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Internet Marketing

How To Pick the Right Media for Your Marketing Strategy
By Alex Camelio, CEO - Posted on
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Last Updated on May 27, 2020 Today’s world is flooded with content and technology, so when it comes to reaching people, the possibilities are endless. There’s also no limit to the amount of exposure you can create for yourself, and there are no rules for what you say or how you deliver your message. However, I’ve been noticing that even some of the most skilled …
Agent Spotlight: Use Video to Comfort Clients in Challenging Times
By Alex Camelio, CEO - Posted on
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Last Updated on April 22, 2020 There’s nothing quite as inspiring as seeing someone figure out ways to be successful during trying times. Especially when those people are long-time members of our own network, who’ve adapted their businesses to overcome difficult market challenges.  I must say, we’re fortunate within the Agent Inner Circle® to have a huge community of creative professionals to draw from. Some …
4 Tips from 40K Leads: How to Improve Your Website
By Chris Laberge, Media Manager/Buyer - Posted on
4 Tips from 40K Leads: How to Improve Your Website
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The content on your site is as important as the ad copy that brought them there in the first place. A poorly crafted landing page or a confusing lead form causes your audience to leave without submitting their information. Once they leave, they are likely gone forever. So, don’t let that happen to you! To ensure your lead forms are optimized for prospect capture, make sure you’re doing these 4 things.
What Do I Post? Creating Great Social and Online Content
By Alanna Mejia, Content Director - Posted on
Creating Great Online Content for Realtors
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Last Updated on April 1, 2020 If you’re a Realtor who has taken advantage of any of the free ways online to promote yourself and your business: Facebook, Youtube, a blog, Twitter, even Instagram – awesome job! So what’s your online content strategy? Coming up with ideas about what to share and write online can seem easy at first, but it’s harder than it seems …