100 Ways to Create Real Estate Leads And Convert Them To Sales

Ways to Create Real Estate Leads

100 Ways to Create Real Estate Leads And Convert Them To Sales

100 Ways to Create Real Estate Leads And Convert Them To Sales

How effective is your marketing? Whether buying, selling, or investing in real estate, marketing is essential to your success.

As an investor, the key fundamental element in the first level of your real estate investing business is creating systematic and consistent lead generation. If you are not focused on lead generation, you do not have a business, you have a hobby or a dream.

Your commitment to marketing is critical.  There are many different ways to create leads and here are about 100:

Accountants and CPA Firms:

  • They have clients with financial problems where an investor can be of help.

Advertising: Never stop. Use simple ads with a USP, Unique Selling Proposition: Quick Closing, All Cash etc., Buy Houses Ads, Newspapers, Flyers.

Attorneys: Attorneys know when people need money, often to pay their fees!  Not just probate but divorce, family law and real estate attorneys.

Auctions: Do your homework in advance. Auctions move very fast and a single mistake can be costly. Visit your local auction a few times to just observe. Know values and repair costs before bidding.

  • Foreclosure: Very risky, not for the newbie
  • Sheriff Sale: Same as Foreclosure
  • IRS Sales

Apparel with Logos: Hats, T-Shirts, Golf Shirts, Hand Bags

Appraisers: Often know what is, or is going to be, for sale

Bandit Signs: Check your local sign ordinances. Some places have no issue with them others do.

  • We Buy Houses
  • Stop Foreclosure

Bird Dogs:These people can be very valuable to your business. It is important to know your local laws about compensating unlicensed people.

“Blue Tarp” Houses: often blue tarps on roofs

Boarded up windows: or visible disrepair

Business Cards different types: one for seller, one for buyers, one for professionals (banker, attorney, CPA)

Builders Models: Frequently builders will sell a model home at a discount.

Real Estate Leads

Building Inspectors

Car & Truck Loans: Some folks would rather keep the wheels than a roof over their head. Buy here, pay here dealers can be a good lead source.

Car Repos: If the car is going the house isn’t far behind.

Carpet Cleaners: Many of their customers are preparing a house for sale.

Charitable Groups: Frequently receive gifts of real estate, but they’d rather have the cash.

City & County Inspectors: Code violations and red tags. If you develop a reputation of buying distressed properties and improving them, you become an asset to the community.

Classified Ads:

  • For Sale:  Look for Key Words – transferred, motivated, divorce, owner financing
  • Want to Buy
  • For Rent by Owner: Look for burned-out landlords

Condemned Houses: Many counties will provide you a free list.

Consumer Loan Companies: When their loans go bad they are frequently willing to deal rather than foreclose.

Courts: Eviction Filings, Probate Court, Divorce Cases, Tax Liens, Code Violations

Credit Repair Agencies & Counselors: Many times the only way someone can get their spending under control is to sell a house they can no longer afford.

Direct Mail: Pre-Foreclosure Letters, Probate Letters, Out of Town Owners, Post Cards, Bankruptcies, Divorce, Delinquent Taxes, Military Owners

Door Hangers: You can also use pre-printed post-it notes to leave messages at target properties. Be sure to advertise on both sides, you can even sell the back side and recover your advertising cost!

Door Knocking: Distribute flyers and go door-to-door asking residents if they know of anyone planning to move because you’d like to buy a house in their neighborhood!

Drive or walk Neighborhoods: Get to know them well and take notice of changes.

Estate Sales – often the real estate will also be available and perhaps with owner financing

Eviction Court: great place to find landlords

Expired Listings: Connect with an investor friendly Realtor



Family Members: talk about what you do and ask for referrals

Farming Local Areas: Become the local neighborhood expert.

Flyers: Cut your cost in half, print two to a page and distribute: Shopping Centers, Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Malls. Put on car windshields or pay someone to do it for you.

Friends: “Do you know anyone who wants to sell?” Most people know 2 people who will be buying or selling a home this year.

FSBO Signs: for sale by owner

Funeral Homes: Can be a good lead source before information on a decedent becomes public.

Garage Sales: Are they moving?

Hair Salons: Lots of talking going on during hair cuts!

Home Builders: Need to sell their buyers houses so they can close on the new place.

HUD Foreclosures:

Internet: Rent Clicks, EBay, Craig’s List, Wholesale Sites, Lead Services, USLeaseOption.com

Insurance Brokers: Policy changes from owner occupant to landlord or vacant house coverage.

Investor Packages: Investor who’s ready to retire and cash out their portfolio. May be able to negotiate seller financing as well as a discount.

Judgments: Check the public record or hire someone to do it for you.

Large Employers: Let them know you buy properties because if they need to transfer an employee, they don’t get stuck carrying the house. This can be good for renting executive properties for short-term transferees, too.

Lenders: Banks / REO’s: – Mortgage Brokers, Private Lenders, Hard Money Lenders

Ways to Create Real Estate Leads

Liened Properties: Mechanics Liens, HOA Liens, Tax Liens

Lis Pendens: Notice of a law suits, usually a foreclosure.

Lists: You can buy lists for anything you want to market to: pre-foreclosures, neighborhoods, properties with no mortgage, etc.

Magnetic Car Signs and Wraps: Check with your auto policy carrier as to whether or not this will affect your coverage. A rider may be required.

Market Bulletin Boards: Grocery stores, coffee shops, restaurants

Military Transfers: Military bases provide an excellent transient market for those needing to sell and buy off base housing

Mobile Homes: Get to know park managers. Banks don’t like mobile homes but they can become little cash cows. A special license is required if you’re going to get into the mobile home business.

Moving Companies



Neighborhood Newsletters

Networking: Other Investors, Call We Buy Houses ads & signs, Churches, Public Speaking, Investment Associations, Work, Clubs

Newspaper Carriers: Who see the vacant houses everyday?

Nursing & Retirement Homes: Frequently residents need to sell a house.

Pens: Buy cheap ones and leave them everywhere you go.

Pet Odors: If your home has housed a number of pets we may be the buyer for you.

Pizza Boxes: many sell advertising or sponsorship spots

Postman

Public Speaking: Rotary, Lyons and Kiwanis Clubs, Realtor meetings and other associations

Quit Claim Deeds: Are a sign that something has changed with the property.

Radio Ads or Show

Real Estate Agents

Referrals

Relocations: Great for Subject-to or buying on lease option

Rent Credit: Trade rent credit for a down payment

Rental Agents & Property Managers: Let them know you want to buy and also find a local manager. You buy, they manage…win/win!!

Retirees: A growing population with free and clear homes. Excellent prospects for seller financing.

Section 8 Landlords: Each county maintains a list

Short Sales

Social Media: A new way to get your message out: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube

Structural Damage: Once you know what you’re doing, you can buy at a rock bottom pricing.

Tax Deed Sale Properties: These do not come with title insurance so do your home work.

Tax Lien Certificate Properties

Termite & Pest Control Companies: Write a check and the termites die. Write another check and replace the damaged wood. May find great deals.

Title Companies: Not all transactions close like they are supposed to. Let the title companies know you can help in a pinch, for the right price.

Trading Up: Trade your newly renovated property at retail for a property down the block that you can buy wholesale. Try a sign that says “Will Take Your House In Trade”

TV and Radio: Cable companies may have community service spots for free.

Vacant Properties – look for tall grass and neglected houses




Web Sites

Wholesaler Lists: A good wholesaler can find you multiple properties.

Withdrawn MLS Listings: Easy to get from a friendly real estate agent.

Ways to Create Real Estate Leads

As you can see, there is no shortage of ways to generate leads.

To start, pick ten ways for consistent lead generation and focus on those.  In the beginning of our investing career, we walked neighborhoods with flyers and put magnetic signs on our cars. Why? Inexpensive and effective! Not glorious marketing techniques but we got leads and our very first seller called from our magnetic car signs!

The number one common element of failures in a real estate investing business is not treating it like a business. And, the most important  step to establish in ANY new business is LEAD GENERATION!  Without customers, there is no business.

Whether you’re looking for foreclosures, REO’s, owner-finance, HUD, wholesale, free & clear, rentals, fixer uppers, spread investing, etc, finding them all revolves around having leads. Get busy and NEVER EVER stop marketing for leads!

Anything you’ve tried that’s not on my list?

 

100 Ways to Create Real Estate Leads And Convert Them To Sales

25 Real Estate Lead Generating Strategies That Work

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25 Real Estate Lead Generating Strategies That Work

25 Real Estate Lead Generating Strategies That Work

Why You Need To Read This Book

In the early part of my real estate career I would sit patiently in my office waiting for my next sale to walk in. Well ‘next’ might be exaggerating it a little. A sale would be more appropriate.
Each night I’d return home and let out a bunch of expletives that would make my dog blush. I was often in a foul mood.

Then after 10 years of struggle I discovered, developed and implemented a bunch of real estate marketing strategies which I am going reveal in this book that saw my income virtually double in one year. After 2 years of using these real estate lead generation skills my income shot up another 50%.

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The word soon got out that I had discovered a way to make ‘easy’ (no such thing) real estate sales. Real estate referrals became my method of operation. Companies were approaching me to move camps. In fact one company placed me on a 0,000 package to help boost sales. The strategies worked for me and they’ll work for you.

This book is for real estate sales people, real estate agents or brokers who are totally overwhelmed with the complexities of selling real estate. It’s for agents seething with frustration at their pathetic sales. And it’s also for successful real estate agents wanting to take their real estate career to the next level.

You have two obstacles from making a killing in real estate sales:

1.You have no idea what business you are REALLY in. Most real estate sales people think that they are in the real estate business to assist people with their real estate buying, selling, leasing or managing needs.While partly ‘true’ unless you have a real estate lead that wants to buy, sell, lease or manage a property through you, you have no business. PERIOD.

2.A belief that you are ‘Gods’ answer to all things real estate.Let’s face it. Real estate agents are an egotistical bunch. How often do you see advertisements stating “Billy Blogs – No. 1 For XYZ Real Estate” or “Cheryl Champion – Top Real Estate Marketer, Mars Tribune”

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Who gives a toss. The public certainly don’t and nor should you especially if you are a newbie just getting started. With my real estate lead generation tips you’ll soon be the ‘king’ or queen’ of your local area.

My real estate lead generation strategies are by no means complete. But they are a good start in raising you from the depths of despair to making you the champion agent you so rightly deserve to be. Here’s my appeal to you. Believe in yourself. Believe in your real estate career. Follow my suggestions. Implement those that appeal to you and be consistent. These real estate lead generation strategies take time but they have helped me sell over 0 million of real estate. They will work for you to.

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10 Top Real Estate Investing Tools To Investors And Agents

Top Real Estate Investing Tools

10 Top Real Estate Investing Tools To Investors And Agents

1. A website is necessary for every business. It is the first place that people turn to when they need information on a product or service. It is the source of primary information for people who are interested in transacting in real estate. So, one of the first tools that you need to successfully market yourself is a web address.

2. Web Presence A web address is half of the story. People need to know how to get to your web address. The internet is host to hundreds of millions of websites relating to almost every conceivable product or service that is bought or sold. What you need is to be able to popularize or aggressively push your web site so that its visibility increases. Some of the methods that you can use are online press releases, blogging and search engine optimization The fact is that a web address is a means to increase your brand value, to generate queries and to augment business opportunities. The real business is the brick and mortar business that you need to build. The internet is a tool that is all.



3. A Real Estate Blog

Real estate blogging is one of the most effective marketing tools for real estate agents. You should post good quality content on your blogs that helps is visible through search engines. People tend to read blogs and can use their discretion based on the quality of the contents in the blogs.

4. Real Estate Postcards

Yes, even in this day and age, the old fashioned method of postcards has relevance. This method can be used with the right timing and judiciously mixed with usage of other tools. With the right, design and strategy postcards are an effective tool at generating leads.

 

Top Real Estate Investing Tools

 

5. Seminars on Home-Buying

A seminar on home buying is an effective tool for personalized marketing to a broad audience in a short period of time. There is a certain amount of effort involved in arranging a seminar, but the efforts are worth it. A seminar is ideally organized in collaboration with mortgage and home loan professionals, home inspectors and tax consultants so that you can deliver a holistic solution to prospective real estate clients.

6. Client Referrals or Non-Referrals

One of the oldest methods of generating clients and leads is the word of mouth. In fact, there are a number of high profile industries and professions where the word of mouth form of advertising is the most powerful. Need a good lawyer? Looking for a good dentist? Require a reliable real estate agent? Look for opinions amongst your friends and relatives or people whom you can rely upon for advice. As is the case with any professional service based business, word of mouth can make the difference either way. People are bound to be either satisfied or dissatisfied with service. Moreover, people will talk to others; all the more if they are dissatisfied.

7. A Big Idea

In any business you always need a plan and strategy to succeed. The big idea is where your creativity and business acumen come into play. Big ideas make the difference between success and failure or subsistence at the best.



8. Be tech perceptive

Use technology to the hilt to market yourself.

1. If you have a team of people working for you, make sure that they are well connected amongst themselves and with you.
2. Make sure that you have creative and effective content posted to blogs. Use SEO to effectively market your website and to generate queries.
3. Devise periodicals with good buys for prospective clients and maintain mailing lists at which you send the periodicals.

Let us face the fact that the internet has brought about a revolution in marketing of products and services

9. The Ultimate List Of FREE Real Estate Lead Generation Ideas

 

Ready to fill up your lead funnel for 2017? In this post we’re recapping over 100 real estate lead generation ideas for you to use today! Click Here

10. The Website Listed Below

The website listed below is a portal of real estate related information. It contains a wealth of information on direct mail and online marketing, besides informative articles on marketing yourself effectively in real estate.

Jim Mack is a one of the premier real estate investors in the Kansas City area. Jim is a short sale and foreclosure specialist. If you need to sell your home fast visit him at http://www.webuyhousesraytown.com or http://www.webuyhousesraymore.com.

10 Top Real Estate Investing Tools To Investors And Agents

90 Real Estate Resources That Will Help You Succeed In Business

Real Estate Resources That Will Help You Succeed

 

Real Estate Resources That Will Help You Succeed

90 Real Estate Resources That Will Help You Succeed In Business

Real Estate Training Resource List

With so many real estate website available today we could probably have done a much large list of training resources.  However, in creating this list we were reminded that there are quite a few “pretenders” out there in the real estate world and have tried to keep this list concise with only reputable resources, some of which are free.

 

General

CREonline.com is the elder statesman of the real estate investing community online.  It has been around since 1995 and as such has a rich offering of great articles.
REIclub.com hasn’t been around quite as long but is the other big site in terms of the volume of articles and free content that they offer at this time.
Propertyunleashed.com is a Real Estate Lead Generation And Conversion Strategies site. We provide products and services to help your business make more sales.
BiggerPockets.com is a community site which is constantly evolving.  It currently has a popular blog, forums, articles, an analysis tool and many other useful resources.
Turnkey Real Estate Investing with Memphis Invest.com Memphis Invest has pioneered the turn-key investing process. Our focus on Customer Service Excellence has allowed us to help real estate investors.

 

Flipping Homes

Flip This Wholesaler.net | How to Wholesale Real Estate   Wholesaling Real Estate: Finding Buyers  Finding Virtual Wholesale Deals

 

Flipnerd.com | The most powerful site for real estate investor Join the best real estate investing website on the planet! Find           vendors, off-market deals, post member journals, and interact with other investors!

 

1-2-3 Flip.com Your FREE resource to learn how to flip houses the profitable way.  Yes, it’s all FREE, but if you find this site valuable and want to give back, buy my books!

 

Real Estate Crowdfunding Websites

Realty Mogul is crowdfunding for real estate, a marketplace for accredited investors to pool money online and buy shares of pre-screened real estate investments.

 

RealtyShares.com is an online investment platform that uses crowdfunding to pool investors into private real estate investments.

 

CrowdStreet.com is a fundraising platform connecting accredited investors with professionally-managed real estate investments.

 

Fundrise.com is an online investment platform that gives you the ability to invest directly in commercial real estate.

 

Lease Options

Lease2Purchase.com provides solid information about a very importantreal estate investing technique.  The use of lease options can be very powerful and it is something that all investors should at lease be aware of.
Wendy Patton.com – Lease Option Investing Expert wendypatton.com/  Lease Option real estate investing is Wendy Patton’s specialty. She is the leading expert on lease option education in the United States.

 

Probate

US Probate Services.org Many people have heard of the probate and estate settlement process but wonder what it is and what the probate process entails. http://www.usprobateservices.org/

 

MTI Education – The nation’s leading authority in Probate real estate opportunities  https://www.mtieducation.com/

 

Property Management

LandlordSystem.com by Anesia Springborn offers a free rental agreement and a 7-day course about systematizing your buy and hold property business.
MrLandlord.com: This may not be the prettiest site around but Jeffrey Taylor has been delivering cutting edge information about being a super successful landlord for many years.  There is some great info here.

 

Virtual Wholesaling
Flipping Junkie – Learn how flipping houses can help you achieve www.flippingjunkie.com/  Learn how to flip houses so that you can create financial freedom and become your own boss.

 

VirtualWholesaling.com: Cris Chico has mastered the art of running his real estate investing business from home using the internet and other tools that allow him to invest remotely.  Check out his site for some free and paid materials.

 

Business Incorporation, Accounting and Legals

TheInformedInvestor.com: Darius Barazandeh has an incredible breadth of information and tools available at his site but I particularly like the fact that as a licensed attorney he can offer sound advice on setting up your real estate investing business the right way.

 

LegalWiz.com: William Bronchick also has a great range of free and paid information and draws on his legal background to offer real estateinvestors great advice for their businesses.

 

LegalZoom.com is a popular resource for getting legal forms and services at the right price.

 

PrePaidLegal.com: This site offers customers the chance to purchase legal services on a pre-paid basis giving them access to quality law firms without having to worry about how much money each minute on the phone is costing them.

 

TaxLoopholes.com: Diane Kennedy’s ground-breaking site offers some great information about how you can pay less tax…legally.

 

RealEstateTaxLaw.com: John Hyre is a qualified accountant and realestate investor and he has some sound advice for real estate investors especially with respect to their bookkeeping.

 

DepreciateEm.com: This is a great little online application that helps you with asset separation for depreciation in 3 easy steps.  It will generate a report for you and the appropriate form for the IRS.

 

Federal Fair Housing Laws: The Department of Housing and Urban Development offers this section on their website about fair housing laws which could be handy for landlords to be aware of.

 

Quickbooks is pretty much the standard for small business accounting software and if you don’t have a copy you may want to look into it and make sure you keep your books in order from the start.

 

Housing Data And Research

MarketTimingMaster.com: Ken Wade has developed an incredible system that takes some technical trading principles and applies them to real estate markets across the country.  This approach is the closest thing I’ve seen to a crystal ball in terms of which markets to invest in and can DRAMATICALLY improve your long-term results.  Needless to say, I am impressed with this site.

 

Yahoo Real Estate offers some very nice tools but my favorite section is probably the Neighborhood Info which includes details of schools in the area and demographic data that is of interest to investors.
The National Association of Realtors offers some handy statistics and research data from this page on their site.
HendricksPartners.com: Hendricks & Partners also has some free market reports available in the Research Center on their website.
First American CoreLogic has a bunch of research tools and data available including property records, values and market trends.
DQNews.com is somewhat like a blog and is a good way to keep up-to-date with market trends.  DataQuick are also well regarded for their paid research services at dataquick.com
Rich Dad’s Real Estate Evaluator: While I prefer that people create their own analysis spreadsheets so they can truly understand the numbers I will recommend any tool that encourages investors to do a more thorough financial evaluation of a deal.
Rentometer.com have a nice little tool for conducting rental comps to check how much you can expect to be charging in rent.

 

Real Estate Resources That Will Help You Succeed

HUDuser.org is the website of HUD’s Office of Policy Development and Research and it is here that HUD provides the data relating to Fair Market Rents that they establish for the Section 8 program each year.  You can use this data as a benchmark especially if you rent to Section 8 tenants.

 

Comps

These sites can be very handy for getting some rough data for initial analyses of deals but do not replace a proper appraisal of a property with such data especially when you need to know the after repair value.

 

Zillow.com: Zillow has come along and revolutionized the way we get comparables.  It is a powerful resource for getting “Zestimates” on the value of a home and for conducting your comps.
CyberHomes.com: The CyberHomes database covers more than 100 million records and more than 85% of the US population making it a very thorough resource for conducting your comps.
Eppraisal.com: Another popular resource for obtaining estimates on the value of specific real estate.
RealQuest.com: This site by First American CoreLogic has the multiple functions of property information, values and search.  Their Investor product allows you to search for pre-foreclosures, auctions and bank-owned properties.

 

Property Search
These four sites are all well enough known that they need no introduction.
Trulia.com
HomeGain.com
MLSonline.com
Realtor.com

And for commercial real estate investors the following site is a must.
LoopNet.com

 

Foreclosures and REOs

Foreclosure.com is the big dog in the foreclosure space and now includes listings from Premiere Asset Services (who handle Wells Fargo’s REOs).  They also acquired seizedrealestate.com recently.  Their database includes foreclosures, pre-foreclosures, bankruptcy properties, tax lien properties, and FSBOs.

 

 

Foreclosure Listings – Foreclosures for Sale & Bank Owned Homes www.foreclosurelistings.com/ Nationwide listings of foreclosures, preforeclosures, bank foreclosures and government foreclosures. We update our listings daily with new homes. SAVE NOW!
RealtyTrac.com is another foreclosure database that offers a 7-day free trial.  They also offer email alerts and a foreclosure market report.
ForSaleByOwner provides all the resources to get you started, attracts home buyers with our Listing Packages and guides you all the way through closing.
ForeclosureUniversity.com: This professional looking site offers a free audio recording about Short Sales and a very affordable Foreclosure Home Study Course.

 

The following are a few of the better sources for government foreclosures:

HomeSales.gov lists properties owned by various government departments.  They also offer guidance on the buying process for each type of property.
The US Department of Agriculture makes it’s foreclosure properties available from this site.
HUD.gov: HUD foreclosures (Department of Housing and Urban Development) are listed on their website but you must then contact the local real estate agent to submit a bid on the property.

 

The following for-sale-by-owner sites can be a great source of discount properties and you can also use them to market your own properties.

FSBO.com
ForSaleByOwner.com
HomesByOwner.com

 

Home Inspection

ASHI.org: The American Society of Home Inspectors is a good starting point to ensure you use qualified inspectors.
HomeTeamInspection.com: a good reputable company for locating a home inspector.  They also have some other handy resources on their website.
HomeGuage.com offers online inspection software that allows you to sign in and view your inspection reports so long as you choose a home inspector via this website.  This is a fantastic service that offers consistent, quality reporting and as such is highly  recommended.
Appraisal

NAIFA.com (National Association of Independent Fee Appraisers) is a non-profit body that will help you locate quality real estate appraisers.
AppraisalInstitute.org: Similarly, Appraisal Institute was set up to ensure high standards among professional real estate appraisers and can help you locate the right appraiser.

Real Estate Resources That Will Help You Succeed

Marketing

Real Estate Investor Websites | Inbound Marketing Software https://oncarrot.com
InvestorCarrot Real Estate Investor Websites templates & inbound marketing software help grow your investing leads.

 

RISMedia rismedia.com/
Real estate industry news, profiles, and articles. National print magazine available.

 

Placester.com
Quickly launch a beautiful, mobile-ready real estate website. Includes everything you need to market online. IDX, Hosting, Blogging & Lead Capture

 

Real Estate Marketing Blog
https://www.realestatemarketingblog.org/
Real Estate Marketing Tips, Hints, & Hacks to help Realtors get better results from their real estate websites.

 

Technology

Most of the websites that examine the latest technologies for real estate revolve around the marketing side of things and as such are targeted at realtors rather than real estate investors.  However, marketing is just as relevant to investors and these two sites are worth following the most for investors.

 

Real Estate Technology – Geek Estate Blog
GeekEstate Blog is a resource for real estate professionals who want to learn more about how they can grow their business through smart use of technology.

 

1000watt.net/blog/
Writings about real estate, branding, marketing, media and technology from the principals of 1000watt.

 

Tech Savvy Agent – the pulse of real estate technology
techsavvyagent.com/

 

Home Staging

SimpleAppeal.com: Increasingly investors are getting more creative and aggressive with the marketing of their own properties and we are seeing home staging playing a bigger role in that process.  Karen at Simple Appeal has some great advice on this increasingly important skill.

 

Outsource Your Marketing

SalesTeamLive.com handles all the work required to drive a stream of motivated potential clients to your business, using their Done-For-You Marketing Campaigns.

 

Section 8

Section 8 is a government subsidized rental program by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.  While you may get slightly lower rent with such tenants there is a huge amount of demand and you don’t have the same hassles chasing your rent checks since they are coming from the government.  Back in the research section there is a link to HUD’s Fair Market rents to get an indication of your projected income.

GoSection8.com allows you to list your properties for Section 8 tenants to find.

 

Short Sales

TheShortSaleService.com: They’ll handle the short sale for you.  Stop pushing paper around and spend your time more productively in your business.
Contractors

Use these sites to locate contractors if you need to do any repairs or rehab work.

Contractors.com
NeedContractor.com

 

Property Management

NARPM.org (National Association of Residential Property Managers) is a good place to start when looking for a property manager.
CompleteLandlord.com: Forms, letters, agreements, software and other resources for being a successful landlord.
Landlord411.com: More resources for landlords including tenant screening.
ClearNow.com: A leader in electronic rent collection, ClearNow, saves you a lot of time and hassle with collecting and depositing checks.
Rentomatic.com also automates your rent collection but looks like it might have a few extra features such as maintenance tracking and advertising of vacancies.
Tenant Screening

NTNonline.com: The National Tenant Network has been offering quality screening services for more than 25 years.

 

90 Real Estate Resources That Will Help You Succeed In Business

27 Websites To Help You Find Buyer And Seller Real Estate Leads

Websites To Help You Find Buyer And Seller Real Estate Leads

27 Websites To Help You Find Buyer And Seller Real Estate Leads

Find Real Estate Buyers,Sellers And Tenants On These Sites

Websites To Help You Find Buyer And Seller Real Estate Leads

Craigslist
Craigslist is one of the most popular free classified advertisements sites with sections devoted to jobs, housing, personals, for sale, services, community, and discussion forums.

Websites To Help You Find Buyer And Seller Real Estate Leads

Backpage
This is a free classified ads site where you can find houses and apartments for rent, personals, jobs, cats and dogs for sale.

iNetGiant
iNetGiant is a rapidly growing online classifieds website, with free and targeted ad listings.

 

Websites To Help You Find Buyer And Seller Real Estate Leads

Classified Ads
The site name is very self-explanatory, another popular free classified ads platform for cars, jobs, real estate, pets, services, etc. Users can find what they are looking for or create their own ad for free.

eBay Classifieds
eBay Classified is not just for selling personal items all over the United States. Local sellers of goods and services are also welcome to create free ads.

Websites To Help You Find Buyer And Seller Real Estate Leads

OLX.com
OXL.com hosts free user-generated classified ads for communities around the world and provides discussion forums sorted by topics like cars, jobs, apartments, housing, pets, personals, and other categories. On OLX you can design ads with pictures and videos, control your selling and buying, display ads on your social networking profile and more.

Websites To Help You Find Buyer And Seller Real Estate Leads

Oodle
Oodle is one of the largest classifieds sites that aggregates listings from sites like eBay, ForRent.com, Myspace, as well as listings from local newspapers and websites. User can visit the site to find used cars, apartments for rent, job listings, homes for sale, and other classifieds.

Websites To Help You Find Buyer And Seller Real Estate Leads

Adpost
Adpost is a free classifieds site for over 1000+ cities, 500+ regions worldwide and across the world.

Websites To Help You Find Buyer And Seller Real Estate Leads

Salespider.com
Salespider.com is one of the largest free social network for business owners and includes free sales leads and prospect lists, free classified ads, free business directory, and free business forums.

Websites To Help You Find Buyer And Seller Real Estate Leads

AdLandPro
With AdLandPro, you can post free classified ads, local classifieds and do free online promotion of your business with online business ads or classified posting.

 

 

Websites To Help You Find Buyer And Seller Real Estate Leads

 

USFreeAds
USFreeAds is literally one of the biggest classified ads sites around and lots of products and services are being marketed there.

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Yakaz
Yakaz is the search engine for all local classified ads on the web. Its categories include cars, motorbikes, housing, and more.

buy real estate

Wiju.com
Wiju.com is a classified ads search engine for USA that helps people to find what they want: a job, a car, a service, a house, etc.

 

buy real estate

Classifieds For Free
Classifieds For Free is an online ad site for business opportunity, personal ads, auto, pets, real estate, and more. The site lets you post unlimited free ads and local ads in 600 US cities, all US States, and 60 countries.

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Free Classified
This site enables you buy or sell anything for free, place free local classified ads as well as search free local classifieds.

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Web Classifieds
A free classifieds site that lets you buy, sell and trade all types of items.

buy real estate

Kedna
Another free classified ads site for placing free ads online with photos and videos for apts for rent, cars, jobs, cats and dogs for sale.

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Adsglobe
Adsglobe is another advertising gateway for online classifieds in jobs, real estate, rentals, autos, services, items for sale, travel, events, pets, business, and community.

Wantedwants.com
Wantedwants.com lets you post free ads easily in cities and colleges around the world.

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Sell
Sell.com is a merchant advertising and e-commerce site where you can sell and buy electronics, pets, cars, computers, homes and more.

 

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PennySaverUSA
PennySaverUSA is another site where you can post and browse online classifieds, coupons, and more for free.

buy real estate

Claz
Claz.org lets you search all classified ads sites at once.

buy real estate

Recycler
Recycler.com is an online marketplace that connects local sellers with local buyers. It allows you to find cars, pets, real estate, jobs and more.

buy real estate

Free Ad Lists
This free classified ads site lets you find or post free classifieds for jobs, personals, real estate, autos, pets, etc.

buy real estate

Geebo
Geebo offers US’s nationwide free classifieds for housing, rentals, roommates, employment, jobs, vehicles, autos, sales and more.

American Listed
AmericanListed provides millions of safe and local classifieds for jobs, rentals, pets, for sale, housing, real estate, cars, boats, services, events, clothing, furniture and motorcycles.

buy real estate

FreeAdsCity
This is US free photo classifieds site that lets you post and browse classified ads under the categories of auto, real estate, pets, furniture, electronics and more.

 

27 Websites To Help You Find Buyer And Seller Real Estate Leads

Real Estate Agents & Investors – How To Generate Enough Online Traffic To Meet Your Sales & Lead Generation Needs – Free Real Estate Leads

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Trevor Mauch

I think it’s safe to say… everybody wants more traffic.

In fact, every time you hear about a new real estate agency crushing it online, I know exactly how you feel: envious, resentful … discouraged.

Why?

Because over the last decade, the internet has become a universal part of the home buying process.

As of 2015, a full 92% of all home buyers — across every geographic region and age range — use the internet during their search.

What’s more, for 42% of those buyers, the internet is actually their very first step.



As of 2015, a full 92% of all home buyers use the internet during their search. Click to TweetOf course, you already know all that.

Here’s the problem …

Most real estate agents and investors simply don’t know how to generate enough online traffic to meet their lead generation needs.

As a result, we often turn to paid traffic as an answer.

But with the average cost of a single click for a location-specific phrase like “purchasing a home” sitting at $24 … paying for that life-sustaining traffic doesn’t come cheap.

The good news is paid traffic — whether from Google AdWords or social media — doesn’t have to be the cornerstone of your online marketing strategy.

In fact, it shouldn’t be.

Last year, of the 200,000+ leads our clients pulled in online, pay-per-click accounted for less than 20%.

Eighty percent of our clients’ leads — roughly 160,000 from all over the nation — came from free and organic search.

How?

Through an approach we call conversation marketing.

However, before we jump into our three-phase approach to generating more traffic and leads, let’s start with a few foundational principles.

Why You Shouldn’t Pay for Traffic If You Don’t Have To

With a subtitle like that, you might think I’m advising against using paid advertising in total.

I’m not.

There’s definitely a place for PPC and social media advertising to boost your website traffic fast, particularly when you avoid the common mistakes.

But to generate traffic, leads, and revenue over the long term, you need to create content based on your target audience’s real needs and concerns.

The difference between the two approaches comes down to separating your traffic-driving goals into two clear groups: (1) search-engine optimization (SEO) tactics to increase organic visitors — what we’ve termed conversation marketing — and (2) PPC tactics to increase paid visitors.




Knowing the differences is vital.

Why You Should Use Both SEO and PPC In Your Marketing
Efforts For Best Short And Long-Term ROI And Consistency

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Why you should use both SEO and PPC in your marketing efforts
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While it may sound technical, SEO really just comes down to creating search friendly content that your target audience will find helpful. We’ll get into the details of how to do this in just a minute. For now, it’s important to be aware that SEO takes a larger upfront investment of time and resources and its results don’t materialize overnight.

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The difference between the ROI for SEO and PPC
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However, the benefits of your investment in SEO — i.e., conversation marketing as opposed to paid sources — are profound:

  • Leads come to you. You don’t have to chase them down.
  • You position yourself as a helper versus a “bottom feeder.”
  • Higher search ranking doesn’t just mean more traffic, it also means more trust.
  • In turn, that trust turns a higher ratio of traffic into leads into deals.
  • You’re not forced into competing for the same lead everyone else is after.
  • Over time, lead cost dramatically decreases. Best of all, the more search-friendly, organic content you create, the easier generating traffic and leads becomes in the future.

Content Marketing Versus Conversation Marketing

All of the benefits listed above come directly from an approach to online marketing known as content marketing.

Since 2012, the phrase “content marketing” has exploded. Google Trends officially dubs it a “breakout,” meaning the number of global searches for the term has increased by over 5,000%.

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And it’s no accident that 77% of B2C marketers and 76% of B2B marketers to say that they’ll increase their content marketing efforts this year.

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The explosion of all things “content” is rooted in a simple principle: add value … and add it for free.

Whether it’s in the form of blog posts, buyer’s guides, checklists, podcasts, ebooks, webinars, or email campaigns, content marketing is the leading way to provide valuable information to your target audience and increase your traffic.

However, at InvestorCarrot we’ve learned to take a slightly different approach. Instead of content marketing, our goal is to create “Conversation Marketing.”

Why?

Because ultimately, all business — online or off — revolves around human connections.

This is exactly why conversation marketing works so well. It educates and builds trust with your prospect. It gives them what they need to enter the real estate buying or selling process and complete their due diligence efforts before biting the bait.

And best of all, it connects them directly to you as their go-to source for guidance.

What Conversation Marketing Isn’t

A full 81% of buyers say that most offline salespeople talk too much. And online, the same thing is true. In fact, most online marketing doesn’t just talk too much … they virtually shout. It’s easy to see why most consumers don’t want to engage.

That means the key to starting a conversation is to listen.

Bigger Pockets hits the nail on the head by explaining the core of conversation marketing and why it works in real estate specifically:

This sector [real estate] revolves around people and relationships, you can benefit by working with integrity.

Trust and relationships are the most valuable assets in real estate whether you’re an investor or an agent.

Couldn’t have said it better.

 

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At InvestorCarrot, we use the term “Conversation Marketing” to define our approach to talking with both visitors and customers. Our primary aim is to talk “with” instead of taking “at”; meaning, the content we create avoids the more traditional marketing missteps of creating a one-sided conversation. This is especially important at the beginning.

What Real-Estate Conversation Marketing Is

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You’re in a busy restaurant. You overhear a conversation about someone trying to sell their house they just inherited and they weren’t sure if there were other ways to sell it besides working with an agent… they wanted it to get done quickly.

Scenario one, you go over and say,

“Hi Mike. We buy houses. Lemme buy your house!”

Uh. Say what? Why are you butting into my conversation?

Scenario two, you approach it as,

“Hi Mike, it’s nice to meet you. Couldn’t help but overhear you’re thinking about selling a house you inherited. Tough process sometimes. I’ve been through that too. When did you inherit the house?

Mike: Ah, it was my dads. He passed away last year but ownership was just passed to me this month and now I’m figuring out what to do next. Was thinking about renting it but I think I’d rather have less hassle and just sell.
You:  Yep I feel you. In the right situations, I actually buy houses like that and have bought several that people inherited. I’d be happy as heck to show you some of the pros and cons and just help you make sure you pick the route that’s best for you. I’ll send you a short article I wrote on selling a house you inherited actually… it’ll clear things up for you I think”

Scenario one is called interruption marketing. It doesn’t provide any human connection. It “butts in” rudely. While this would never be acceptable human behavior in the real world, sadly, it’s exactly how the vast majority of real estate website present themselves.

Scenario two is conversation marketing. It’s engaging, focuses on listening, and builds itself on questions. Helps them solve a problem by delivering value and content.

Three Phases to Get More Traffic through Conversation Marketing

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Over the years we’ve created and perfected a 3 part process to not just get a ranking or two… but really control the conversation around your marketplace in a big way. That’s how you dominate in SEO and content marketing.



It’s basically 3 simple steps… and in this order.

  1. Your Brand – Control the convo so people see what you want them to see when they search for you
  2. Discovery – Join and control the convo around questions or problems your market is hitting the web to “ask” (type into Google)
  3. Create Evangelists – Helping your clients do your selling and content for you.

Let’s dive in!

Phase 1: Your Brand – What Are People Seeing?

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The first thing most people do when they make a big financial decision is hit the web to research the company they’re about to work with.

Real estate is no different.

So when you’re sending out your direct mail pieces, or doing PPC or SEO, or even your bandit signs… people are hitting the web searching for your business name or phone number to do some research on you.

What do they see when they search your business name?

Here Are A Few Examples Of Brands Or Companies When I Google Their Name…

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Notice the suggested searches Google is giving me… people are actively typing those phrases in consistently, so you should create content that ranks well and controls the conversation around those keywords.

Test it yourself…

Go ahead… Google your company name + your city and see what comes up. That’s what your prospects are seeing before they decide to work with you.

Here’s what it looks like when you’re controlling the conversation around your brand vs. letting your competitors control it for you or the internet decide who you are to your prospects when they search you.

This Company Purposefully Controls The Top 5 Spots When You Google Their Name With Very Credible And Positive Content

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Here’s a company that my consulting business works with that sells $600mm/yr in flooring and we helped them control the conversation around their brand in a big way.

Notice The Videos We Created And 2 Articles That Are Ranked 1-3 For This Brand Related Search?

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Before, when you searched that phrase it was nothing but a few sites where those few negative nancy’s posted a bad review on their personal blog bashing the product. When in actuality on Home Depot.com the product rating was stellar and reviewed by tens of thousands of happy customers. Those couple bad apples raise to the top in Google.

So we wrote down all of the keyword phrases that came up in Googles suggested search box around our company and created videos and articles optimized to rank well for each on.

We teach you how to optimize your posts and videos to rank well in Google in our 3 Lead Per Day Training for Carrot members. 

Google your company name, that’s what your prospects see whether you like it or not.  Click to Tweet

Action Items:

  1. Google your own company name + the name of your primary city. i.e. – “ABC House Buyers Charlotte”. Then write down all of the Google suggested searches that come up as you’re typing in your search that are related to your brand. If you’re brand new or not a big investor, you likely won’t have any suggested searches pop up quite yet that are related to your business.But common ones house sellers type in when they’re researching a house buying company are…
    reviews
    scam
    bbb
    [your main city]Type those into Google and see what comes up. Are you ranking well for any of the top 5 results? If not, you need to create content on your site that optimizes for that keyword. At Carrot, we automatically optimize your “About” page for your company name and location, so that’s done for you. But to really control the conversation you may want to create more content.
  2. Create content and a video or two to rank for that content.  Then launch it on your website and put it up on YouTube. Basically title the YouTube video the exact keyword phrase you’re going after. If you’re going after the keyword phrase “ABC House Buyers reviews” you should upload a testimonial video from a client of yours and name the video title that in YouTube.

Easy eh? Then every month search the phrases around your company name and see where you stand.

Even 1 lost deal because your client sees something online about you that makes them at all uneasy (including not finding anything about you at all) could cost you tens of thousands of dollars.

 

Phase 2: Discovery – What Are People Searching To Solve Their Real Estate Problems?

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The best way to increase your traffic — without being forced to pay for it — is through content creation and getting that content ranked well in Google.

That content will be the backbone of your conversations.

This phase is joining the conversations and hopefully eventually controlling those online conversations as people are going online to “discover” the solutions to their problems and the answers to their questions.

The need for content is universal online is because search engines like Google will only consider your website to be an authority if the content you create (1) revolves around the keywords your ideal customers are already using and (2) that content itself is valuable enough to be shared and linked to by sites and businesses other than your own.

However, never forget the aim of conversation marketing: getting more visitors to your website by actually helping them.

This means understanding your prospect’s buying cycle in addition to your valuable keywords so that you know what type of content to create. Here’s an overview from InMan of what the typical real-estate buying cycle looks like:

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Image Credit: InMan

The first three phases are where you need to educate and start conversations for maximum impact and traffic:

  1. Dreaming:
    This is the earliest stage of the “buying” process when the prospect has an initial thought to buy or sell a property (or note, or land, etc.).
  2. Initiating:
    The initial thought has dug in a little deeper and the prospect tentatively starts exploring online. This is where your real estate investing business can address a need, by providing content using search terms the prospect uses to search for information. Like “How to sell a house I inherited in Dallas”.  They’re starting that conversation online… will you engage with them or let your competitors?
  3. Shopping:
    If you’ve already “nabbed” your prospect with value-add content in the first two phases and have their email address on your list, this is where you start reaping your rewards. Only when your company has helped educate and build trust with a prospect they are likely to turn to you when they’re ready to officially engage.

Small and large businesses alike often make the fatal marketing mistake of trying to be all things to all people.

Kind of like trying to cram everything on one site for house buyers, house sellers, renters… etc.  And you shouldn’t use the same site for motivated house sellers and cash buyers for your content either (like we teach here in this article).

Instead, it’s vital to get focused on the handful of brand-defining specialties that make you stand out.

Take Business Insider’s graphic These 10 Corporations Control Almost Everything You Buy as an example. Notice that in the middle of the image are the 10 corporations that own most of the goods we buy.

However, when it comes to what you actually purchase, their subsidiaries are responsible for doing the work:

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The point is obvious: while there are only about 10 corporations in the driver’s seat, each has created distinct brands to actually sell their various goods and services.

Why?

Because if they didn’t separate their brands into specific niches, they’d struggle to market themselves effectively.

Regardless of your size, the same principle is true for you as a real estate investor or agent.

Who is someone going to pick if they’re trying to sell a house they inherited?

The company where the website says they “specialize in buying inherited properties for top dollar” and where they have content that talks about selling an inherited property…

… or the company that just says “We buy any house”?

I know I’d probably pick the company that seems like it has a specialty in the situation I’m in.

That’s why the this phase of conversational marketing doesn’t involve asking yourself, “Who do I want to be?”

Instead, it focuses on the far more conversational question: “Who do I want to reach?”

In other words … your audience.

Thankfully, deciding who you want to reach and digging into what they like, love, and hate, doesn’t take divination, a crystal ball, or even brainstorming.

There are a host of online tools that can help you get to know the people you want to reach.

Where should you look?

Go after the low-hanging fruit first:

  • Social media sites
  • Question and answer sites like Quora
  • Forums your target audience belong to
  • Popular blogs in your niche

In addition to the usual suspects, Placester provides a detailed list of online resourcesto try out.

The benefits of identifying a single-target market — e.g., “first time home buyers with less-than-perfect credit in the Portland area” — versus trying to be all things to all people — e.g., plain vanilla “home buyers” — are enormous.

And this is true not only from a marketing point of view, but also from a service perspective.

For instance, more and more people are turning to social media channels to share their home-buying experience and provide feedback, whether good or bad.

By paying attention to what real-life people are saying within your chosen niche you can discover things like:

  • What are their struggles, fears, and anxieties?
  • What reasons motivated them to want to sell a property or buy one?
  • What are their dreams and expectations?
  • What is it that they’re really looking for in a house buying / selling service?
  • What do people who’ve completed their first purchase or sold their house wish they’d known at the start?

Again, the important thing with conversation marketing in the real estate investment and agent business is not to think long and hard about you and the words you want use, but rather, to pay attention to your ideal customers and the words they themselves are already using.

That point about “the words they’re already using” is massive.

Conversation marketing aims at generating organic traffic not paid traffic.

This means you have to organize your approach around specific keywords that are optimized to improve your search engine rankings for phrases your prospects are actually searching online. Conversations they’re starting.

The search phrases that drive more traffic to your website — and are easiest to rank for (i.e. less competition) — are the ones that are more specific. These are called “long-tail keywords” because they contain more than one or two words.

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This graph shows that the most effective keywords for search engine purposes are long-tail

For example, rather than casting your keyword-net wide with a phrase like “selling a house,” use long-term keyword phrases that your audience is actively talking about:

“selling an inherited house”

“selling a house after a divorce”

“selling rundown house without making improvements”

Our own SEO Keyword Bible for Real Estate Investors can guide you step by step through this entire process.

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Ubersuggest is another fantastic tool you can also try to spark off ideas for long-tail keyword phrases.

Example Of Using Ubersuggest To Find Topics To Write About

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This was a search I did on Ubersuggest for the term “express home buyers”

Now that you’re armed with the best keyword phrases that your target audience are already using to find solutions to their real estate needs, you’re ready for the next step: creating amazing content around the keyword phrase of your choice.

However, simply having amazing content isn’t enough.

You also have to ensure that content works on a technical front. This is even more important today because search engines now judge the value of a site based on its design as well as its speed.

My suggestion is that you look for a designer or a proven website system like Carrot who is familiar with websites that perform well in the real-estate industry specifically.

This option may be slightly more expensive than the “get a website for $90” deals, but will save you from going to the trouble of setting up a website — content and all — only to discover months later that technical issues are holding you back from bringing in traffic.

Once you’ve created a base of content to address the first three stages of the buying cycle do not simply let it sit there.

Instead, repurpose it.

Repurposing your existing content is hands down the best way to create new content … without having to create new content.

As soon as a particular piece of content (like an article) show signs of performing well — i.e., generating traffic or even things as simple as comments or social shares — turn that article into a video or a SlideShare presentation. Make it the topic of a video. Pick one specific point in the article to expand on it in an entirely new post. Or even bundle together your best articles into an ebook on a landing page.

The truth is you can create untold variations of a single idea. Content Marketing Institute’s How to Turn 1 Idea Into 2 Months of Content Marketing (and More) and Buffer’s The Ultimate Guide to Repurposing Content: 12 Ways to Extend the Life of Every Article You Write offer exceptionally practical and creative way to do this.

After you’ve created and repurposed your content, don’t make the mistake of thinking your conversations will take care of themselves.

Our third and final phase is the real key.

Phase 3: Evangelism – Helping Customers Do Your Selling For You

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Evangelism is the last phase of the conversation marketing model you’ll need to lock down.

Simply put: creating evangelists means turning your best clients into your best salespeople.

This involves being intentional not just about sharing your content directly with your best customers — in the hopes that they’ll go forth and do likewise — but including them in that content itself.

For instance, if you spend any time at all on our website, you’ll notice there’s hardly a single page that doesn’t include a customer testimonial or case study.

On our homepage, we include three glowing recommendations front and center, right under our hero image:

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On our Features page, we add one immediately before the call to action:carrot testimonials

See how this top investor uses one of his client stories to squash the “too good to be true” thoughts going through some sellers minds. It empowers your clients to be evangelists for your brand and your company.

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Here’s what happens when you help your clients spread the word about your company and service. They do the selling for you!

This happy house seller has already referred 3 people to this Carrot client

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You could even make a nice “Stories” page like we have on our site and have built into Carrot websites:

Our Client Stories Page In Action

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And… One Of Many Client Testimonials On This Investors Site

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Why all this focus on our customers?

Because we know the cold, hard truth: selling yourself is hard. Letting the people who’re already wildly delighted with your service sell you … is easy.

Ironically, selling yourself means engaging in the very marketing behaviors that inhibit genuine conversations.
Letting the people who’re already on your side sell you, that’s how you start a genuine conversation.

Video is the most powerful form of evangelistic content, so make a real effort to get your content — especially repurposed content — into video format.

If creating video content sounds daunting, it shouldn’t.

Here at InvestorCarrot we’ve produced a host of “Customer Stories,” all of which boil down to little more than webcam-recorded conversations with some of our greatest success stories:

Example Of A Simple, Low Production Video We Shot To Help Tell A Customer Story (in their words)

And you know why they work?

Because the format of those stories grows directly out of our overall approach itself:conversations not selling.

You can do the exact same thing as a real estate investor or agent.

It’s all about the conversations…

Most entrepreneurs and small business leaders are overwhelmed by online marketing tactics meant to increase traffic.

Why?

Because there are so many opinions, so many tools, and so many methods.

On top of that, your prospects are equally overwhelmed. They’ve been exposed to scammers and self-centered agents alike, both of which make it clear that they’re only interested in one thing: making a quick buck.

Conversation marketing won’t make you an overnight internet celebrity.

It takes investment, insight, patentice, and a bit of creativity.

But by following our proven three-phase method … you can dramatically increase your traffic without having to pay for it. Remember, of the over 200,000 leads our clients generated last year, less than 20% came from paid traffic… the majority of them came from Conversation Marketing.

Best of all, you’ll position yourself as a genuinely helpful resource and the expert in your area which makes it so you’re not a commodity anymore. After all, people are people and every great relationship — business or otherwise — always starts with a conversation.

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