How to Add a Referral Link to Your Email Signature
I won't take credit for creating this referral link in my email signature but I do want to share this tip I found on the internet on how to add a referral link to your email signature.
Instead of the traditional referral taglines, you can create an immediate call to action in your email signature which includes a link that automatically sends a pre-written email referring your business. All the referrer has to do is click the link, enter a valid email address of the person they want to refer and click send! The subject line and body of email has already been prewritten by you!
It's that simple. It took me less than 5 minutes! Here's an example referral link in your email signature:
P.S. The biggest compliment I can receive is a referral. Click here to help your friends and family have a smoother real estate transaction.
Be sure to click the click here above to see an example of the referral email. You can create your own referral email here. One of the most important fields is the cc: field. Be sure to include your email address in that field so you can track your referrals. Also uncheck the second option: include tag in results. Be aware that if you change the wording or subject line after you copied and pasted the link, you must clear the details and create a new link then copy and paste it again.
You can read the original article on How To Get Real Estate Referrals Like A Top Producer With One Simple Change In Your Business.
Watch the video on How to Get More Real Estate Referrals With One Simple Change to Your Email Signature:
I'd love to hear if you have other ways to create and add a referral link in your email signature!