In this powerful and timely session, you will learn:
3 solid strategies to communicate urgency and market shifts to sellers this season
The 6 best mailing pieces to make the phone ring
The #1 holiday marketing mistake agents make (and how to do the OPPOSITE)
How to effectively reconnect with past clients without being salesy
How and why being a “Holiday Hero” in your community is a game-changer
Fall is in the air, and with it, a seasonal segue into fall and winter holidays. Couple those with market change, toss in a bit of pumpkin spice – and you’ve got a lot of opportunities to take your real estate marketing game to a new level.
In this powerful, idea-sparking session, Darryl will share how to use holiday magic to exponentially generate leads, cultivate the kind of connections that create clients for life, and feel supported and inspired as we set our sights on an extraordinary fourth quarter.
Get ready to fuel your fourth quarter with holiday magic and super-powered strategies for success! Invite a friend and don’t miss a minute!
Presented by Darryl Davis, CEO at Darryl Davis Seminars, Inc. Helping real estate agents design careers worth smiling about for over 30 years.
This training is FREE, and you’ll get a BONUS 30 minutes of Q&A at the end.
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