Canceled and postponed trade shows continue forcing many homebuilders to change their regular marketing plans for 2021. The demand for digital marketing has exploded as businesses attempt to stay connected with past, present, and potential customers. Digital marketing is a broad term. Here are some specific digital marketing strategies for home builders to convert those trade show dollars into new revenue streams. Continue Reading →
The market for new homes is ever-present. Sure, the demand goes up and down like any other industry, but there’s always someone looking to start their life in a new home. This means people are continually researching their options and looking for a company to make an impression.
This is why marketing is so important — you need to get your company in front of the people actively looking for your service. Marketing strategies for home builders are continually evolving, but this basic idea will always be the same.
So how do you connect with potential clients? What can you do to position yourself to capture these leads?
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Is Email Marketing Still Effective?
Email has been a major way people have used the internet since the very beginning. The ease of sending and receiving messages has kept the practice around even though almost every other aspect of the internet has changed. Most people check their emails at least once every day. And many people check their email multiple times throughout the day.
This has led many companies to make use of this habit by targeting people’s email inboxes for marketing communications. This practice has been around for a long time, but is it still relevant? Pop up ads were used with extreme frequency in early iterations of internet usage, but they have been scaled back because many users found them annoying.
Is the same true for email marketing?
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Strategic Marketing to help Home Builders Sell More Homes
Podcasts for Serious Home Builders Looking into Digital Marketing
Episode 103 of Selling More Homes: The Monday Morning Sales Meeting features a discussion between Jerry and Scott with Dan Leviton to discuss the idea of strategic marketing for home builders. Dan recently wrote a blog post on the idea and asked why don’t more home builders realize they’re in the retail business? Maintaining a reputation and brand for good customer service can have long-lasting benefits for home builders, yet many don’t place an importance on this idea.
But before they get Dan on the line, Jerry and Scott discuss a webinar they recently enjoyed titled “Think Like A Consumer, Act Like A World-Class Retailer.” This webinar points out the importance of trying to understand what customers are looking for when they are researching a contractor. This information for contractor marketing is vital to sellers and builders.
So sit back and enjoy this informative discussion by a Top Home Builder Marketing Agency on strategic marketing, customer service, and why builders need to maintain websites and digital marketing for home builders.
Click here to listen to Episode 103 of Selling More Homes: The Monday Morning Sales Meeting. Are you looking to increase the number of homes you are selling?
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Have you incorporated a customized email campaign into your marketing plan? No! … Then NOW is the time!
Email marketing is a cost-effective, targeted, measurable strategy able to drive homebuyers to your sales centers, model homes and of course, your homebuilding website.
The simple fact that homebuyers provided you with their contact information means they are waiting to hear from you! This is referred to as permission based marketing—undeniable proof that your homebuyers are eager to learn more about your new homes and communities.
So don’t wait any longer! Get your email campaign started today!
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Republished from Infusionsoft.com, December 6th, 2016. Written by Jake Johnson.
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