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Heating Up Your Business with Pop-A-Note

July 29, 2014  |  by RISMedia

senior_couple_computerSummer is here and along with rising temperatures comes a hot market. With buyers scrambling to purchase before the start of the new school year, the life of a real estate professional is going to be quite demanding to say the least.

While you’re out conducting listing presentations and showing homes, staying in touch with the rest of your past and present clients still remains vitally important to your success. If you find the speed of the market slightly overwhelming to keep up with, it’s probably time to find some tools that can give you a much-needed helping hand. To help you stay in touch with your entire sphere of influence, Pop-a-Note is here.

Pop-a-Note is conversational marketing at its best. Agents armed with Pop-a-Note have an easy and effective way to engage their entire contact lists. By sending brief, fun-to-read emails that include timely, interesting or entertaining facts on a variety of interesting topics, you can keep your audience engaged and keep your name in front of the people who matter the most.

Not only will clients welcome these fun notes, but they will serve as unique conversation starters between agents and their buyers and sellers. The notes are automated and scheduled at your leisure, branded to you with your contact information, generating replies and referrals that will help your business.

Pop-a-Note will make your clients feel like you are only a phone call or email away, and will encourage them to reach out to you should they, or someone they know, have any upcoming real estate needs.

Communicating on your behalf, Pop-a-Note can help even the busiest of agents maintain their communication ties and continue existing relationships.

MRIS customers receive a 10 percent discount. Learn more about Pop-a-Note here or click here for pricing information.

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