Marketing Doesn't Stop When Summer Is Over
The end of the year is within sight and there is much to be done to finish the year accomplishing all planned tasks. I love Halloween and could do themed marketing for this holiday all month long. But this is a busy time of the year for me with conferences, preparing for the annual NAR Convention, finalizing local Association business and teaching and preparing new classes to teach. There is of course regular real estate, too.
I am also busy working with new builders getting new homes on the market before cold weather sets in. So for October, I will do a series of blog posts about fall, pumpkins and Halloween. I will also send a mass email that will be flavored in the spirit of Halloween and its festivities.
Thanksgiving is becoming my favorite time of the year as I tend to focus on blessings and even the smallest things I have learned to be thankful for. My Thanksgiving cactus blooms reminding me that nature is given by God and he creates truly beautiful things.
One thing I do is send a Thanksgiving letter or card to my clients and customers. I feel that they are blessings to me and tell them so. This is also the time I send out my refrigerator magnets to get them in the hands of my people early and before the hustle of the holidays really begins.
December is officially Christmas time and a busy time to finish up the year. Parties, shopping and extra cooking and baking become part of my routine. I love sharing my baking and I like to bake bread and cinnamon rolls as gifts. I buy dozens of pans to fill with my breads and rolls and add a little festive touch as I wrap them up.
I bake them in big batches (it makes my house smell wonderful) starting the first week of the month and deliver each one soon after they have been baked. My favorite vendors and agent associates as well as clients, friends and customers are the recipients. I no longer send Christmas or holiday cards as I prefer the personal visits, calls and reach outs my baking allows me to have.
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