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Do you know someone that can assist you with real estate like a retired Realtor? A person much like a mentor that might want some part time work.
For social media there is probably someone in your office that you can hire to assist you to get get you up and running on the proper social medias. It's no cake walk and with 60 listings sounds like you certainly need help.
John McCormack, CRS
Hi John Mosier !
Planning and implementing a digital marketing plan is my whole business! Maybe I can offer some help.
The key is to set very pinpoint-precise goals first. You mentioned that you're trying to break into the Prescott market, and since you said you have almost 60 listings in Seligman, I'm assuming you want listings in Prescott as well? Or would you rather work buyers? Or both?
I'm asking because the type of client you're trying to attract is dictated by your marketing. Attracting luxury buyers with a "basic" website normally doesn't happen, just like a website for high-end listings would scare off a first-time homebuyer. It's not enough to just have a presence in the market anymore; competition is thick and you have to find ways to stand out. What are you doing to stand out? How did you build such a compelling business in Seligman?
Basically, the sticking point for why you've been successful in Seligman but not in the more lucrative Prescott area could be, simply, the style/design of your marketing. Luxury homeowners have different tastes and higher expectations.
But don't worry; it's not rocket science... although, if it were, I'm sure you'd be just fine figuring it out! :) These changes to your marketing are likely asthetic for the most part, but there could also be other tweaks or lead generation streams that you're not utilizing or haven't thought of. Myself or a similar professional would be useful to you as someone to have some real consultations with; discuss goals, look at current marketing, create a new plan, and help implement that plan.
For social media, what exactly do you need help with? Posting listings and articles? Branding? Ads? Depending on what your goals are, social media is a great way to get where you're trying to go while keeping your ROI in check, but to have an assistant or even a professional just "work on" your social media without any clear-cut goals or objectives is going to be a waste of your time and any funds you spend on it.
Feel free to reply here with some further details, and I'd love to try to help further! Best of luck to you!
I'm sure there is, but I don't know who.
Good suggestions here.
John Mosier - have you thought of hiring a virtual assistant? We have a few on ActiveRain - Steve Kantor I can think of immediately plus one more whose name did not show up in Other Services on Leaderboard.
Hi Do you have a IT person in your office who keeps your computers working? At KW we do and he would be a great person to speak with you on your Technology needs. On your coaching needs you will have to find some one that meets your needs.