Sales expert, Matthew Pollard, joins me on episode 42 of Real Relationships. You may have heard of him or seen him around on the internet, he is known as ‘the rapid growth guy.’ Matthew is a speaker, growth coach, and author of The Introvert’s Edge. Matthew has nailed down a process to cultivate analytical thinking to create solutions to what customers need. He joins the show to expound on his theory that introverts actually have the advantage when it comes to selling.
Writer, speaker, and professor, David Burkus is my guest today. David started one of the first business podcasts ever called Radio Free Leader. Living in Tulsa, Oklahoma, David had to get creative about networking.
Customer relationship management tools can transform a disorganized real estate agency into a thriving operation. But navigating the decisions that come with adopting new software can be confusing and tedious. How effective your CRM tools become is dependent on whether you truly know how to use them. Choose Wisely.
Seventy-one percent of real estate agents use some type of customer relationship management system (CRM), and more than two-thirds of them use this technology to keep in touch with their contacts. Still, a good chunk of realtors, agents and brokers are making the same errors -- ones that could jeopardize sales and revenue. Usually, it's not the technology that's the problem but the end user..
A powerful CRM package can help you to track, manage and scrutinize all your customer interactions. In doing so, you can gain useful insights that could lead to new sales opportunities. You can also improve the level of service you deliver -- but only if you're using the CRM package to its fullest.
When it comes to your business's growth and success, brand identity and customer relationships go hand in hand. After all, the way clients and leads view your brand depends on how you manage your relationship with them.
"A CRM does more than keep you organized and in touch with current clients.
If you’re in real estate, you’re likely harvesting leads for your listings from all over. There are tons of third-party portals, social media accounts, and even referrals from family and friends that you need to keep track of, follow up on, and convert. Find out more.
Nurturing prospects is also a crucial part of keeping your business healthy and growing, but in the chaos of closing deals, those valuable contacts can slip between the cracks. Real estate customer relationship management software helps maintain and deepen those connections.
Contactually is all about helping you maximize the value of your relationships in an effective and efficient way. One way to achieve that goal is to connect other parts of your workflow to Contactually, to automate processes and to ensure that nothing gets dropped as you move between systems. ...
Dave Delaney is a networking guru. He teaches digital marketing, social media strategy, and business networking. Dave is a keynote speaker and author of the book New Business Networking. He has a course and platform, called Networking for Nice People, that helps nice people get into networking. He wants to remove the sleazy feeling that people often get when they are networking.