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I create my own. I am not interested in templated generic newsletters.
Anthony Acosta - ALLAT...
I don't send newsletters but if I did, the content and information would be generated by me so it was customized to our local market.
Anthony Acosta - ALLAT...
Up until 2015, I sent a newsletter that I created every other month. A few years ago I initiated an e-newsletter which became much easier for most of my sphere. 2015 was so busy, I sent one in January and one in December. I send the e-newsletters out through Constant Contact.
I've never participated in creating newsletters.....
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We did and received no responses other than unsubscribes so we stopped.
I used one for many years. You will get the best results with your personal reports.
Not currently using a monthly newsletter. When I did, I created my own, since much of the competition used templates!
No, I do not.
Good morning Anthony. I use 220 Marketing, I also get my website through them, everything included it is $99 per month.
No, I do not have a monthly newsletter.
Anthony Acosta not the newsletter - however, monthly Item Of Value is what I send from my Referralmaker Pro from Buffini & Company .
I send an email newsletter...used to use the California Association of Realtors Newsletter but they got to be difficult at best... so I switched and it is Fidelity Title and it is simple and easy not painful...
I have never been convinced of the value in sending out a newsletter. and the stack of unread newsletters on my desk is a constant reminder of the futility of them.
I email one and it includes links to blogs and community news and an "editorial" of sorts
I don't but have been considering. Interested to hear what people are using, prices, and how successful it is. Cost and content are important issues
We had a monthly newsletter for a few years. We printed them ourselves, then eventually found a local printer. We switched to post cards.
we write our own, print and mail
I do a general real estate report on a monthly basis and share it.
Honestly, I think you will have better engagement with a newsletter you create yourself. Having local news and stories about yourself (personal not business) will get you more attention. At first, it will take time, but after a while, you will have a formula and it will go quickly. Or you can hire out a majority of it.
One creates his/her own and offer recipes. Sponsorship from local business people with coupons. Your letter will stay......
I haven't used a newsletter in several years. I receive a few from lenders and even some other agents and an not overly impressed with any of them.
Yes. My franchise has one that I use. For realtors I create my own. and, for CRM purposes, I have created my own stream (using ActiveCampaign.com).
Our clients use Rezora. You can customize it to your brand's look, and they have good customer service. A