Use Email Marketing to Show Clients You’re Thankful

The upcoming Thanksgiving holiday puts many in a thankful frame of mind. In fact, you may even be thinking about how you can use email marketing to show your clients that you appreciate them this holiday season.

Here are three ways you can use your November email marketing to send a big “thank you” to your clients.


1. Start with a Festive Greeting in Your Subject Line

The subject line of your message is the first thing your clients see. Why not make it a bit festive? While a subject line may seem like a small element of your email, it is one of the very first impressions you can make on your email recipients. Fun, interesting email subject lines can compel your readers to open your message and improve your open rates.

Tap into the festive mood of the Thanksgiving season to craft a subject line that creates a warm, engaging impression on your clients.

Here are some ideas for next month’s subject lines:

  • Good Gravy, We’re So Thankful for You!
  • November Updates With a Cranberry on Top
  • Our Clients Are What Makes Us Thankful This Thanksgiving Season
  • November Tips So Good, You’ll Want Second Helpings
  • Before You Enter Into a Food-Coma, Check Our November News
  • Happy Turkey Day! Gobble Up These Updates from Us
  • We’re Thankful to Be Delivering You Your November Updates
  • 5 Delicious November Articles For You to Feast Upon
  • Cooking Up Some Tasty November Updates from Us to You

2. Create Personal Connections With Email Marketing

Thanksgiving is a good time to highlight philanthropic activities, office events or even your staff’s favorite family recipes.

A simple “thank you” to your clients for doing business with you is nice, but why not give a little extra as well? Tap into your newsletter marketing to highlight your office’s Thanksgiving staff festivities. Feature your office’s Thanksgiving party highlights in your next newsletter.

Show how much you care about your community by featuring local food pantry drives, turkey dinner giveaways or other charitable involvement. You could even partner with key clients who are in the charitable spirit by offering to match their donations in an effort to become “charity partners.”

If your staff members are willing, you could also share your team’s favorite family secret Thanksgiving recipes as a fun way to connect with your readers and give them a little something extra in your November communications.

3. Offer Black Friday Specials To Show How Thankful You Are

Nothing makes a client feel more appreciated than a “clients only” exclusive discount or offer. Consider putting a thankful spin on Black Friday deals for clients accessing ancillary service offerings. Your existing clients will feel special if you thank them for their business and offer them a discount on additional services during the holiday season. Remember to create a sense of urgency on your offers by including an expiration date.

November is the perfect time to tap into the Thanksgiving spirit and boost the appeal of your communications by letting your clients know how grateful you are for them. Incorporate a bit of festive charm into your messages this month to show clients how much you care.

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Trick-or-Treat Yourself to Better Lead Generation

While it’s certainly true that some of your leads will be generated by word of mouth and referral source connections, that doesn’t mean your lead generation strategies should only be a skeletal effort.

As a professional, you understand that investing a bit of effort behind a worthwhile initiative can help it gain momentum. The same can be said for lead generation.

There are three basic strategies you can use to scare up more lead generation:


1. Feed Your Beasties


Your website, blog, email campaigns and social media marketing all work together to feed lead-generating content to your clients, prospects and referral sources. These access points help interested onlookers find your business and give “tire-kickers” an idea of the benefits they’ll get when they connect with your business.

Take the following steps to move prospects from cold to qualified:

  • Provide relevant and engaging content that connects with your target markets
  • Amplify your content through multiple access points, such as your blog, website, email messaging, social media and other online channels
  • Include calls to action in your messaging
  • Maintain consistent communications to create repetitive touch-points
  • Experiment with a fresh approach as needed – be willing to try something new

The key to successful nurturing is to consistently position your content in front of your onlookers.


    2. Feast Your Eyes On Your Metrics


    Without the reporting and metrics tools behind your efforts, you’ll never know who is responding to your marketing. You’ll also miss out on determining which content is garnering the most interest. Metrics and reporting pull double-duty by helping you connect with nurtured clients and prospects while also giving you a feel for what’s resonating with your audience.


    3. Pursue Your Lead


    Frame out a system for maintaining consistent communications, and include clear calls to action in your messages. Your efforts truly begin building momentum when you tap into the results generated by your marketing and proactively follow up on your warm leads.

    Identify your rainmakers, offer incentives based on achievement and build a system of lead follow-up accountability into your strategies.

    Using the example of an email campaign, your marketing and lead generation workflow could resemble a plan following these basic steps:

    • Gather contact information for your clients, prospects and referral sources and create a marketing list
    • Create email messages with informative, timely information that will be of use to your target markets
    • Launch your message and monitor readers clicking on content that has a direct tie-in to your service offerings
    • If possible, set alerts on such content to inform your rainmakers as new leads come in
    • Follow up via phone or email to contact your warm leads and begin a conversation that may segue into a new opportunity for your firm

    Granted, these are simplified tips, and there is some work involved in launching and maintaining strategies that consistently generate warm leads. However, today’s professional marketing options are endless. It is often possible to outsource a number of the steps along your prospect’s journey.

    Consider which steps your firm would like to maintain in-house, and which would be more efficiently handled by a third-party resource. With a little push behind your marketing and lead generation initiatives, you’ll be scaring up more new opportunities in no time.

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    HomeActions Rolls Out Hometown Small Business Showcase to Howard Hanna Agents

    The COVID-19 crisis has been tough on the economy–and particularly on small businesses. Now Howard Hanna agents can lead the way in supporting local businesses via a new collaboration with real estate newsletter platform HomeActions.

    HomeActions‘ new Hometown Small Business Showcase feature lets Howard Hanna agents easily highlight a changing list of local businesses in their bi-weekly email newsletters.

    “Small businesses are the lifeblood of the local economy,” says Albert Clark, President of HomeActions. “They create two-thirds of net new jobs and drive innovation and competitiveness. From the corner hardware store to a trendy new restaurant, we need to re-engage with our local family-owned businesses and help them recover.”

    How It Works

    To get started, Howard Hanna agents simply add the ‘Community Spotlight’ template in their HomeActions dashboard. From there, they can input a phone number, website, and description of each business they want to highlight. Agents can also email the data to the HomeActions support team and the staff will create the article for them.

    Here are two real-world examples of what these articles look like:

    Of the businesses he highlights, Howard Hanna agent Tom Kundmueller says, “These are my ‘faves’ — places that I visit frequently. Our small businesses need our patronage now more than ever as they are recovering.”

    HomeActions delivers 6 million newsletters on behalf of real estate agents to consumers every month. Nearly 500 Howard Hanna agents subscribe to the platform, averaging 440 contacts per agent. Learn more at homeactions.net.

    3 Things To Help Generate More New Opportunities

    If you’d like your real estate email marketing to start bringing in more new opportunities, you’ll need to turn your messages into attention-getting emails full of click-worthy content.

    Here are three quick tips to help you dazzle new prospects and keep existing clients enthralled.


    1. Improve Your Subject Line


    Before you can generate a lead, you’ll need to get readers to open your emails. The email subject line is your opportunity to make a good first impression in the inbox. Leverage it properly, and you’ll entice more readers to act on your messages.

    Your email subject line should clearly address the needs of your readers in concise language. It should also convey the importance of your message.

    Here are some subject line tips to encourage readership:

    • Explain the actual contents of your email newsletter (don’t pull a bait and switch with deceptive teasers)
    • Create a sense of urgency using deadlines, dates and actionable words
    • Use a personalization field to include your readers’ first names
    • Pull the title of a timely article or important update in your email newsletter and duplicate it as your email subject line
    • Ask questions and let readers know your newsletter provides the answer
    • Appeal to your valued readers by including phrasing that makes them feel exclusive, important, or as if they are part of a VIP inner-circle
    • Mention a numbered series of items that will be covered in your email, such as “5 Quick Tips” or “3 Ways to Improve”
    • On occasion, use seasonal themes and other fun subject lines to avoid a sense of stale repetition

    Your subject line should always clearly represent what readers can actually expect to find in your email newsletter. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different subject line formats and tones. Watch your open rates to see which approaches are working the best for your messaging.


    2. Send Click-worthy Content


    Everything you include in your email marketing should have a subtle tie-in to your services. If you want your email marketing to resonate with your target audience, you’ll also need to offer content tailored to their needs and interests.

    It can be challenging to strike a balance between communicating your value as a real estate agent while also offering insights to your readers. To accomplish this, consider your client success stories. Why did a recent client need your services? How did your services solve their problem? Were there any note-worthy takeaways from the experience? Answer these questions in an email article, and you’ll have the kind of click-worthy content that converts into new opportunities.


    3. Don’t Let New Opportunities Go Cold


    Once you have your prospects clicking on content, be sure to reach out to those who have shown interest in your articles. There are a few simple ways you can connect with warm prospects generated through your email marketing:

    1. Send a one-on-one follow-up email
    2. Review prospect click activity to gain insight into probable needs, and then give them a call to determine their level of interest in utilizing relevant services
    3. Enter the reader into a targeted email nurturing campaign that mirrors the topic of the article they initially clicked

    When you reach out to any warm prospect, be sure to thank them for their interest in your email newsletter. This conversation-opener will help your prospects make a connection between the follow-up activity and the article they read.

    One-on-one follow up emails can be used to set up a short meeting. You can leverage these meetings to explore the prospect’s level of interest in buying or selling a home.

    You can also send a message to seek out fresh information from the prospect. Ask them if they read the article in order to achieve a particular goal and if you might be able to help them reach that goal.

    Nurturing campaigns can also be used to continue nurturing prospects who seem to be “tire-kicking.” Make sure your follow-up communications are as professional as your email newsletter. These messages will continue to build a positive impression of your brand. They will be seen as the digital voice of your company. Even if your prospect doesn’t convert to a new client today, they may choose you at some point in the future.

    Continue testing new subject lines and fresh content to keep readers interested in your communications. Follow-through is essential to the success of your marketing. Make sure you implement strategies to track, respond and manage engagement generated by your email newsletter.

    CLICK HERE to learn more about lead generation with HomeActions™.

    3 Ways to Become the GO TO Agent in Your Neighborhood without Leaving Your House!

    HomeActions™ President, Albert Clark, co-hosted a “Coffee Chat” with RETechnology to discuss strategies that will benefit agents as the business of real estate process becomes increasingly virtual.


    As originally posted on RETechnologyCLICK HERE for the original article.


    We’re all trying to figure out what our next normal looks like. The truth is that there are solid business disciplines that have always worked and may even work BETTER as the real estate sales process becomes more virtual.

    Albert Clark of HomeActions joined me on a Coffee Chat last week to teach us how to support your clients with insightful and unique homeownership information and market data to become THE go-to agent in your neighborhood.

    Here are three key takeaways for you:

    1. A clean database is the basis for effective marketing

    Without a consolidated, up-to-date and, ideally, even segmented database, it is really difficult to succeed at online marketing. Now is the time to look at all of the places you have customer and prospect information and consolidate it into one list on an Excel spreadsheet as a start. Then it can be uploaded into your client relationship management system and into direct marketing and social media solutions.

    2. The days of ME, ME, ME advertising are OVER

    If your advertising campaigns focus on all the ways that you are amazing and nothing about how you can help your clients, you’re wasting your money. Instead, share your insights about how the market is doing, political issues regarding homeownership, mortgage news, and the best ways to maximize the value of your home. You are not relevant. Period.

    3. Consistency is key

    You can be the best agent in the world and deliver amazing service during a transaction—but if you don’t stay top of mind, you are not likely to get the referral or the next listing. You need to find disciplined and, ideally, automated ways to contact your sphere at least every two weeks with information that MATTERS to them.

    Watch the recording below to learn more:

    If you would like to learn more about HomeActions, you can contact Albert Clark at aclark@HomesActions.net.


    HomeActions is also working to help agents thrive as the real estate process becomes more virtual. Catch our next webinar session to learn more about the benefits of HomeActions. 


    We’re Helping You Stay Connected During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    In the wake of shelter-in-place measures to stop the coronavirus, our team is here to help our clients leverage informative content and timely digital communications.


    Here is what some of our clients had to say about us…


    “Thank you and your team for all you do to help us and our clients especially with pertinent communications during the COVID-19 pandemic!”

    Michele E.


    “Thank you for your reminders about the available coronavirus-related content and all of your ongoing help. I’ve been very pleased with my decision to move over to your company.”

    A Client


    “Thank you for the reminder and all of your ongoing help. I’ve been very pleased with my decision to move over to your company. Stay healthy and safe!”

    Del R.


     

    “I just wanted to reach out to you and let you know what a great support team you have. With current events happening, we have issued two OnTarget [single message] launches in the past week, and we expect to launch more in the coming weeks. [Your support team] did a wonderful job allowing us to quickly get important information out to our clients. The OnTarget feature is amazing, and we will definitely be utilizing it more often as things develop regarding the changes in business practices due to COVID-19. It gives me great peace of mind knowing your support team is there to help out with these emergency short notice launches. You have a great team!”

    Cheri G.


    “Thank you so much for suggesting your service to us. Seriously, if we were using Checkpoint I would be going insane today. The best decision we have made as a firm. I appreciate you being persistent with me and showing me the way. No one sees value in the newsletter until they have to use it in times like this. I’m very thankful for your honesty and a truly great product. We have recently sent seven targeted emails and the people that we have reached are about four times more than the clients we sent it to as they share it. Our phones have been off the hook for the last two weeks, partly because of the content. Truly if we didn’t have the IN service we would have never been able to reach out to them in the first place.”

    Alba H.


     

    Want to hear more from our satisfied clients?

    CLICK HERE to see what other HomeActions clients had to say about our service.

    Your Guide To A Cleaner Marketing Database

    Marketing database maintenance can be a chore, but taking the time to tidy up is vital.

    Deliverability is determined by algorithms using a wide variety of signals to determine if an email list gets through. When your subscribers open your emails, click through on email content or have some other positive responses to your messages, this helps your deliverability.

    If readers simply delete your emails without opening them or mark them as spam, they are sending negative signals that can hurt your deliverability.

    Here is your guide to help you keep a squeaky-clean marketing database and improve your deliverability.


    Suppress Or Fix Bad Email Addresses In Your Marketing Database


    A bad email is marked as such by ISPs because it has one of the following errors:

    Bad Format – A format error could indicate that an email address is missing a period, contains a misspelling, or has other incorrect or duplicated characters in the email address. This type of error could simply be a typo that needs to be fixed. When the format error is obvious, like a double period, this can be corrected by making a small adjustment to the email address in your subscriber record.

    Bad Domain – Sometimes domain names are changed, merged with other companies or simply deleted. When this happens, it renders the domain portion of your email (or everything after the @ sign) ineffective. Watch out for company name changes, mergers, email service provider domain name changes and other domain name issues in order to avoid bad domain issues in your database.

    Bad Account – When an employee leaves a company, their email often becomes invalid after a certain period of time. For example jsmith@abccompany.net may have retired. In the case of professional office environments, staff emails might be forwarded to a third party for a period of time before they are rendered invalid. When this occurs, there are often autoresponder emails sent out asking you to delete or update a former employee’s contact information. Pay attention to these autoresponder messages and take action to update information in order to avoid bad account issues.

    On occasion, it will be impossible to tell why an email was marked as bad. If you have attempted to remedy format, domain and account issues, and the email is still being marked as a bad email, it is time to suppress the contact record to ensure that future messages are not launched to the bad email address. Some platforms will automatically suppress bad emails for you.


    Remove Generic Email Addresses 


    When an email address is publicly available, it is able to be harvested by unethical list sellers. Because of this, generic email addresses are often heavily policed for spam. Unless you absolutely know that the person or people behind a generic email address expressly consent to receiving your messages, you should remove any of the following generic emails from your account:

    • accounts@
    • admin@
    • billing@
    • billings@
    • contact@
    • help@
    • info@
    • inquiries@
    • manager@
    • sales@
    • subscribe@
    • support@
    • webmaster@
    • welcome@

    Additionally, generic emails often have low open rates and low engagement, which also negatively impacts your deliverability.


    Remove Inactive Subscribers


    To keep up to date with email deliverability best practices, we consult with some of the top delivery and anti-spam engineers from major mailbox providers, as well as senders that are like our company, in order to coordinate better ways to get wanted emails to the readers.

    One of the most important email marketing best practice trends we identified is to track user engagement and remove inactive subscribers. Engagement means that your readers have opened, read and/or clicked a link in your email. The major mailbox providers such as Gmail, AOL, Hotmail and Yahoo all track how long a message is open and whether the links within it were clicked. They take note if a message was deleted without opening it. They also detect when messages are sent to accounts that no longer check email at all.

    Clean Up Dead Weight

    A common suggestion for cleaning an email list is to remove all disengaged or inactive subscribers. What this means is that you will be determining all the people who have not opened or clicked on one of your emails in a given period of time and simply removing them from your list.

    Why Does This Help?

    You may feel like it stings a bit to remove members from a list that you’ve worked hard to grow, but if they are sitting in your marketing database in an inactive or disengaged status, they are actually hurting your sending reputation. A bad sending reputation means you’ll be less likely to be successfully delivered to those who really want to hear from you.

    Improve Your Reach

    If there is no engagement for a large portion of your list, then it is more likely that your marketing emails will not reach a majority of your audience. To increase the chances of reaching inboxes and not getting filtered out, take steps to remove all list members who are not engaged.

    Take a Tiered Approach

    You can begin removing people in waves. First, remove those who have not clicked or opened in the past year. Then change your email strategies to see whether you can boost engagement among your existing members. When you see open and click rates improving, take some time to do a second purge of all those who have still not engaged within the past six months. You may also repeat this process as a last step, and look at all those who have not engaged within a three-month period as your final purge.

    Purging long-term inactive subscribers also means you’re much less likely to end up in a spam trap. An extremely inactive list with long-term disengaged members can be “gravestoned” by ISPs. This means that ISPs will flag your messages as irrelevant or meaningless to your subscribers, thus negatively impacting your deliverability.

    “Healing” Your Deliverability

    Even though this process will cause the number of active list members in your database to go down, you will receive the benefit of better delivery rates among those recipients who enjoy your messages. When you view your metrics and reporting, you may notice that the number of opens and clicks will remain steady, but since fewer inactive email addresses are on your list, the open and click rate percentages will gradually increase as mailbox providers begin to recognize your improved sending reputation.

    Over time, this process will result in more emails getting into the inboxes of your recipients, producing higher traction and engagement with fewer complaints and filtering issues. When the mailbox providers detect the higher percentage of recipients reading and clicking on links, they will tend to give those messages more favorable treatment by keeping them out of the spam folder. The absolute numbers of clicks and opens will likely go up as well, based on experience from testing this strategy with our existing customers.

     


     

    Do you need help organizing your marketing database? We’ve got you covered.

    CLICK HERE for more info about how HomeActions can help build your marketing database.

    HomeActions™ Is Listed Among MoxiCloud Partners That Make Virtual Real Estate Business Easy

    When it comes to virtual solutions for real estate marketing and communications, HomeActions™ has been providing digital real estate marketing for over 15 years.

    These are trying times, and our team is doing all we can to assist the real estate industry during the international coronavirus crisis. After all, we were made for times like these. We are a virtual company ourselves, and we have been from the start. We have long recognized the real estate industry’s need for online real estate marketing solutions. Our platform was built from the ground-up with the needs of this unique industry in mind.

    We’re pleased to have been recently recognized among MoxiWorks 5 MoxiCloud Partners That Make Virtual Real Estate Business Easy.

    We agree wholeheartedly with Krista Thomsen’s, Partner Manager, MoxiCloud Partnerships & Integrations, statement:

    “We’re in this together. Each of us is having to face unusual circumstances — but we’re not facing it alone. A wise story-teller succinctly reminds us that we can face any challenge with teamwork. ‘In union, there is strength.’ – Aesop

    The same is true for your technology. The MoxiCloud contains some pretty fantastic and adaptable products, but it also partners with more than 50 other industry-leading integrated technologies.” …Read More

    As we face these challenges together, HomeActions™ recognizes that effective virtual real estate marketing tools can professionals thrive in a virtual office environment. That’s why we have chosen to partner with reputable organizations like MoxiWorks to deliver integrated virtual real estate technologies.

    We understand that the real estate market may get worse before it gets better.

    “The housing market is going to be stalled for the spring,” says Jessica Lautz, NAR’s Vice President of Research. “Buyers and sellers are not necessarily buying and purchasing right now unless they have to. They’re delaying the process for a couple of months. “ – REALTOR.com

    That being said, the boom of recovery is on the horizon.

    “Realtors do expect there will be a rebound,” says Lautz. “We’re going to see demand coming out of this.”REALTOR.com

    HomeActions™ is in a position to help agents stay in touch with their sphere of influence while they are weathering the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ll make sure you’re top-of-mind when demand returns. Contact us to find out how our solutions can help your virtual real estate business thrive during these trying times.

    How To Reduce, Reuse and Recycle Your Marketing Content

    If you are trying to make the most out of your content resources, check out these smart tips for getting the most bang out of the time and effort you invest in your marketing content.

    Repurpose Existing Content Across Multiple Channels


    If you think of the Reduce, Reuse, Recycle campaign, you’ll have the inspiration you need to take a single marketing article and turn it into an email newsletter article, blog post, social media post and many other online resources. This strategy helps you maximize the exposure of your content while also stretching your resources. Repurposing content is a logical way to make your content marketing work smarter, not harder. Plus, when you drive social visitors back to your campaigns, and vice versa, you’re creating more opportunities for prospects to find your company. There are numerous ways you can maximize the life and exposure of your content. Consider a single email newsletter article, and imagine that it could find new life as:
    • A blog post
    • An infographic
    • Multiple social media posts
    • A call-out quote that becomes a social media graphic
    • A chapter in an e-book
    • A video discussion or podcast
    The sky is the limit. Be creative, and consider all the ways you can stretch the life of your content to consolidate your resources, be more efficient with your time and maximize the exposure of your key articles.

    Be Selective When Choosing Social Networks


    More is not necessarily better when it comes to social media. It pays to be choosy about which social networks your company decides to use. Consider your target market. What networks are your customers and prospects most likely to visit? Before you build a profile on the latest and hottest social network, take a look at the demographics of their typical users, and make sure you will find your audience on that network. You should also be sure you have the time and staff available to post consistently and respond to activity on any network you choose.

    Use a Social Media Management Tool


    Social media management tools and some email marketing platforms offer a simple way to post your email marketing content to multiple platforms or profiles at once. With these tools, you won’t need to log in and out of multiple social networks. Instead, you can post to multiple platforms simultaneously in one step. Use this time-saving tool to maximize your time while you’re looking to maximize the exposure of your content.

    Create an Editorial Calendar and Instill a Weekly Routine of Scheduling Content for the Week Ahead


    Block out a recurring time for yourself to set up your email content on your blog and schedule it out to various social media platforms. Follow a cross-channel content calendar to help you stay organized. This simple, effective habit allows you to get ahead of the game so you will never need to be concerned about a stagnant blog or a weak social media presence. Start with these simple tips, then use your metrics and reporting tools to gauge the impact of your efforts. You’ll find that following these approaches helps you to maximize your content marketing impact with more productive, efficient strategies.

    Real Estate Communications during the COVID-19 Outbreak

    Marketing and communications have never been more vital in the real estate industry than right now. Here’s how our team is providing timely updates and assistance with real estate communications during the COVID-19 outbreak.


    REAL ESTATE COMMUNICATIONS


    Our clients are relying on us to help them communicate the latest COVID-19 information as well as how they are responding internally for their own clients.

    While other companies may fall silent during the coronavirus outbreak, it is important to us that our clients stay ahead of the pack and keep their digital communications in the forefront.

    In recognition of the urgent need for mass communications, we have opened up free, unlimited single message launch capabilities for all of our clients for the duration of the pandemic. Although our newsletter feature has always offered unlimited sending capabilities, our OnTarget (single message launch) feature previously offered a maximum of 20,000 sends per month.

    This has allowed our clients to quickly distribute important updates, such as:

    • Instructions with various ways to meet virtually
    • Locations or instructions for pick-up and drop-off of important documents
    • Best practices and recommendations during COVID-19

    REAL ESTATE CONTENT


    Our editorial team is hard at work delivering timely articles that our clients can use to quickly disseminate information related to the pandemic.

    To date, our editorial team has produced 14 articles covering COVID-19 updates that our clients are using to keep their own clientele informed.


    CLIENT CARE FOR OUR REAL ESTATE AGENTS


    We value our clients, and we are proud to be part of their communication efforts while they juggle shifting priorities.

    As a virtual office environment, our team is accustomed to working remotely. We are adept at the nuances of online workflow, and we have the experience necessary to help our clients navigate during this time.

    Our customer support team is available 12 hours a day, and we are helping our clients format and launch important updates as needed.

    What our clients are saying:

    “I just wanted to reach out to you and let you know what a great support team you have. With current events happening, we have issued two OnTarget [single message] launches in the past week, and we expect to launch more in the coming weeks. [Your support team] did a wonderful job allowing us to quickly get important information out to our clients.

    The OnTarget feature is amazing, and we will definitely be utilizing it more often as things develop regarding the changes in business practices due to COVID-19. It gives me great peace of mind knowing your support team is there to help out with these emergency short notice launches.

    You have a great team!”

    – Cheri G.


    REAL ESTATE CONNECTIONS


    Now is the time to increase your digital communications. It is essential to stay in front of your clients and prospects even when you can’t meet with them in-person.

    Digital communications are the lifeblood of your real estate business while office locations are closed. Our team can help you provide updates and assistance with timely messaging you need.

    If you need to improve your real estate communication strategies, don’t wait: get started today. Contact us to find out how our professionally written content integrated with smart email newsletter templates and single message launches will help you streamline your messaging during this imperative time.