This video demonstrates the Customer CSV Import in the DeltaNET. Customer data can be imported from a CSV with contact information, group associations, notes, and more.
This video demonstrates how you can generated mailable postcards in bulk for customers that have requested a home valuation on your website. It further describes the functionality of the AVM Reports page in the DeltaNET.
This video demonstrates use of the Income and Expense Report functionality built into the DeltaNET.
This video demonstrates how to add customer reviews/testimonials for specific team members to any page on a team website.
This video demonstrates how you can manage domains purchased through the DeltaNET or transfer them to another registrar.
This video demonstrates how to disable automatic social media posts for listings on a per listing basis.
This video demonstrates how to create and email blast populated with listings. The listing can be defined based on any search criteria you choose.
This video demonstrates some updates to the Curbside Marketing system (previously labelled "text short codes") in the DeltaNET. This system allows customers to text a keyword of your choosing to a phone number to receive a link to a search results page on your website centered on their current location.
In this video, we demonstrate the new and improved Help Center in the DeltaNET. The Help Center is continually updated with new content to help you learn how to get the most out of the DeltaNET platform features.
This video demonstrates the Open House Connector system in DeltaNET 6.
This video demonstrates how to create and manage custom pages on your website using the DeltaNET Pages system.
This video demonstrates how to use the blog platform in DeltaNET 6.0
See how custom QR codes can be created and managed through the DeltaNET. This system provides an easy method of creating QR codes that can direct users to your listing pages and allows them to be repurposed to direct to different pages when that listing is no longer on the market.
In this video, Harley Wolfarth demonstrates how you can set a verified cell phone number that can be used as your username when logging into the DeltaNET via the web or the mobile app.
In this week's episode, Harley covers the Transaction Pipeline widget and how the goals and defaults work.
In this episode of Tech Tuesday, Harley explains customer groups and how they help keep your clients organized.
This week, Harley goes over a Market Watch Report update.
On this episode of Tech Tuesday, Harley demonstrates how DeltaNET® 6 users can interact with the new DeltaNET® Academy. The episode covers viewing assigned courses, taking any courses available to them, as well as taking, retaking, and reviewing quizzes on courses where applicable.
This week, Harley goes over My Customer for Life in the DeltaNET.
This week Harley goes over the Custom Page Image Gallery in the DeltaNET.
This week, Harley goes over Customer Reviews Import in the DeltaNET.
This week, Harley goes over the customer list in the DeltaNET.
This week, Harley goes over the Team Overview in the DeltaNET.
This week, Harley goes over Market Watch Reports in the DeltaNET.
This week Harley goes over lead quality scores in the DeltaNET.
This week, Harley goes over the Transaction Pipeline in the DeltaNET.
This week, Harley goes over general automations in the DeltaNET.
In this weeks Tech Tuesday, Harley goes over the Haves and Wants System in the DeltaNET.
This week, Harley goes over market updates in the DeltaNET.
This week, Harley goes over sold listings pages in the DeltaNET.
This week Harley reviews Blog Setup in the DeltaNET.
This week, Harley goes over mail merging and mailing labels in DeltaNET.
This week Harley goes over Seller Reports in the DeltaNET.
This week Harley goes over mobile app setup in the DeltaNET.
This week, Harley goes over campaigns and action plans.
This week, Harley goes over individual Market Watch Reports.
This week, Harley goes over customer reviews in the DeltaNET.
This week, Harley goes over holding saved search emails in queue for approval before sending in the DeltaNET.
This week Harley goes over using message groups in drip campaigns.
This week Harley reviews setting up saved searches in the DeltaNET.
Today Harley reviews setting a verified email address in the DeltaNET.
In this Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth demonstrates how to interact with the Do Not Call (DNC) System in the DeltaNET. Keep in mind that this system must be activated at the company level to be available to you.
In this Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth covers the various system notifications that the DeltaNET is capable of sending as well as how those notifications can be turned on or off.
Hello and welcome to Tech Tuesday, presented by Delta Media Group, where we think that Harley Quinn is just misunderstood. I mean, her heart's in the right place most of the time. So we really think she's good at heart. So today we are going to take a look at system notifications in the DeltaNET. Now, specifically, we are looking at notifications that the system will send out to you to give you information about various things or update you of various circumstances in the DeltaNET. Now, these are all the ones that can be switched on and off independently, so you can control what those are. And then we'll also take a look at some of the details about the information included in each of those types of system notifications.
So to be clear, we are not looking at like lead notifications exactly. That stuff's going to go to you no matter what, you don't want to turn off your lead notifications. But there are different settings where you can go in and control where those lead notifications go, things like that. And we do have videos that cover that piece. So today, like I said, we're just going to take a look at the system notifications themselves.
So first off, the easiest way to go in and control these system notifications is to do so from your profile page. So just click on your name up here in the top right. Click on profile. And that takes you to your profile page overall. Now I could just scroll down and find them and actually can see they're right there on my page, but I can also type in system notifications, or if I were to type in notifications, you can see that it narrows the whole page down to just this thing that I want to see.
So looking this over, the first thing you can do here is you can control where these system notifications go. So if you wanted these to go to an address that is different from what you have set up in your public email address, then you can add that address here. If you want it to go to multiple addresses, you can actually put multiple addresses here, separated by commas as well. So I could say firstname.lastname@example.org and then a comma, and then email email@example.com and onward. So if I want multiple people or five office assistants, anything like that, and I want them to get notifications of these emails, I can do that by just entering those into that field. Now keep in mind, they will go to those addresses instead of your public email address. So if I clear this out here, you can see it opens up my email address section again, and then right there is my public email address. So if there's nothing filled in here, that public email address is where those will go. So we'll go ahead and narrow that back down again.
Now as to the notifications themselves, you can see, we have a wide variety here. Now, your list might not look exactly the same as mine. It kind of depends on what features your company has turned on, and also your company admins have the ability to go in and switch off some of these different notifications on the admin side. And if they're switched off there, then the toggles won't show for you here. So just keep that in mind, as you look through these, or as you walk through these with me. But now we'll just run through each one and give you some details about what each one does.
So first we have the digest notification. This is a monthly notification email that provides various information about what happened in the DeltaNET or what the DeltaNET did, or what happened on your website the previous month. So it's actually looking at the previous calendar month whenever you receive one of these. The first thing it'll have is it includes an announcement section at the top. So if there's any kind of announcement to make, and really these would be announcements that Delta has created. So if there is one, it would include that at the top though, generally you won't see that section.
After that, it includes a notification about your newest leads. So this would be leads that came in the previous month. It includes information about customers that have logged in the previous month. Any customers that have created a saved search, any customers that the system suggests that you would follow up with, it'll include a section for that as well. It will include a section for listing performance. So if you've got any new listings a previous month, basically how those listings performed, and really it's looking at up to 20 of your active contingent or pending listings that are on the market, that were entered in the previous month or added to our system the previous month.
If you are running any ads through Adwizard, it will include information about those and not just what ads were created, but it'll actually include performance statistics there. So basically how those ads performed. It will include email statistics from My Customer for Life, e-cards and market watches. So basically how many of those have gone out on your behalf? How many of the agents ... Or not agents. But how many of the customers interacted with actually clicked through on to get into your website?
And lastly, it will include some new listing notification stats. So this would be specifically customer saved search emails. So if customers have gone to the website, saved a search, basically how many of those went through to your customers and the related stats? So how many were opened and how many click throughs there were just like the stats with My Customer for Life, e-card and MarketWatch. So this is kind of your big overall email. So once a month, you'll get one of these. As long as you have this toggled on, you'll get one of these that includes all of that information from all of those happenings in the previous calendar month.
Now the next one is the new listing tips email. So this will be triggered every time you add a new listing to the system. And basically it provides some suggestions about what to do with your new listing or features and things that you can do through the DeltaNET to help you market that listing. Specifically, it suggests that you set up seller report. It suggests the creation of an e-card, printable fliers, social media sharing. And if you or your company have properties in motion turned on, it'll give you some information about properties in motion related to that listing as well. Each one of those sections does include some information about that, as a link into the DeltaNET to kind of shortcut you into the correct page in the DeltaNET to set those things up.
So for example, creating an e-card, it includes a link that will actually pipe that listing information into the e-card system in the DeltaNET. So it takes you straight in there, and then you just select the template you want, and it'll show that listing information right there on the template. So just designed to be a nice time-saver for you to go in and do some quick marketing of your listing without having to put a whole lot of extra time or effort into that.
Now, the next thing we have here is the Adwizard notifications. So if this is turned on and you are using the Adwizard system, when you have a listing that is listing a notification that is about to run out, not a notification, I'll get there. When you have an ad through Adwizard that is about to expire, this system will notify you of that and give you the opportunity to click through, go back into Adwizard and renew that if you wanted to continue that ad. So that's what this one is for.
The next one is upcoming email digest. And this one has a nice convenient description right here below it. It will send you an email if there are any campaign emails, e-cards or email blasts that are scheduled to go out in the next three days. Now, the purpose of this is so that you can see these automated emails that are about to go out on your behalf. And then if you want to make changes to those at the last minute before they're actually sent, this gives you the opportunity to do so. So that's why it gives you that three day buffer there. So the idea is three days before, you'll get this email, you can go in and say, oh, well, I want to make some changes to this email or who the recipients are of it. It gives you a chance to do that.
The next one here is our daily digest email. So what this does is it sends you an email of any tasks or to-do's that you have in the system that are either past due, or will be due very soon. And you can also exclude the upcoming events. So if you just want to see the past due tasks or the currently due tasks, you can check that box and then you won't get tasks that are upcoming, that aren't for you to do yet. So that's the idea, just a quick notification to let you know there are things to take care of so that you can go in and take care of them.
And the next one we have here is company news. So what this one will do is if the company creates any news articles on the admin side of the DeltaNET, this thing will automatically send you an email and just let you know what those news articles are.
And next we have the weekly bounce report. And this one also has a nice description below it, but what this one comes down to is, as the system sends out a wide variety of email on your behalf, if it receives a bounce response from any of the customers that it sent an email to, it will add it to our bounce table and also add it to this report. Now, the idea is that if we send an email out to a customer and it does bounce, that's basically the customer's email host telling us that that customer can't receive email for some reason. If it is a permanent reason, like the account doesn't exist, it just classifies it as a bad email address, something like that. Then it'll send that response and will log it, and then add it to this email so that you can see and then go in and address any of those.
The idea is that you could use this report to go into the DeltaNET and either verify that these email addresses are correct, or whether or not they're correct, or you can go in and get a new email address for that customer if have sending email to their old address is starting to bounce.
And then lastly, we have the Dotloop import notification. So this one's very specific. It really only will exist to customers that the company has the Dotloop integration turned on. So if your company does use Dotloop for transaction information, and that integration is turned on, then what the system will do is automatically send you a note, if this is turned on, automatically send you a notification every time it does import customers or import transactions on your behalf. But this option will only be available if that integration is turned on for you, since it is an optional integration to begin with. Now, if it is turned on at the company level and you don't want to receive those notifications, then you can switch it off here. That is what this toggle is for.
So there you go. Now, keep in mind any change that you make here, you have to click this update notifications button down here at the bottom to actually save your changes. But this does allow you to turn off a wide variety or turn on a wide variety of different notifications that are all designed to give you more information about what the system is doing for you on one hand. And also what else you can do with the system that might not be immediately obvious to you.
So the only other thing to add here is that this is a dedicated interface to just look at these pieces. However, there is another page that you can go to in the DeltaNET that kind of consolidates these system notifications along with the lead notification settings for when you're actually getting notified of new leads and things coming into the system. Now, we do have another video to cover that, but to just show you where that's at, if I just type notification, if I could type the right letters here. Notifications up here, you can see there's a notifications settings link. I would just click that to go through to that overall notifications page, or I can click on the settings gear up here in the top and I can search for it on my settings page as well. So there you go. As always, if you have any questions, comments, concerns, feel free to send an email into firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call and we will help you through whatever else you need. Thanks a lot.
In this video, Harley Wolfarth demonstrates how to install and sign into the DeltaNET native app for iOS and Android.
In this Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth demonstrate how to add a custom image gallery to your custom pages.
In this Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth demonstrates some of the special functionality associated with team accounts in the DeltaNET.
In this week's Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth demonstrate how you can add panoramic photos to your listings through the DeltaNET.
Hello, and welcome to Tech Tuesday presented by Delta Media Group, where there's no time for clever jokes or movie references today. So, pitter patter let's get at her. So, today we're going to take a look at some new functionality we have added for listing photos, specifically, you can now add panoramic photos to your listings. And they're pretty neat. You can actually go into these photos in such a way that if you even had Google Cardboard, if you've ever heard of that or a VR headset, you could actually view this panoramic photo in VR. So, it's kind of neat and kind of an easy thing you could actually do with your phone at a listing.
So, in order to add a panoramic photo to the DeltaNet, you must first create the panoramic photo using a regular camera that supports a panoramic photo mode; or most phones out today, or most smartphones do have the ability to take panoramic pictures. But how you do that depends on your device. Now, once you've taken your picture and you have downloaded it onto your computer, or you could actually do this with your mobile device though the interface will look a little bit different, you can go in and add it to your listing.
So, to do that, we're here in the DeltaNet. We're going to go down to listings and then down to manage my listings. And now from here, we're going to go into the listing profile page for the listing that we would like to add our panoramic photo to. So, in this case, we'll just go ahead and choose this first one. So, I'm going to click on the MLS ID in order to get to that page. Now, the MLS ID looks a little funny because this is a test listing. But you'll just click on your MLS ID to get into this page.
Now, from here, you'll see that we have a new tab up at the top called panoramic photos. I'm going to click on that, and now this is where we can upload our photo. Now, you can see here that for best results it's looking for an image aspect ratio of two to one. So, the idea is that, and it says here, the width must be exactly twice the height. So, the closer you can get to that, the better the image is going to look in the viewer.
So, now we're just going to click on add file, and I happen to have a panoramic photo prepared here. I'm just going to click on that. So, there we go. And now once you've added it here, you click on start upload to actually add it to the system. There we go. You can see the page refreshes. So, if I go back over here and click on panoramic photos, you can see there's my picture, my very pretty scenic vista here. And now if we go to the listing detail page for this property, I can just click here as a shortcut to get there.
You can see that opens up in a new tab. And now in my listing photo section, you can see there is an additional button for panorama. If I click on that, it'll actually show me all of the panoramic photos I have uploaded to this listing. In this case, I have just the one; but if I had more than one, it would actually show a box for each one here. And then if I click on the photo here, it will open it up in the panoramic viewer.
And you can see how cool this is. So, it opens it up. You can navigate it. I say navigate, but you can move around within the image using your mouse here. Or if you were using a mobile device and you were viewing this, as you moved your device around, you could actually see this move with your phone as if your phone, you're looking through a window into this image. So, that's kind of neat.
And the other thing you can do is down here, there's some additional settings. So, I could click this to full screen it, which would make it fill up my screen depending on what size your monitor is. And then you can view a larger version of this image. Or I can click on this gear down here, and I have some additional options. So, right now it's on mouse control, which makes sense for what I'm using. But if I were using a mobile device, I might want this to be on sensor control, in which case it's using the gyroscope in the device so when I move my device around, it's moving me around within the image.
And the next thing we have here is under mode. I'm on normal mode, so it's just basically displaying a box that has my panoramic image in it. But I could change this to Cardboard view. So if I was using a Google Cardboard or a VR headset, you can see that it will line up with the eye sockets, the eye holes on that device. So, it'll be like virtual reality. It'll act as if I'm there.
And then lastly, we've got a stereoscopic mode. So, you can see it is two separate, slightly different images. You can see how they're a slightly different part of the image because it's designed, you're right eye would be seeing one. Your left eye would be seeing the other. This would be used for more dedicated VR headsets as opposed to the Google Cardboard view specifically which is designed to line up with the lens sizes in a Google Cardboard if you set one of those up, if you know what that is.
But there you go. So, that is how you can add a panoramic image to any of your listings and then how your customers can get in and see those images online. And as I said, you can add more than one. So, you could have a whole series of panoramic images for different parts of the yard or different rooms within the property.
So, there you go. Thank you very much, kind of a short one today. I'm keeping it easy on you. So, as always, if you have any questions, comments, concerns, feel free to send an email into email@example.com, or give us a call and we can walk you through whatever functionality you'd like. And thank you very much. I will see you again next week.
In this episode of Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth demonstrates DeltaNET 6's Seller Report system.
In this episode of Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth demonstrates the Customer Center in DeltaNET 6.
In this episode of Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth demonstrates how to use Social Connector in DeltaNET 6. Social Connector allows sales associates to automatically post their new listings, open houses, sold listings, customer reviews, listing videos, and more directly to their social media pages.
In this episode of Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth showcases the DeltaNET 6 group system, and how you can use it to group your customers to maximize your marketing efforts.
In this episode of Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth demonstrates how to use the Customer Profile in DeltaNET® 6. The Customer Profile page is your one stop shop for all things related to the customer. Market to your clients, run reverse prospecting reports, and automate their property search all from the DeltaNET!
In this episode of Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth goes over bulk actions including using the customer list in DeltaNET® 6.
In this episode of Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth shows DeltaNET's Google support. DeltaNET offers sales associates the ability to synchronize their contacts, calendar, tasks/events, and more!
In this episode of Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth demonstrates how to customize your website using the DeltaNET's modular themes and theme editor.
In this week's Tech Tuesday video, Harley reviews Customer Profile Pages.
In this episode of Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth goes over managing and creating dashboard tiles, powered by the DeltaNET™️ 6 CRM.
Harley Wolfarth demonstrates how to update the search settings of a Delta Media Group® website, powered by the DeltaNET™️ 6 CRM In this episode of Tech Tuesday.
Harley Wolfarth demonstrates how to modify your listing display settings for your website in the DeltaNET™️ 6 CRM.
Just in case you missed today's live episode of Tech Tuesday, watch Harley Wolfarth demonstrate the Open House Connector™️ tool found in the DeltaNET 6™️ CRM.
In this week's episode of Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth demonstrates how to manage your listings in DeltaNET™️ 6.
Harley Wolfarth demonstrates DeltaNET™️ 6 Market Watch tools In this episode of Tech Tuesday.
Harley Wolfarth walks you through the AVM System in DeltaNET® 6 in this episode of Tech Tuesday.
In this episode of Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth demonstrates the various ways to manage your sold listings in the DeltaNET!
In this week's Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth walks us through the setup process of LinkedIn Connector, DeltaNET 6's latest tool for automated social media posting.
Harley Wolfarth walks you through the Lead Settings page of DeltaNET® 6 in this episode of Tech Tuesday.
In this week's Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth reviews creating and using Customer Lists in DeltNET 6 to connect with prospects and clients effectively.
Learn to update your Notification settings within DeltaNET 6 in this episode of Tech Tuesday with Harley Wolfarth.
In this episode of Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth demonstrates how to use the DeltaNET 6 Property Search tool to send and save listings to your clients.
In this episode of Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth covers how to opt your clients out of the email and SMS subscriptions in DeltaNET 6.
In this episode of Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth demonstrates how to send out message blasts using the DeltaNET® 6.
In this episode of Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth shows you how to setup a Virtual Phone Number so that you can start utilizing DeltaNET's built-in SMS functionality. You can send bulk messages as well as set up automated campaigns!
Harley Wolfarth walks us through the steps to embedding videos into email during this week's Tech Tuesday video.
In this week's Tech Tuesday video, Harley Wolfarth shows the new dynamic market stat widget that real estate agents can use while creating custom pages.
Harley Wolfarth walks you through the campaigns and action plans system found in DeltaNET 6 in this week's Tech Tuesday.
In this episode of Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth demonstrates how to import your existing customer database into the DeltaNET® CRM.
In this video, Harley Wolfarth demonstrates the new Speech to Text functionality in the DeltaNET® CRM.
In this episode of Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth introduces sales associates to the newly available DeltaNET 6.
In this episode of Tech Tuesday, Harley Wolfarth demonstrates how to add a Facebook Messenger chat widget to your agent website.
In this week's Tech Tuesday video, Harley Wolfarth demonstrates how to quickly embed listing information and/or customer reviews in emails sent through the DeltaNET