In this video, we demonstrate the email package subscription and usage history page. This page allows you to see your historical email usage to provide you with the information necessary to choose the email sending package that will work best for you.
Getting used to presenting yourself as an expert is one of the first challenges any real estate agent faces. Self-promotion is something often looked down upon. Confidence might take a while to build, and you need to effectively project that confidence even before you have a track record of results.
Naturally, it gets easier and easier with experience. But nobody wants to feel like they're annoying their contacts and customers. The fear of being annoying can stop you from speaking up early in your career. And even once you're rolling along, it can still be a concern. That's especially true with digital marketing.
Good digital marketing should seem like a personal message from you to the recipient. But we all know the truth: You could be speaking to ten, a hundred, or a thousand people. Of all the names on your list, some of them are bound to get annoyed simply because they don't like marketing.
But if your communication turns off a noticeable portion of your audience, there's a bigger problem.
When you work hard to get leads on your list, only to lose them soon after, it burns your time and energy. So, it's crucial to be alert to the signs that your marketing isn't quite on track — and fix it.
Is Your Marketing Annoying? These Signs Can Tell You
It's a strange paradox that two of your most powerful digital marketing tools — email marketing and text message marketing — are among the ones most likely to get on a lead's bad side. Most leads won't come right out and say you're annoying, though. The signs are more subtle, and you've got to tune in.
Here are some of the key signals to be aware of:
Maximize the Impact of Your Digital Marketing
Even if you run into a few setbacks, that's no reason to give up or slow down your digital marketing. For any one email or social media post, there's always a good chance a big part of your following won't see it, so you should never shy away from posting frequently.
Here's how to get your marketing back on track:
Above all, keep going. The more content you share, the more likely you are to land on something that resonates with your audience. Contact us to discover how AI-driven automation can help.