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Booming Marketing Trends in Real Estate
Real estate marketing is evolving at a rapid pace, and in such a competitive environment, real estate agents need to be at the forefront of cutting-edge trends to appeal to the needs of their evolving clientele. Hot markets, fluctuating demand, evolving technology, and new generations of homeowners all play a role in shaping the real estate market – and how agents approach it. Competition forces creativity The housing market has made global headlines with its scorching hot listings – but it has also shown how aggressive the space can be for Realtors to compete in, and is forcing them to get really creative with listings. Using this market as an example, some agents have started to offer a night out as a thank you to clients, a membership for a year at a local gym or fitness club, the free use of a drone for showing the property, complimentary staging – even going as far as slashing their commissions. While this isn't always displayed as a best practice, it just goes to show some of the extreme examples real estate sales professionals have to deal with in order to get new business in a very competitive arena. While some of these can serve as good value propositions, especially to the Millennial buyers who enjoy the perks, they can sometimes appear more as a cosmetic perk rather than reflecting the true value you offer as an agent. These four marketing trends are defining the real estate space – and agents should take note: The discovery process is digital Have you ever heard the mantra, "Content is King?" Content is at the heart of all marketing strategies as one of the most effective methods of getting more eyes to your website. It generates low-cost leads, organic traffic and helps qualify your prospects. If there isn't enough compelling content online that signifies why you stand out from the competition and what you offer – you'll be passed by in a few clicks. Facebook advertising is growing Real estate professionals are realizing the benefits of devoting a portion of their budget to Facebook Ads to run individualized ad campaigns targeting their specific segments. This approach is proving to be a powerful return on quality leads and conversions. Real estate professionals must master content marketing Generic content won't cut it nowadays – it has to be hyper-focused to tailor to the clients' specific needs. And with Google sharpening their algorithm every year, it places a very high emphasis on quality and useful content, and how to target it properly to address the needs of your audience. Ebooks, infographics, video series, webinars and blogs have become the Holy Grail in terms of effectively communicating your value and using them as pieces to help nurture prospects along. That goes back to the reason why a "one-size-fits-all" content solution won't work, because a twentysomething first-time homeowner isn't looking for content that relates more to an empty nester edging towards retirement – it has to be hyper-focused. More agents will turn to marketing automation Wise Realtors learned long ago that they can't manually contact every single lead consistently – but they knew they could rely on technology to do that for them. The fact of the matter is you can spend zero time transferring a new lead to your CRM and email marketing software and have them added to an ongoing lead drip system. Another misconception that many agents have is they believe that premium real estate marketing software will break the bank – which is not true at all. It's time to debunk this myth once and for all. To view the original article, visit the IXACT Contact
Lead Conversion for Real Estate Leads Not Answering Their Phones
Imagine it is the middle of the day, you are on your lunch break, scrolling through your Facebook newsfeed and suddenly you get a call from an "Unknown Caller." What do you do? Do you pick it up? Or do you let it go to voicemail? If you said you would let your call from an Unknown Caller go straight to voicemail, then you understand the mindset of the average real estate lead. Most people will not answer a phone call from a number they don't recognize. You are likely to still let it go straight to voicemail, even if it is from a person you know. Here are some fun facts: 80% of all calls go to voicemail. 90% of first-time voicemails are never returned.(source: RingLead) If you are the type of agent that makes phone numbers required on your website's lead capture form, what should you do to make sure your lead answers the phone? This is a method you can use. Feel free to alter it to match your personality or style. After you call your leads, we recommend having a CRM with email and/or social media nurturing software to maintain the engagement of your leads, regardless if you can talk to them or not. Here are five lead conversion steps for unresponsive real estate leads: 1. On Your First Call, Don't Leave a Voicemail It is unlikely that your real estate lead will pick up the phone. Some people will be prone to google the number that just called them. This may help your cause if you have your phone number displayed on your site. Don't sweat it if they don't pick up, move on to the next step. 2. 5-10 Minutes Later, Call Your Lead and Leave a Voicemail If they see the same number calling them a second time, there is a higher chance that they will answer. It is not guaranteed they will answer. If they don't, you will want to leave a voicemail. 3. Call Each Lead Once a Day for the Next 2 Days, Leave Voicemails You should not automatically disqualify the lead, if they did not answer the phone on the first day you tried to contact them. Working online leads can be tedious and will require persistence. It is important that you continue calling them just to check in, even if you already spoke with them. 4. Call Each Lead Once a Week for the Following 3 Weeks Continue checking in on your lead. If you have talked to your lead already, this is a great way to show them you appreciate them and want to provide good service. Call just to check in. If they have still been unresponsive, then don't worry about it! They are likely still doing their research and are not ready to talk to you yet. Continue contacting these leads, as responsiveness is a highly admired quality in a real estate agent. Show these leads that you have not forgotten about them, and that you will be there for when they are ready to open up. 5. Call Each Lead Once a Month for the Next 3 Months After the first month, start contacting leads on a monthly basis. Home buyers can take a few months to incubate into a transaction. Give them some space as they are likely still researching. Remind them of the resources available on your website, and let them know you can answer any questions they have. Buying a house is expensive, and homebuyers will want to do all their research on homes in the area before making any commitments. They will also want to do research on you as an agent. Don't dismiss these leads due to being unresponsive. If you stop calling them, they will go to one of your competitors instead. When calling leads, you are applying for a job with somebody you have never met. Therefore, be assertive and sensitive to their needs. To view the original article, visit the Zurple
The Online App that Can Take Your Real Estate Marketing to the Next Level
"Whether it's a buyer's guide or a seller's guide, consumers are always wanting to know information in regards to what the process is going to look like and what they can expect," says Florida Realtor Loida Velasquez. Loida uses beautiful, self-designed guides to both educate clients and capture real estate leads. In the video above, Loida shares the app she uses to turn her guides into eye-catching flipbooks that make her stand out from competing agents. Watch to learn how she uses QR codes and lead capture to take her marketing to the next