As a real estate agent, the amount you should spend on marketing will depend entirely on your income and the resources you have at your disposal. Most agents suggest you spend about 10% of your commission income on marketing. But if you’re just getting started, that might not amount to

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As a real estate agent, you’re running your own business, and you’re likely paying for your own marketing as well. It’s good practice to track the ROI of your marketing from the moment you start. Sometimes, agents will start a marketing campaign with a modest budget. Over time, that budget may

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If you stay up to date on all the latest customer service developments, you might have heard the term “customer engagement hub” before. If you haven’t, don’t worry! This article walks you through  both what the concept is and how best to implement it in a small- to mid-sized real

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Whether you are trying to build your brokerage or choose one to work for, understanding the best practices that support top brokerages successful. These six suggestions are based on the best practices of successful brokerages. Whether you’re a broker or an agent, keep them in mind when you are looking

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How's your online business presence? If your Real Estate business isn't listed in these five places online, it's not as successful as it could be. 1. Your own personal, professional website This might seem obvious, but this is the #1 place online to list your real estate business.  This doesn’t refer to

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Facebook has a lot to offer your real estate business, but to gather those benefits—to generate leads from Facebook—you need to have the right kind of profile. You need a business page that’s separate from your personal one. You might have heard that business Facebook pages are waste of time for

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While social media posts, blog content, and listing advertisements are important to expanding a real estate agent's sphere of influence, it’s testimonials that really convince leads to buy and sell with you.   Why Do Testimonials Matter? Because they build trust. Buying or selling a home is a huge commitment, and clients want

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