your State" Could you post another video with that title?
You could post several videos with different titles. Maybe a good tile would be "Portuguese Speaking Real Estate Agent from Rio De Janerio in Your City, Your State"
If you are not getting enough prospect calls from the internet, here is a simple easy way to expotenially increase your exposure and your results. This is so little effort.
Posting a video is easy and so very effective. Writing a blogpost in Portuguese may be a little more effort. You can post videos and write blogposts about any subject that you suspect your potential prospect may be interested in. With every blogpost and every video, you put a link back to your website. In a very short time, when someone Googles "Portuguese real estate agent in Your City,Your State", your video or your blog or your website will pop up number one page one.
Can you think of any reason why you would NOT want to do this? Here on Active Rain, we consider it rude to post links in comments that promote yourself. If you accept this advice and post a video in another language, feel free to post a link to it in the comments to this article. I would love to see it.
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