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Never Lose Touch Again with Pop-a-Note

January 23, 2015  |  by RISMedia

Keeping in touch with current clients is part of your everyday to-do list. You’re trying to sell them a home, therefore, multiple texts, emails and phone calls are frequently sent in order to facilitate a speedy home sale and happy clients. But what happens after the transaction ends? How do you stay in touch when current clients become past clients?

stay in touchOpening up a post-sale dialogue has never been easier with Pop-a-Note, a web-based, auto-email marketing system from RISMedia that helps agents and brokers continue the conversation within the real estate space and beyond. With Pop-a-Note, emails are scheduled and sent out to an agent’s mailing list, providing your sphere of influence with relevant content they can use. Pop-a-Note provides facts that are timely and useful, all of which can be tailored to suit your specific audience.

Staying in touch is important because as we all know, real estate is a people business, and your business is fueled by referrals. If past clients loved working with you, chances are they would pass along your contact information to their friends and family. By sending these short, fun notes to your contact list periodically, your name will always be top of mind when someone in their network needs a reliable and knowledgeable real estate agent.

Notes don’t always have to be business oriented either. Pop-a-Notes cover all sorts of topics that are seasonal, holiday related, consumer-oriented, and entertainment-based, so you can cover the gamut of all your clients’ interests and needs.

With Pop-a-Note’s reliable communication and marketing system, you can rest assured that you will never lose touch with a client ever again. Start growing your sphere of influence in real estate today.

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

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