Do you use video in your marketing? More resources keep popping up suggesting that video use in marketing realtors and properties will soon be the norm. Realtor.com sees the advantage of using video in marketing, and they have created a guide for Creating Compelling Video.
Real estate agents usually are not short of crazy, amusing stories. Going through homes and dealing with multiple clients is a sure-fire way of building a repertoire of stories to share with family, friends and co-workers. We aren’t exempt from having fun stories to share and couldn’t pass up the opportunity to share one. The video below is part of an upcoming project where realtors will be able to submit
The majority of buyers, over 90%, are utilizing the Internet to create a list of properties they might call their next home. To narrow down a list of homes, the buyer searches in a specific area and scrolls through the countless homes posted on the MLS. Every real estate listing is usually represented by a single thumbnail photo: the front exterior.
Client testimonials are very powerful for any business, including realtors. They are a way to show potential clients that as a realtor, you have successfully helped clients sell or buy a home. It is a way to sell your services without a huge sales pitch that some clients might not connect with.
Last week we had the pleasure of guest blogging for Mark McDonough at texasmls.com. View the InfoGraphic below along with descriptions of the four sections, or read the full article with additional topic points: 8 reasons professional real estate photography is important to Realtors.
Photos and Video are VERY Important It’s amazing how many people talk about the importance of photos and video in marketing real estate. All it takes is a google search to see the vast number of blog posts and youtube videos showcasing tips for taking better photos or using video to market your properties:
RAW Gives You The Chance To Adjust White Balance Usually when you hear the word RAW it brings images to your mind of a butcher counter or sushi bar. In the world of photography, however, RAW has a very different meaning. A RAW image format is one where the camera does very little to manipulate or process the image it is recording. Some people call a RAW image file a