With the country preparing to reopen, virtual open houses will likely continue to be implemented going forward. This is actually a good thing because it will allow you as a real estate agent to reach outside of your normal boundaries. Doing virtual tours gives you viewers not just within your country, but across the globe. The number one key when it comes to virtual tours is making sure that you freshen up on your digital skills, because any good virtual tour starts with a lot of digital marketing.
As a global pandemic surrounds each and every one of us, many are forced to venture into unfamiliar waters when it comes to business. More companies are conducting business exclusively online, employees are working from home, and consumers have limited access to the traditional marketing techniques they would encounter every day. This uncharted territory has left many corporations wondering how to best reach their clients, stay relevant, and keep costs down. The answer is email marketing. The real estate industry is no stranger to email marketing, however, it is more important now than ever to do it right, and efficiently.
The biggest thank you an agent can receive is a referral, but how do you inspire your clients to make the referral? We talked about a few ways in this blog post, but today we're talking about the idea of empathy maps. Empathy maps are a great way to get inside the mind of your buyer or seller, and then cater to their specific needs.
With everyone staying at home and social distancing, how do real estate agents remain relevant with their clients and prospects? According to NAR, 90% of buyers say they will use their agents again. Yet, only 12% do, per Chris Stuart, CEO of HSF Affiliates, LLC. Agents and brokerages have the ability to improve that, and it exists with the contacts you already know.
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Digital marketing platform, rezora, announced today that it's unique email marketing capabilities have found a new way to serve the community during the COVID-19 pandemic - by helping clinicians remain connected to the friends and families of patients at The Enclave, a transitional rehabilitation community located in San Antonio, TX.