Browsing: web 2.0

Real Estate Marketing
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Social NetworkingThere are some Real Estate Investors & Entrepreneurs alike who are wasting their time with Social Networking.

What they’re doing is pointless, annoying, and it needs to stop.

Thousands and thousands of investors have caught onto Web 2.0 Social Networking/Social Media. But Why… What’s the Point?  Even people who have tried it, tend to fall off quickly…

I finally understand why…

You sign up for one of these social networking sites, you create a profile, try to make a bunch of friends… now what? Is that all to it? Are we competing to see who has the most friends or what?

It’s Not About Having The Most Friends

Some people don’t understand the power of Social Networking and they tend to write it off as a waste of time… or something for kids.

If you want to make the most out of your Social Networking, then follow the tips below.

Real Estate Marketing
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A tag cloud with terms related to Web 2.As one that invests in Real Estate, time maximization and lead-generation are imperative. It’s ideal to utilize automation tools to outsource tasks that allow your business run efficiently and to maintain a constant influx of leads.

A way to accomplish both is by utilizing a call center. And I don’t mean usage of a traditional call center which may come to mind. Call centers with expensive set-up fees, high per minute rates, or agents who answer your business’ calls among others are unnecessary and a thing of the past.

Move into Web 2.0 by leveraging cloud computing for your call center, or a cloud-call-center. With a cloud-call-center service such as that offered by CallFire, you can optimize their Infrastructure-As-Service model to obtain great marketing results.

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I’ll pose an example case-study scenario, just to give an idea of how such a service could be utilized:

Case Study for the Use of Cloud Call Center Applications

Justin is a real estate wholesaler and had a house under contract that he absolutely had to assign as quickly as he could. He gave himself a 60 day time-window in the contract to find a buyer and 20 days had elapsed. Justin turned to his primary contract-assignment options; he called the buyers on his existing buyers’ list, he placed 50 bandit signs around town, he put an ad in the paper, he blasted information about the property on the internet.