From there the contact will see your 33 Touch "Blanket". Goal is smother out competing agents and build a "mini-brand" so you're the 1st call when they hear of someone.
Total of that is 39, but on top of that, you will "retarget" them via Facebook & Google, so they should see your brand about 60 times a year.
Best Practices as described in Keller Williams training systems, but can be actually used for any industry any business - the goal is "touch" a new contact 8 times in 8 weeks to stick in their mind as the professional of choice for whatever you do.
This is a kit - we'll give you scripts, webpage copy to add to your website and some assets to help you get this set up. The software is not included - you can use whatever email system you prefer, and you'll need to call them, and put a hand-written old-school high-touch card in the mail.
This should also feed into your "33 Touch" or overall brand-awareness "blanket". Your goal is smother out competing agents, while demonstrating expertise, and turning new contacts into raving fans who refer you and share your messages socially.
Get this powerful video designed to make you the expert, help sellers realize the importance of pricing correctly out of the gate to get a bidding war going instead of the old "testing the market" chestnut.
This video will have your photo, logo, name, phone, and website on the beginning and end, and watermarked through the video, so if anyone shares it, your branding will get shared with it.
This powerful done-for-you video will be uploaded to your YouTube account if you like, and source video given to you so you can upload to Facebook or even burn a DVD for live events like trade shows / street fairs.
Video covers pricing, promotion, & presentation,
After purchase we'll share the script with you - this has been successfully used in the past by the writer to convert a "maybe" into signed listings, and is being updated.
This should ideally be used with lead-capture as a giveaway to grow your email list and help segment visitors into buyers vs sellers.