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Hey, property management growth hackers. Today, I want to talk about a specific strategy you can use to develop property management leads for your company. That strategy is basically a Realtor Referral Program. Before I get into it, just a quick introduction. My name is Stephen Fox. I’m one of the administrators of this Property Management Growth Hacking Club. I’m also the co-founder at Upkeep Media where we specialized in helping property management companies grow. So, without further ado let’s get into it. Contents1 What is a Realtor Referral Program?2 Step 1: Create a Landing Page2.1 1. Optimize Your Page for Search2.2 2. Include Commission2.3 3. Share Your Page3 Step 2: Different Strategies to Promote Your Realtor Referral Program3.1 1. Facebook & LinkedIn3.1.1 How to Promote in a Group:3.2 2. Local Meetups3.3 3. … [Read more...] about Growing a Realtor Referral Program For A Property Management Company
Owning your own business is a risky venture, but one that has a lot of potential rewards. If you’re successful, you can bring yourself financial freedom, the ability to set your own hours, and the kind of success many people only dream about. Along the way, though, it’s going to be a lot of work, with a lot of learning, a lot of pitfalls, and a lot of ways to fail.One thing you can do to mitigate these potential failures is to prepare before you begin. That’s what this post is about; preparation. If you’re interested in starting an SEO business, you certainly can! There are thousands out there, serving websites large and small, with a wide range of unique value brought to the table. You can join the ranks; after all, there are still millions of websites out there run by people who have never heard of SEO, but would invest if you reached them.Starting an SEO business requires some setup and some tools, which you can acquire ahead of time to make your grand … [Read more...] about What Do You Need to Start Your Own SEO Company?
Why do companies like Toblerone or Pepperidge Farm bother having websites? As if people are going to say to themselves, “Gee, I wish I knew more about Milano cookies. I know! I’ll go to their site!” Just a thought. Many people have talked over the years about the gap between the amount of time that people spend online (which is large) and the percentage of marketing budgets that is committed to digital (not so large). Digital analyst Mary Meeker has estimated that this gap is worth about $50 billion globally (and that was a couple of years ago). I think that the reason for this can probably best be encapsulated by the quote at the start of this post, which is, if you’re interested, a quote from one of the characters in Douglas Coupland’s (excellent) novel jPod. Essentially, the character is vocalising the problem that many brands, particularly the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) ones that have historically been amongst the heaviest spenders on TV, have … [Read more...] about Website Or Social Network? Remember Who The Fish Belong To
According to the NY Times, EU antitrust officials have developed a lengthy questionnaire directed to advertisers as part of its antitrust inquiry into Google’s business practices. Broadly speaking the 120 question document “seeks to ascertain whether Google manipulated search results and used its popular platform to keep business and disadvantage rivals in online advertising and Internet search.” A Fishing Expedition? A skeptic might call it a “fishing expedition.” Others would argue investigators are simply being thorough. Here are some example questions cited in the article: Please explain whether and, if yes, to what extent your advertising spending with Google has ever had an influence on your ranking in Google’s natural search Has Google ever mentioned to you that increasing your advertising spending could improve your ranking in Google’s natural search? Did you ever refrain from advertising on other online advertising platforms because … [Read more...] about Europeans Go “Fishing” For Bad Google Behavior In Anti-Trust Inquiry