NEWS FROM THE NEST
Marketing can make or break your business goals. When you have a good handle on marketing yourself, you can consistently exceed client expectations by knowing how to connect with them and help them make a buying decision. However, falling short could hurt your bottom line and, in turn, your ability to stick out amongst a sea of competition. To make your marketing efforts work for you, you’ll have to get to know all the do’s and don’ts of a good marketing strategy.
With January approaching, it’s time to start planning your marketing tactics for next year. Creating the perfect year-end marketing plan can be overwhelming, especially if you don’t know where to start.
The purpose of the plan is to help you analyze your success over the last year, the current environment of the market you’re in, and how competitors stack up against you when it comes to customer needs. We aim to help make it easier to understand and help you create one as it can significantly benefit your business.
There’s a new social media in town, and if you haven’t yet had the chance to experience it, you may not be aware of what it is, what it can do, and why you should be using it. The site is Threads, Instagram’s “rival to Twitter.”
Marketing is a vital piece of business success, and developing meaningful client relationships that translate into deals can be challenging without the right marketing strategy. A lot goes into marketing, from the methods you choose to use to the results you want to glean.
The Importance of Consistent Marketing. One often overlooked piece of the marketing puzzle is consistency. Consistency in marketing is more than just posting on your social media sites at the same time every day. Several factors go into marketing yourself to potential clients, each as important as the last.
People know that giving over their email addresses leaves them vulnerable to a barrage of unrelated content they want nothing to do with. That’s why, in today’s day and age, people are particular about who they give their email to. Protecting their inbox is at the top...
Many people who use social media post content hoping it will drum up likes. While likes are important, they’re not the be-all-end-all when using social media as a marketing tool.
Real estate marketing is complex, especially in the digital age. Before the breakout of the online world, many REALTORS®️ had to do things the old-fashioned way—word of mouth, referrals, and ads in local newspapers.
One often overlooked site is Pinterest. Pinterest is an app that people use to share images, animated GIFs, and videos for inspiration or motivation.
Instagram is a great way to get your name out there. However, it can be a lot of work without reward if you're not using it correctly. To increase your Instagram engagement to help build your client list, you’ll have to focus on several essential facets of using the...
The Top 10 Mistakes We See REALTORS® making
Marketing, design and business management are not typically the reason you get into real estate. Relationships and selling dreams are more like it.
Download the top 10 mistakes we see REALTORS® making.