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Maximize the Impact of Real Estate Postcards

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Postcard Marketing

Do you send real estate postcards as part of your marketing campaign?

It’s a great way to increase your exposure and build up the number of “touches” you accomplish. As a result, people will get used to seeing your information and be much more likely to hire you!

So how do you get the most bang for your buck when it comes to postcards? Here are three things to keep in mind.

Be Consistent!

Boy, I feel like a broken record sometimes, but folks sure struggle with this one.

You can’t order postcards, send them out once or twice, and call it a “failure” if you get no new clients.

Postcards are part of an overall brand-building strategy. You have to consistently show up, time and time again, before you start to be recognizable. Folks need to say, “Oh, I’ve heard of that person,” and start to feel they know you.

Ideally, you’d sent postcards 4 or more times per year. With holidays and a variety of other seasonal options, there’s no shortage of opportunities!

Use Great Real Estate Postcard Design

At Printerbees, we make this part easy for you. We have tons of beautifully designed postcard templates that you can use. We offer farming postcards, Just Listed, Just Sold, and more.

However, you want to personalize it and make it your own. Of course, it should include your picture and contact information. But what about offering useful tips, a coupon from a local company, or another incentive?

You can also run an online contest that you advertise with postcards. Invite folks to come to your website and sign up for a drawing or other event. You’ll gain more contact information and be able to grow your email list and more!

Think Outside the Box

Folks aren’t so interested in getting a bunch of postcards that say, “Hi, I’m a local Realtor®” (although that’s certainly better than not doing any postcards!)

Instead, think outside the box about how you can make your postcards fun, memorable, and useful. What about inspirational postcards, or recipes several times a year?

You can also use postcards to give updates about the real estate market in your area, or to target a specific market.

Postcards Make an Impact

It can be challenging to measure the exact return on investment you get from postcards, because it takes time to appear. Sometimes the goodwill you generate over several years of marketing will carry you through dry spells, and you won’t even realize it.

If you’re interested in measuring specific campaigns, consider using QR codes or asking readers to visit a specific website link. You can find out how many people follow through on that specific call to action.

Over time, however, you want to simply become the local Realtor®. People don’t think about McDonald’s advertising very often, but when they want a burger it can be the first place they think of. Have that kind of brand in your local area!

 

Ready to get started with postcards? We’re here to help. Contact us today!

How to Score Big with Real Estate Door Hangers

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Score Big with Door Hangers

It’s fall and the weather is getting cooler, which makes it a PERFECT time to go door-to-door in your farm neighborhoods.

With the great weather in most parts of the country, meeting people where they live is easier in fall than almost any other time. You may encounter folks doing yard work, enjoying the weather, or even grilling out.

But what if no one is home? That’s when you need your door hangers. Here are some creative ways to make the most of door hangers to build your business!

Include a Pop-By Goody Bag

Sending “lumpy mail,” or letters with items included, is a great way to get noticed. It’s also quite expensive!

Save money and add a personal touch by doing pop-bys with goody bags. If someone isn’t home, you can add the goody bag to the door hanger.

While even a postcard can get quickly thrown out with unwanted bills, a farming door hanger is more noticeable and novel. People have to look at it in order to remove it – even if they later toss it.

And no one tosses a goody bag! Be sure the bag includes your business card, so they have your contact information even without the door hanger.

Use Door Hangers to Advertise Just Listed and Just Sold

Want a new way to bring attention to your marketing activities? Do a neighborhood walkthrough to talk about recently listed or recently sold homes.

If someone is available, have a quick conversation about what you’ve been up to. Offer a free home market analysis if they’re interested.

If no one is home, however, your Just Listed or Just Sold door hanger can deliver the message. Great photos, information about a recent listing or sale, and your offer can all be included.

Real Estate Door Hangers Can Convey Seasonal Messages

At Printerbees, we are big supporters of seasonal postcards. In the fall, you have so many options – back-to-school, daylight savings, Halloween, and Thanksgiving are all available.

Take it a step further by using seasonal door hangers. Whether you want to offer spooky season’s greetings in October or congratulate new graduates in May, a door hanger can be a great way to give a seasonal message.

In Millionaire Real Estate Agent, Gary Keller recommends up to 33 touches a year for your prospects. How close are you? Seasonal door hangers can combine with seasonal postcards to increase your annual touches and build your business.

Get Creative

These three tips are just the beginning. There are dozens of creative ways to use door hangers. What about a door hanger advertising your sponsorship of a local event? Or a “neighborhood update” with a few quick news pieces on new construction, restaurants, and more?

The only limit to your marketing success is your persistence. Don’t miss out on a great opportunity to connect with your farm this fall! Whether you choose to drop off door hangers during the day or do in-person pop-bys in the evening, door hangers are a way to build your brand and your business.

 

Ready to get started with door hangers this fall? Take a look at our selection today!

Where to Start in Real Estate Marketing – Farming & Direct Mail

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Starting Out - Direct Mail

Sometimes we assume too much.

One thing I’ve realized is that, while many of us take for granted the techniques we’ve used for years, new Realtors® come out of the gate struggling.

This series is for those new real estate agents – and for old hands who could use a refreshing reminder of the basics!

The Importance of Direct Mail

At Printerbees, we are big believers in the power of direct mail.

Email marketing and real estate websites and social media are all wonderful – and we’ll talk about those! But they are also very crowded marketplaces and it’s hard to stand out.

On the other hand, there is very little competition in the mailbox. You can stand out by simply being consistent and mailing postcards several times a year to your focus area, or farm.

Let’s talk quickly about how to make this happen.

How to Get a Mailing List

Step one – who do you send mail to?

You have to decide on a focus area, or farm, and then reach out to them.

There are two primary ways to target your farm area through direct mail – mailing lists and EDDM.

Mailing Lists

First, you can decide on the neighborhoods you’re interested in and buy a mailing list.

This can help you if you want to offer targeted marketing using the prospect’s name. It can also help you learn more about your farm area, since the mailing list provider will probably have a variety of demographic information available about those households.

You can also build a direct mail list without buying one – check out our helpful guide here!

Every Door Direct Mail (EDDM)

Secondly, you can skip the mailing lists and use EDDM instead. Every Door Direct Mail is a service offered by the US Postal Service. They allow you to send mail to everyone on a mail route without needed names or addresses.

EDDM can save you a lot of time and money. There are specific requirements about how the pieces are handled – let us know if we can help!

Isn’t Direct Mail Expensive?

One thing that holds Realtors® back from getting established in direct mail is they are nervous about cost. However, direct mail doesn’t break the bank, if you do it well.

Direct mail is ONLY EXPENSIVE IF:

  • You buy postcards and don’t send them
  • You don’t target your mailings to a farm neighborhood
  • You are inconsistent with direct mail – which leads to no results
  • You feel like you have to send a completely unique postcard every time
  • You don’t combine your mailings with other outreach and marketing techniques

Let’s break these down.

When you buy postcards, be sure you have a plan to use them! This includes having a mailing list or using EDDM. At Printerbees, you can even have us mail them for you so you don’t forget!

Target your mailings and be consistent. We put together a great guide to choosing the perfect farm. Send out several postcards a year so they see your name regularly!

Reuse the same postcard designs. You can get a great deal on 1,000 postcards, and break them up into chunks. Buy two sets and alternate throughout the year to save cash!

Do the full work of farming. Direct mail is only part of the process. You also want to be present in your target neighborhoods in a variety of other ways. You’ll see incredible results if you do!

Get the Mailings Sent!

If there’s one place we see Realtors® struggle the most – whether they are new or experienced – it’s in execution.

That’s where Printerbees can help. If you struggle to get mailings done on time, or simply don’t have access to a money-saving bulk permit, let us take care of it for you. Contact us for information today!

Now you know how to get started in direct mail. What questions or concerns do you have? Let us know in the comments!

Why Farming is Essential in Real Estate

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Why Farming is Essential in Real Estate

Do you have a farm? If you’re a Realtor®, you probably know that I’m not talking about acres of corn or hundreds of cattle.

A real estate farm is a specific geographic area where you develop your business. A neighborhood or group of neighborhoods become the place you focus your marketing efforts.

If I were to ask you right now, “Where’s your farm?” you’d probably be able to answer me. But what if I asked a few more questions?

When is the last time you sent postcards to your farm? How often do you reach out? What’s the newest development in your city that affects your farm area?

Do you know?

It’s Not a Farm if You Don’t Farm It

I’m not trying to be a jerk here, but one thing I’ve noticed is that many people have “farms” that they aren’t active in. I have a good friend who lives in the Midwest, and she points out that if you don’t farm your land, it quickly fills with weeds.

Weeds, in real estate, like competing Realtors®. Local groups that don’t know who you are. A complete lack of awareness of your name and brand.

You can’t let your farm go. If you do, someone else will show up, take over, and it won’t be yours anymore.

What Can a Farm Do For You?

So why bother? Maintaining a farm area takes a lot of time and effort. You have to be consistent and active in the community. People need to know who you are.

What are the benefits of having a real estate farm? 

Convenience of Location. When you cultivate a farm area, you save yourself from having to run all over the place to serve clients. While you’ll probably have some customers outside the farm, having a local area of focus allows you to list and build relationships more easily. You can get more done in less time when your focus is on a specific area!

Build Deeper Relationships. It’s no secret that relationships take time. If you spread your efforts all over your city, you may have a lot of relationships, but none of them will be deep. The more consistent you are with your contacts, the more loyal they will be. A farm makes that easy.

Become the Go-To Realtor®. This is the #1 reason most real estate agents have a farm. When you become top-of-mind to the point that you’re the go-to agent in an area, you can get incredible results just by maintaining your efforts. You don’t have to sweat so hard to get business! You’ll also become the first person the residents think of when friends or family ask for a Realtor®, so you’ll get great referrals too.

Be a Better Expert. A farm area is localized by definition, so you don’t have to have your finger on what’s happening everywhere in your city. You can know a few things around town, but be an absolute expert in your farm area. New store? Change in local government? Zoning questions? You’ll know it all because you only have to know everything about a small area.

Farming is Worth the Effort

I’m not going to pretend that real estate farming is easy. It takes time and effort, just like regular farming. This is especially true if you’re starting from scratch.

You put in a lot of work, including:

  • Farming postcards several times a year
  • Participation in committees or local charities
  • Door Knocking
  • Cooperative marketing with local businesses
  • Brochures
  • Sponsoring charity events
  • Sending a newsletter

But you get an incredible harvest. When you have a consistent stream of clients and referrals coming from a single area that you enjoy and can easily get to — nothing’s better!

Choose the right farm and then put in consistent marketing. Be patient. The fruit is worth the work!

Fall is a great time to reach out to your farm area. Send a farming postcard or seasonal postcard. Remember, it’s OK to use the same farming postcards multiple times!

 

Unique Marketing is Overrated

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Unique Marketing is Overrated

Do you feel like every single postcard you send out and every single marketing message you write has to be different than the last? Do you think that your marketing has to be absolutely unique to be effective?

If so, I’m here to take a huge burden off of you.

Unique marketing is overrated.

Yes, you need to stand out from your competitors. But you’re not competing against yourself! 

So don’t think that every message has to be different. In fact, repetition can be very powerful.

What Do the Big Boys Do?

How many different commercials does Pizza Hut really have? Or even GEICO, known for its various storylines?

If you said, “a lot,” you’ve probably been noticing them for a long time. At any given time, a GEICO has about half a dozen different commercials running. And that’s a LOT compared to most other brands.

You see the same six over and over and over…

And for most brands, you see the same ONE over and over.

Why?

Messages are more effective when they are repeated.

It’s that simple!

If Pizza Hut has six commercial slots during a two-hour span on a channel, they are not creating six unique ads. They have one commercial, targeted for the consumers of that television show, that they show six times.

And it works.

The Effectiveness of Repetition

Let’s look at some iconic phrases in advertising:

  • Got milk?
  • Just do it!
  • Good to the last drop.
  • Melts in your mouth, not in your hand.

If you’re like most Americans, you know the exact brand each phrase represents. The reason is that you’ve heard them over and over for YEARS.

“Got milk” has been used since 1993. “Just do it” was used for 26 years, starting in 1988. “Good to the last drop” was used for almost 100 years, starting in 1917. “Melts in your mouth” was used for over 60 years, starting in 1954.

These brands burned their message into the American psyche. How? Not with uniqueness… they used repetition. 

So what does this have to do with you?

Are you holding back from marketing your real estate business because:

  • It’s too hard to think of new things to say
  • Buying different postcards is expensive
  • Your farm is too small to buy 1,000 or 2,000 postcards
  • You don’t have time to come up with new images or phrases for social media

If so, it’s time to drop the excuses. You don’t have to do any of those things!

Buy 1,000 postcards for your 300-home farm area. Use the same postcard three times throughout the year.

Put up the same image and marketing message on social media several times a week for months.

Craft one really great marketing message and repurpose it over and over.

People are more likely to believe a message they see over and over, presumably because it becomes familiar.  They remember it, believe it, and start to think it’s a popular opinion.

You will get bored before the consumer does. Don’t let your own annoyance with a repeated message stop you from reaching the effective frequency and making an impact. You see the message every time – your consumers see it infrequently, and notice it deeply even less often than that.

Consistency Beats Uniqueness

The key point in marketing is that being consistent with one message is better than being original occasionally. Take the pressure off yourself. Create one great message, use it multiple times in various ways, and don’t be afraid to repeat!

Are you ready to get your marketing moving? Our farming postcards are ready to deliver your message. Check out our selection today!

Great Pop-By Ideas for Summer

Summer Pop By Ideas

The weather is warm, the flowers are blooming, and people are outside. It’s the perfect time to prospect door to door! When you meet people at their home in their neighborhood, you have an opportunity to connect with them more deeply than you do on social media and email. There’s just nothing that replaces face-to-face interaction.

To encourage you all to reach out by doing pop-bys, I thought I would share a roundup of my favorite pop-by ideas for summer. Grab one of these or let the ideas spur your own creativity. As long as you get out there and meet folks, you win!

Summer BBQ Pop-By

This is one of my favorite ideas. You can buy a small BBQ set that includes that includes a spatula and a grilling fork for just a few dollars. Combine that with a free BBQ sauce recipe and your business card, and you’ve got the perfect way to start a conversation!

Just a quick tip in case it comes up – if you run into someone who does not eat meat, I’ve heard that romaine lettuce is incredible on the grill. As long as you hand out a BBQ sauce recipe, it can be used on anything, vegetables or meat! Don’t let anyone turn you down.

Get the Scoop!

Another extremely fun pop-by idea involves passing out ice cream scoops with a note attached. The note can say, “Want the scoop on the real estate market?” You can use a business card label to affix your business information to the back.

If you wanted to take it a step further, you can even hand out a printed real estate market report with the gift. Ice cream scoops are always handy, and they won’t get thrown away. It will give the homeowner a smile and give you a reason to talk about a bit more than the weather.

Stay Cool This Summer!

If there’s one thing that’s perfect for an area with kids, it’s popsicles. Even better are ice pops, the kind that you buy liquid in the package and then you freeze them. You can hand these out without fear that they will melt on you. With a tag that says, “Stay cool the summer!” and your business card label on the back, it’s a great way to connect.

You can buy enormous boxes of ice pops at warehouse stores or even Walmart, and once you divided it up with 2 – 4 pops per house, it’s a very affordable pop-by gift! If your farm area has a lot of families, this could be the perfect summer pop-by.

Just Planting a Seed!

This pop-by gift is a fun and playful way of reminding folks to send referrals your way. You can get a small garden tool or two or some inexpensive gardening gloves. Combine this with a seed packet of flowers that are easy to care for and a small note. The note can say, “Just planting a seed… let me know if you or your friends need help with real estate this summer!” On the back, place a business card label.

This pop-by idea does not need to be expensive or complex. You could even just do a packet of seeds with the note. However, the more unique and fun you make it, the more memorable you will be. And that fun memory will help them think of you when someone needs to buy or sell a home!

As you can see, pop-bys can be simple and lighthearted. We all get nervous meeting people in an area we don’t know very well, but if you do pop-bys every season you will get to know the residents in the neighborhood. After a couple of seasons, they might be excited to see you and invite you in!

If you’re ready to move forward with a fun pop-by idea, don’t forget to get some business card labels. These stickers make it easy to include your business card with any note that you hand out. Visit our site to choose yours today!

How to Find a Farm Area That’s Right for You

Finding a Farm Area

Real estate farming involves making your presence known in a particular area. You choose a neighborhood and send regular postcards and fliers. You may target the area with Every Door Direct Mail, or go door-knocking there. You may drive through the neighborhood looking for FSBO signs and give them a call.

In short, you’re building your brand and your business in a particular geographic location. But how do you choose the right geographic area? Most real estate agents operate in cities with many, many available options. Here’s how to narrow it down.

Is it Close to Where You Live?

You may not want to farm a neighborhood next door to your own home, but you probably also don’t want to drive two hours to do an afternoon of door-to-door visiting. Finding someplace close enough that you are motivated to spend time there is essential.

You won’t be a successful agent in a neighborhood you never want to visit. Find a farm area that’s within a comfortable distance from where you already live.

Does Another Agent Already Dominate the Neighborhood?

Every neighborhood will have some kind of competition, but if there is another Realtor® who already dominates that market, you probably want to find a different area. Check the MLS and see who has sold the homes in that area in the last year. If 80% of them are the same agent, you’ve found a successful farm. It just isn’t your successful farm.

If someone already seems to own a neighborhood, you’ll spend a lot of time and money going head-to-head with them. Instead, move into an area with a less clear go-to agent.

Is There Enough Activity at a Good Price Point?

For once, Zillow can work for you. Check the market conditions in the neighborhoods you are considering. How many homes are currently listed? What are they listed for? How many have sold in the last year, and at what price point?

There may be regions near you that have beautiful homes that you could sell for an excellent price, except that no one ever moves in or out of the area. Make sure you understand the volume of home sales, the prices, and the time on the market.

Do You LIKE the Neighborhood?

A friend made me laugh one day when she said, “If you hate your target market, you’re probably in the wrong business.” So, think about the area and who lives there. Are the residents folks you can relate to? Are they the type of people and homes you would enjoy working with?

If you hate working with first-time home sellers and buyers, you want to avoid an entry-level neighborhood. If elderly clients drive you crazy, keep that in mind when choosing a farm area. Every Realtor® has these types of preferences, even if you don’t ever voice them. Be sure to choose a farm you’ll be excited to go into.

When you select a farm, you’re making a long-term commitment. Do the research to make sure you’re happy with your choice. After you pick a neighborhood, make a marketing plan. It should include getting to know people, attending community events in that area, sending farming postcards, and more.

Are you ready to make your farming and marketing more consistent? We’re here to help. Check out our large selection of farming postcards today!

How to Build a Real Estate Direct Mailing List

Build a Real Estate Direct Mailing List

Spring is one of the BEST times of year! Not only is it finally warmer and sunnier in much of the US, but it’s also the ramp-up to the most productive and fun time of year in real estate.

One thing you should be thinking about – ALL year, but especially now – is how to market to your target real estate market. People are thinking about buying and selling, and YOU want to be on their radar!

Many Realtors® purchase a real estate direct mail list, and that’s certainly one avenue. But this article is specifically about how to reach out through the mail outside of purchasing a list.

Build Your List with Freebies

Most business owners, including Realtors®, are very familiar with the idea of building an email list by offering a free resource. In a nutshell, here’s how it works:

  • You create a high-value free report or giveaway
  • You offer it in return for a prospect’s email address
  • The enter their email address, it goes on your list, and they get the free report

You can use this same technique to build a physical mailing list. The key is to offer a physical freebie. It can be a physical copy of a report, a small book, a CD of useful information, and more.

You could also go a different direction and hold a contest to give away a physical prize. When the prize has to be mailed or delivered, it makes sense for you to ask for everyone’s address!

Build Your List with Known Contacts

Realtors® can always start with a mailing list based on who they already know. Reach out to your circle of influence with a simple, “Hey I’m updating my address book. Can you please send me your physical address?”

You can also ask for referrals, including addresses, of folks they know from work/school/the gym that have talked about moving lately. Don’t just ask “Do you know anyone,” because that’s too broad. Add a location, and you’ll get better results.

Of course, if you post this on social media, ask for them to use a direct message so the information doesn’t go to people they don’t know.

Skip the List and Use EDDM

Every Door Direct Mail, or EDDM, is a great workaround when it comes to list building. Because people move so often, it may be hard to keep your direct mail list “clean” unless you spend time on it every year.

A great alternative is to let the post office do it for you. With specialized EDDM postcards, you can reach out to an entire zip code or geographical area with your marketing. This can be done very inexpensively, and you don’t need any addresses!

I’ve talked before about how incredible EDDM is for Realtors®, and the price as of April 2017 is only 17.7¢ per piece!

Take Advantage of Direct Mail Marketing

However you choose to build your list, it’s vital to take advantage of direct mail marketing. There’s a lot of focus right now on email marketing and social media marketing, and I’m not opposed to either one of those.

However, you stand out a LOT more in the mailbox than in the inbox.

 I can’t even tell you how much email spam I get every day. But I promise I get less direct mail marketing in a day than I do email marketing in a single hour. Use this to your advantage by building a high-quality direct mail marketing list and using it!

If you’re ready to get consistent about your farming and outreach, take a look at our farming postcards and EDDM postcards. Both can help you connect with your target market on a regular basis.

Don’t have time to mail them? We get it! At Printerbees, we can take care of mailing it for you for a small additional fee. No more money wasted on postcards that just sit around your office! Contact us today for more information.

How to Nurture Your Real Estate Farm on Foot

Farm neighborhood on foot

There are so many ways to farm an area – that is, to build up your brand and credibility in specific neighborhoods. At Printerbees, we often advocate using farming postcards and other in-the-mail outreach.

Postal mail is far less crowded than email marketing, so it can be a great way to stand out about above the crowd. But you know what’s even less crowded than direct mail?

In-person communication.

In this age of email and social media, very few people take the time to make personal connections anymore. As a Realtor®, you can have a big impact if you take some time to nurture your farm on foot. Here are some ideas on how to do it.

Walk a Dog (Or Cat, Or Lizard, Or…)

If you have a pet, take it to your target neighborhood and go for a walk. Pets make a great conversation starter, and you can introduce yourself and get to know residents of the area.

If you have an unusual pet, you can do even better. While I wouldn’t recommend a snake, almost any other animal would help you catch people’s attention and build relationships even faster.

Don’t have a pet? No problem! Folks with pets are almost always looking for a break, so offer to walk someone’s puppy, cat, or other leash-trained animal. You can tell the local residents you meet that you’re helping a friend by taking his or her pet for a walk in your favorite neighborhood!

Of course, be a good neighbor – pick up after any pets that you take walking, and dispose of any waste properly. No leaving it in a yard or dumping it in a home’s trash bin!

Door Knock and Drop Off Goodies

Creating some kind of goodie bag gives you a perfect reason to knock on people’s door and introduce yourself. It doesn’t have to be food, either. You can create something seasonal or even go door to door giving each resident a single carnation.

No matter what you choose, you should have a business card and a door hanger to leave with your goodie bag in case no one answers.

Handing out fun gifts door to door is a great way to build goodwill and help the local residents get to know you and your business.

Take a Walk

Even without a pet, being present in the neighborhood is a good way to meet people and learn about their needs. You can take simple walk through the area, offer to help people where you can, and introduce yourself.

Weekends are the best time to walk through, of course, and evenings can be good as well. Choose days with good weather – not only is it more comfortable for you, but people are more likely to be out and about as well.

Attend Community Events

Community events, such as garage sales, neighborhood fairs, or other local activities is another great way to make in-person connections in your farm area. When you’re at a social gathering, people are already looking to chat so it’s easy to make connections.

When you meet someone, don’t immediately launch into a real estate sales pitch. Instead, focus on common interests and ask a lot of questions. You don’t want to push people away before you’ve even met them!

Get Out There!

These ideas are just a starting point, of course. You can come up with a variety of creative ways to make in-person connections. The basic thought is that when you get out of your office and meet people personally, they’ll remember you. You’ll create a great first impression, and be able to build your relationship from there.

Do you need new business cards or door hangers to get you started on your in-person marketing? We’d love to help. Contact us today!

Drive New Business with Car Door Magnets

Car Door Magnets

As real estate agents, we drive a lot!

The good news is, so do everyday people. I found out recently that the average American drives 36 miles per day, every day!

That’s incredible. It also means that using our cars as advertising can have fantastic results.

I don’t know about you, but every time I see a car with magnets on the side I just have to read them. Maybe I’m strange that way, but I think I’m not the only one who’s curious!

Here are some ways that having car magnets can benefit your real estate business. (And check out the end for a special deal on magnets that ends Saturday 3/25!)

Car Door Magnets Multiply Exposure

Depending on who you ask, it takes between six and 13 touches to generate a qualified lead. A “touch” is anytime someone sees your information or interacts with you.

With a car door magnet, you can get your name and information in front of hundreds of people every day. If you spend time in specific areas (like your farm – hint, hint!), you can quickly build up your brand.

You drive far, far more than 36 miles a day. Let your car be a mobile marketing billboard to help people become familiar with you!

Boost Marketing Without Extra Work

One of the best things about car door magnets is that they build your brand without any extra effort on your part. With an inexpensive investment, you can get tens of thousands of new marketing impressions – without any extra legwork!

Car door magnets continue to advertise your brand even when you’re not present. Consider a day at the mall. You park your car and shop for a couple of hours, have dinner, and then head home.  During those two hours, even if you didn’t talk to anyone about your business, hundreds of new people found out about you!

Car Door Magnets are Durable and Transferrable

High-quality car door magnets are durable, weatherproof, and extremely easy to transfer to a new vehicle. Unlike costly car wraps or a new paint job, if you change cars you can simply take your magnet off your old car and move it over to the new one.

This also makes it easy to modify the design if you decide to update your business cards, change agencies, or rebrand your business. You can order a new car door magnet and replace your old one for a fraction of the cost of getting a new wrap.

Ready for a GREAT DEAL?

As I mentioned at the beginning of this article, Printerbees has a special for our car door magnets right now. But you have to act quickly – it expires Saturday, March 25th!

Here are the quick-and-dirty details:

  • We offer over a dozen different car magnet designs, or you can have a custom magnet created to match your business card.
  • If you order by Saturday, March 25th, you will get free shipping and no sales tax. That’s a savings of approximately $15!
  • All you need to do is use the promo code
  • This applies only to new orders and cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. Savings vary based on shipping location and purchase amount. Offer expires March 25, 2017.

So what are you waiting for? Jump over to our selection of car door magnets and get yours ordered today!

Remember – you’ll gain thousands of marketing impressions without any more work… don’t miss out!