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The key here is to use both reactive and proactive marketing.
Think of reactive marketing as your defense like football. Reactive marketing means that motivated sellers find and contact you (not your competitor) when they want to sell a property. The best way to make that happen is to have a strong website so that you come up on Google searches.
Proactive marketing is your offense.
Can technology KILL your business?
I know, I know…it sounds dramatic and a bit like overkill, but the truth is, the answer to that question isn’t as simple as you might think.
With motivated seller data available to us as investors now more than ever and seemingly cool technology, productivity tools and apps around every corner promising to “scale & automate” your business, the question we need to be asking is…at what cost?
Things have changed…
The ways in which businesses reach consumers has changed drastically over the years.
We’ve gone from mass marketing with newspaper ads, fliers, billboards and
Real estate investor marketing in small towns is SO underrated… Small town investors come to me often…and they are FILLED with questions about how to market in these areas. “Cam, will real estate investing work in my rural area?” I gotta say, it’s a fair question. The vast majority of marketing strategies we tend to see are aimed toward the “big city” metropolitan centers. However, I’m about to share with you some MAJOR ADVANTAGES of working in small towns that just might be your key to success in these areas. Let’s dig into those advantages… Familiarity If you yourself are