Are you ready to make 2022 your best year yet? Then now is the perfect time to give your lead generation a boost, whether that means innovating with the integration of the latest ideas or doubling down by enhancing the tactics that are already working for you. There are more opportunities than ever for generating leads, boosting the visibility of your real estate brand, and connecting with prospects online. Here are seven tips for enhancing your lead generation in 2022 and taking your business to new heights.
Enhance Your Lead Generation in 2022
With so many different ways to generate leads, one of the big things to remember is how important it is to diversify your lead generation strategy. The start of the new year is the perfect time to experiment with new lead generation options and optimize all of your dependable, existing tactics for generating leads. The work that you do now will pay off all year long with more and better leads.
Old leads can be a valuable source of new business, but reconnecting does require a mix of touch, tact, and timing. Reconnecting with those old leads is an especially good idea right now, with so many buyers and sellers who put their real estate plans on hold in the last year now looking to get those plans back on track with the help of the right real estate agent. With a good action plan in place, you can heat up those old leads and show them why you're the best choice for their real estate needs.
Take Steps to Ensure That You're Always Ready to Reconnect
Every lead has potential, even if they're not ready to buy or sell right this second. That's why it's so important to learn about your leads and make sure that you have key information ready for when the time is right. When you engage with a lead, note their preferences in your real estate CRM even if they're not ready to take the next step right now. Learn about what types of homes they're interested in if they're a buyer, what their timeline is for buying or selling, and what's motivating them to explore their real estate options.
How Email Marketing Can Help You Reconnect with Old Leads
Email marketing is a great way to keep leads engaged, and the AI-driven campaigns in DeltaNET 6 can help you make sure that your leads are getting the right content at the right time. When you identify an older lead that may now be ready to take the next steps, a personalized email can help you reestablish lines of communication:
Get Social to Learn about Leads and Reconnect
When it comes to both lead generation and re-engagement, social media has tremendous value. If you've connected with an old lead via a social in the past, their social activity can provide valuable insight into when the time is right to reconnect. And even if you don't scout social to find out what leads are up to, social platforms are still an easy way to open lines of communication.
Offer Something in Return and Always Follow Up
Reconnecting with a lead is a great first step, but they may still need a little nurturing before they're ready to make a decision. Offering targeted, valuable real estate content that speaks to their needs is a powerful way to show your value and incentivize them to continue the conversation. No matter how you reconnect with an old lead, always remember to follow up. Your first contact can help create interest, but it may take more outreach before they're truly ready to buy or sell a home.
Do You Have the Right Real Estate CRM to Maximize Your Leads?
The right real estate tool is a huge component in both generating new leads and reconnecting with old ones. Do you have all of the tools you need to generate new business? Contact us to learn more about how DeltaNET 6 can help you take your business to the next level.
The real estate industry is changing, and so are the needs of clients.
These days, people want speed and convenience. Providing rapid, responsive service is crucial for top-notch customer service. One of the best tools for growing rapport is something you probably use daily but might not have applied to your business just yet.
It's SMS Texting.
Working from home as a sales associate presents its share of unique challenges, but as an industry, real estate has quickly found ways to adjust to this new normal. We're seeing more associates than ever embracing the marketing tools in DeltaNET 6 while relying on our CRM to coordinate business from home. Real estate technology has become more critical than ever, and embracing technology is the key to keeping business running as smoothly as possible during these unusual times. Get started with our guide to generating leads with real estate technology while working from home.
An open house is one of the most powerful ways to build interest in a property.
With an open house, you have the opportunity to meet prospective buyers, answer their questions, and help them overcome doubts that might stop them from making an offer on the home.
While some attendees will only be there to look around, a good open house attracts its fair share of buyers ready to move forward on a purchase within weeks.
It's not unusual to sell a home shortly after an open house. Simply by making the property accessible, you ensure buyers put time into their schedule to see it.
How can you make the most of your open house? Remember these tactics:
Wouldn't it be nice to draw countless qualified leads to your real estate business, without paying for ad space or picking up the phone to cold call? That's the promise of content marketing, and it's one of many reasons why content should be a crucial element of your real estate marketing strategy.
Your content is waiting to increase visibility, add value, educate, and ultimately turn prospects into clients.
Content marketing is a big part of what we do at Delta Media Group. Today, we're going to take a closer look at how you can use content to grow your real estate business.
Why Content Marketing Matters in Real Estate
Content is an important marketing tool no matter the industry, but it's especially valuable in real estate. The vast majority of people start searches online--whether they're looking for a home or working to find an agent. Your content should demonstrate your expertise, share valuable tips, highlight market areas, and show prospects why you're the right choice for their needs. Content is also a key element in search engine optimization (SEO), which makes it easier for prospects to find your business online. Ultimately, content creates qualified leads, which is why it's a must-have for REALTORS®.
Ask just about any real estate agent, and they will tell you maintaining and growing client relationships are at the heart of succeeding in today's market. A real estate agent juggles multiple tasks daily. It's essential to find a way to organize your time to concentrate on priorities like finding prospects, converting leads, showing homes, and making sales.
It sounds like a lot of heavy lifting, but you really can squeeze all of these things into your day by using an organized, active sales pipeline.
The goal of a pipeline is to move prospects through each stage of the sales process, from marketing to closing, while keeping your pipeline stocked with new opportunities.
We've put together six tips to manage your real estate pipeline and help grow your business.
Use the Right Tools for Pipeline Management
Managing your real estate pipeline with spreadsheets, email, and notes is a challenging task. When you have to spend so much time managing your pipeline manually, you're losing time you could dedicate to closing deals. Manual pipeline management also makes it easier for tasks to slip through the cracks, resulting in lost business.
Delta Media Group's Pipeline Manager is a robust, back-end CRM system built with all the rights tools to prioritize your day's activities quickly. Since the Pipeline Manager gives you the power to automate your office tasks, you have more time in the day to do what you do best - close more deals. Agents have the ability to track, manage, and engage with contacts from their smartphone with Pipeline Manager.