direct mail marketing

Direct mail marketing may have been around for a while, but statistics show it is still an effective means to increase your customer base, especially among millenials. Quantum Digital can show you how to build your new or existing business with these proven methods.

How to Effectively Grow Your Real Estate Busines

At some point in your career as a real estate agent, you’re going to enter into a somewhat unknown market or neighborhood with prospects that may have never seen your face or heard of your name. How can you engage with that new audience and get new listings without them first knowing who you are?

The answer is -- you can't! Real estate marketing is crucial to building your business. Potential clients have to get to know you before ultimately turning to you as their advocate when they make the decision to buy or sell a home.

is direct mail still useful for real estate agents

As the real estate industry continues to embrace digital marketing, from Facebook ad targeting to live videos, blogs to email newsletters, agents have more ways than ever to quickly connect with current clients as well as leads, which begs the question -- is it still worthwhile for agents to invest in direct mail marketing?

real estate agents can break into a neighborhood with Nextdoor

To stay relevant and meaningfully engage with prospective clients, it’s important for agents to embrace where their audience is. Nextdoor is one such platform continuing to gain adoption. Here, we’ll explore the pros and cons of business and personal accounts for agents, and how agents can utilize all of Nextdoor’s features to their ultimate advantage when connecting with prospective clients.

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Real estate marketing is not an overnight initiative. Consistency, relevancy, repetition and time are needed to complete a successful direct mail farming campaign. But what do you do when you’re concerned your investment is no longer fruitful?

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Plan now to generate new real estate leads every month

To save time, successful real estate agents know automating their farming, Just Listed / Just Sold campaigns, and Facebook Advertising will help them grow their lead pipeline throughout the year. 

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Postcards aren't dead

In this article published on Inman, Eric Cosway explains the benefits of marketing to baby boomers using direct mail and how to make the campaign most effective.

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How to write engaging direct mail messaging

The more engaging your marketing copy is, the more people will respond to your direct mail campaign.

Q&A with Keller Williams REALTOR® Jean Marella

Meet Jean Marella, REALTOR® with the Spouses Selling Houses Team, Keller Williams Realty Partners. We are pleased to showcase her as our first participant in our REALTOR® Spotlight Q&A series, where we get to know her and her top tips for success in real estate.

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TriggerMarketing® takes the reliable performance of direct mail marketing a step further by incorporating design, prospect-targeting and order automation with social media advertising campaigns to make your listings and real estate brand stand out among the others.

Learn how you can integrate your social media and direct mail marketing seamlessly and easily with TriggerMarketing & TriggerMarketing Social.

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Stand out and earn credibility with our easy to use app

QCards is an easy-to-use real estate marketing app that you can use to impress your sellers, right from the beginning. In a couple of touches, you can create and order a series of real estate direct mail postcards from your iPhone or iPad.

Instead of waiting until you’ve returned to your office to start marketing a seller’s property, you can begin right in front of them. What better way is there to create a fantastic first impression and win their confidence on the first meeting?