How To Survive The Switch To The Internet

Oct 19, 2014 by

SwitchToInternetWant to learn how to survive the switch to the Internet? It’s easier than you think and can be very profitable.

Not only has FaceBook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube and Instagram changed the way we communicate with each other, they have a direct impact on the way we buy and sell products and/or services. Everyone from work-at-home advocates, teenagers, senior citizens and affiliate marketers are earning a living selling everything from digital products online to cooking recipes. They didn’t have to build elaborate or complex social networking websites. With the creation of online plug-n-play tools like WordPress or service portals like Elance or Odesk, some of these budding entrepreneurs are regular folks like us.
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YouTube Real Estate Marketing Video Tips

Sep 29, 2014 by

trustWhy should you use YouTube for real estate marketing? Simply put, to build trust. Trust is what makes video marketing work. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the YouTube real estate marketing videos you create are worth millions. People can actually see and hear you. Video marketing gives people a chance to build trust with you and that trust is at the core of any conversion strategy. If you want to call people to action, ( i.e., get them to click on your link or buy your product), they have to believe in you. You need to build a certain amount of trust in order to compel people to make a purchase or fill out a form to get more information. What makes videos so great is it’s your chance to touch people, to bond with them, to move them to take action. It gives you a chance to build a bridge to your audience. Real estate marketing videos on YouTube can help you connect in a way that no other medium can do. What makes YouTube video marketing a great sales strategy is because once you upload them, videos keep selling for years and years.

So, what are the essential keys to getting tremendous results from real estate marketing videos on YouTube to get leads?
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Facing Uncertainties In Your Business

Sep 23, 2014 by

Uncertainty is a significant test for individuals in business and may stand in the way of achieving certain objectives. So, what is a good strategy in dealing with uncertainties in business? Well, predicting the future with any precision is next to impossible, but ignoring it is even worse.

The typical approach is to lay out contingency plans and try to strike a balance between neglecting problems and predicting indeterminate ones. Not an easy task, but doable.

Entrepreneurs possess a special kind of courage. It is the kind of courage you need when you are confronted with many uncertainties as you launch and maintain your business. The ability to assess the uncertainties and then make decisions about how to continue can mean the difference between success and failure.

There are many approaches to this predicament. Here are some basic rules to follow which may help and that every entrepreneur should keep in mind:
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Unfavorable Mistakes Sellers Make

Sep 19, 2014 by

One of the many unfavorable mistakes sellers make is refusing to accept the first offer they receive due to the fact that it happened to be close to the asking price. What happens is the seller will understand this to mean that the asking price was too low and they will immediately reject the offer. They will go to the extent of taking their home off the market and raising the asking price. Subsequently, after some time on the market, the homeowner will eventually re-list it way below what they asked for initially. New listings appear every day and most buyers are skeptical of a home when it sits on the market for a long time.

What is the solution to this unfavorable mistake that sellers make?
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3 Ways to Build Your Buyers/Sellers List

Sep 15, 2010 by

Guest Post By Emily Hay

As real estate investors, we buy and sell property. I focus on residential real estate in southeast Michigan and one thing that is consistent no matter where you are based is that as real estate investors, we all need to build our buyers list and sellers list in order to do our work. When I first started getting active in this business, people asked me, “Emily, how is your buyers list going?”

So, by hearing over and over how important it is to have a pool of buyers ready to go for when I want to sell a property, I began networking and asking each investor I met what kind of property they invest in. I made a spreadsheet with all of their contact information, what they were looking to buy and their price range (when I was starting out I didn’t want to invest in a software system to manage this information, so a nicely organized spreadsheet did the trick). My buyers list began to build. read more

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