Selling When No One Else Is!
Some people think social media just increases awareness of a brand or community, but it does so much more than that. We, along with our sister agency, Maximum Design & Advertising, Inc., tested the hypothesis that social media doesn’t just build awareness of real estate communities and opportunities, it actually influences the final purchase decisions of people who are moving into a new area from over 100 miles away. Read the full case study >>>How Social Drives Web Traffic
By giving customers real time engagement with the property, reasons for and ways to share content and by asking the customers what they wanted to see and then providing that content in a timely manner, we were able to see significant increases in new web traffic. This is one of those situations where a picture truly is worth a thousand words. See the analytic reports from different real estate communities. Pay particular attention to the referring traffic sources and number of unique visitors. Read the full case study>>>Spending Less to Make More
One of our clients desperately needed to add new life to their brand, new names to their database and new sales to their bottomline! Our strategy—Repositioning their brand to reflect the energy of it residents, the unique location of the property and the natural beauty of the area. Then we got to work on reaching out to their target market directly where they live—socially that is—on Facebook! Within 6 months we not only cut their traditional marketing spend by half, we were able to get them a 500% increase in website visits over their previous top referring source: trade shows.Read the full case study >>>Go From No to KNOW
To truly be successful with social media, companies and agents need to understand that there is a big difference in doing social media and being social. It's the BEING social that truly matters. We want to get to know our target market and them to know us, therefore we do not broadcast to them, we share with them.Read the full case study>>
Listen in as our CEO, Tim Moore, explains each of these in detail and if you have any questions, or are just curious, feel free to drop us a quick note at firstname.lastname@example.org