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So You Got the Listing. Now What?

October 04 2016

adwerx got listing now what 1Jason WaltersJason Walters is a Keller Williams agent in Ventura County, California. He's also an active Lab Coat Agent, sharing his insights and experience freely and in a fun way. We want to share his post with some tech tips on how to get it SOLD!

Staging

This, to me, is one of the most important things. Don't have the budget for staging? How about VIRTUAL STAGING? Some people don't like it, but I'd rather have virtual than empty in most cases. Make sure you include the before and after photos. Here are some companies to choose from.

Virtual Tours

Please, please, please, no more slideshows with corny music! These days, it's all about virtual reality 360° walkthroughs. Some feel that it will bring fewer showings, but it definitely depends on the property. Here are a couple options for you:

Video

ITS ALL ABOUT VIDEO!  I'm sure you keep hearing this over and over. Video posts have 135% greater organic reach than photo posts. It's best to find a local videographer on Vimeo or by doing a search...but here are a few companies that stand out to me that might be available in your area.

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Landing Page

If you really want to impress your clients, make a website for your property. Sounds hard and expensive—but it's not! There are companies out there with some amazing templates that take no time at all.

Also, make sure you get a custom domain name for like $20 from GoDaddy, such as 123mainst.com. Here is one of my favorite landing page companies: Leads2ListingLeads2Listing.

Pay-Per-Click Ads

Want MAXIMUM exposure for your listings? You have to pay to play! No listing should be without some Facebook Ads. Run some in your geographic area, run some to your database using 'Custom Audiences' and run some to where you think potential buyers might come from.

Have a video? Run some YouTube ads, as well. You can also run some Google Ads—but I have found these to be a little trickier. Want the easy solution to Google Ads? Try AdwerxAdwerx!

That's it for today. Have some really cool out of the box tech ideas? I'd love to hear about them. Used any of these companies before? How was your experience? Tell us in the comments below!

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