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How To Enhance Your Real Estate Marketing By Segmenting Your Contacts

Posted by Gary David Hall on Dec 11, 2017 8:02:00 AM

In an industry like real estate, where relationships are essential to success, you can’t rely on mass marketing strategies alone. Sure, that big monthly email campaign to your entire sphere of influence (SOI) is important for staying in touch...but you also need to connect with each individual on a more personal level. You need a micro marketing strategy.

That’s where segmenting comes into play.

In this blog post, learn how segmenting your contacts in your real estate CRM will allow you to create marketing messages that are much more targeted and personal.

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5 Steps To Building Your 2018 Real Estate Marketing Budget

Posted by Jon Yourkin on Dec 5, 2017 9:29:40 AM

It's that time of year again—the time when real estate agents should be figuring out how much marketing it's going to take to meet or beat their goals in the coming year.

Here at Realvolve, we’ve started outlining our goals and initiatives for next year, so I thought I would share some insight on how you can build your real estate marketing budget for 2018. We realize most of you might not have a marketing team behind you, but these 5 quick steps can really help simplify your budgeting process.

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An Imperfect Understanding of Where Real Estate Relationships Come From

Posted by Jon Yourkin on Sep 18, 2017 9:18:13 AM
One of my all-time favorite movies is Moneyball, adapted from Michael Lewis’s book Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game. In the first pivotal scene of the movie, Peter Brand explains to Billy Beane, the Oakland A's general manager, that the current methods of building a winning baseball team might be backwards.

“People who run ball clubs, they think in terms of buying players. Your goal shouldn’t be to buy players, your goal should be to buy wins. And in order to buy wins, you need to buy runs.”

Brand goes on to say that, when he looks at the way teams are currently managed, he sees “an imperfect understanding of where runs come from.”

Moneyball tells the story of how Beane built a winning team without paying outrageous salaries for the so-called top players. The same thinking can be applied to your real estate business: Your goal shouldn't be to buy leads; in order to win clients, you need relationships.

But the problem many agents face is an imperfect understanding of where relationships—authentic, meaningful relationships—come from.

The truth is, they can't be bought. Relationships must be nurtured, over time.

In this post, I’ll pull back the curtain a bit and show you how, here at Realvolve, we've designed a solid marketing strategy that you can use to build relationships that will drive more business.

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