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I am not sure. We don't.
I'd like to start doing it, but I need a partner. If someone wants to team up on door-knocking in Encino-Calabasas, let me know!
Gladys Webb door knocking is perhaps much less compared to cold calling. And perhaps it depends on the area, too.
For some reason, I never master the art of either!
I have added that to my marketing for this year. I'll let everyone know how it works. I think the success ratio can vary from market to market. I'm in a rural area where traditional methods still have impact.
With the rise in socil media and internet, I would say very few agents do door knocking these days.
Seldom but when I do it is very calculated
I mix door knocking in with my farms. Had a mentor tell me even when he gets too busy he forces himself to do at least one a day to keep the habit. He is currently attending the week long KW Family reunion in Florida. Mark
I should do it, but unfortunately my times is spent taking care of our office and the Internet.
One of our clients does it religiously in his market area, 3 times a week for 3 hours each day. He is #1 in his area. A
Good afternoon Gladys,
It is in my work plan three times a week for expireds and FSBO's. One day a month is around my home for farming.
I always take a small bag of candy, hot chocolate with a business card and a slogan (this month was It's cold now but it will be warm soon and the local market will to) to give out.