Most listing agents who are worth their salt, will see the value in this, so long as they know that it solves a few problems for them: capturing leads for drive by and foot traffic, provides a cool new way for texters (mostly gen X, Y, and Zers) to find out information on the home, and here is the kicker: the listing agent gets their phone number IMMEDIATELY after they text in for a follow up.
Customers new and old should get the same experience, no matter how big or small your business is. Consistency can be one of the most crucial elements of service for your customers. If you commit to serving your customers and prospects (beyond just selling to them) not only will you realize increased sales, repeat business and happier customers; you will also achieve a less erratic sales processes.
Women who want to start their own business online but feel overwhelmed on where to focus or stuck in indecision. They don’t have clients, a marketing plan, and aren’t clear about what they offer yet they spend months watching free training, getting business cards or perfecting their website. They need a plan and to know where and what to focus their energy on.
QUOTE: “Consider this: Mobile sites lag behind desktop sites in key engagement metrics such as average time on site, pages per visit, and bounce rate. For retailers, this can be especially costly since 30% of all online shopping purchases now happen on mobile phones. The average U.S. retail mobile site loaded in 6.9 seconds in July 2016, but, according to the most recent data, 40% of consumers will leave a page that takes longer than three seconds to load. And 79% of shoppers who are dissatisfied with site performance say they’re less likely to purchase from the same site again.” Google, 2016
I just watched a video regarding tips to add to the Eweber page. There was too much information that I prefer to read it, too, in order to retain the material. I keep debating in my head as to whether I want to subscribe. My second book is coming out soon. I am afraid that I may get in over my head with adding this and adding that and so forth. Thank you!
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For example, when a customer finds you organically through a Google search for example, that means you have some element of authority. When you have authority, prospects are more likely to enter into your funnel because they know that if they found you relevantly, that whatever it is that you're providing must be of a great value. That's just the nature of SEO and organic search. 
We are a town planning and development company and we help people develop their land. Their big problem for people is knowing whether they should they a property to develop and if they can actually develop what they want and make money. We offer a brief discussion first to understand what they are doing. In our world, we know if something is generally possible, but with local government and 500 page planning schemes, the devil really is in the detail. We offer to our prospective clients a Preliminary Site Report. This confirms what is possible and looks for any issues that might kill the deal or add large hidden expenses. During every conversation I will ask what they expect to pay for the property. If they say $500,000 I will generally say “that a small investment of $550 to confirm that what you want to do is possible is definitely worth it as you don’t want to be left with a half million dollar property that you can’t sell.” I know it sounds a little salesy but as part of our a 10 minute chat, its much more natural. People always agree. I’ve only just changed my discussions about upside, profit and finding hidden expenses, and this new approach is resulting in much better sales.
QUOTE: “How fast your website loads is critical but often a completely ignored element in any online business and that includes search marketing and search engine optimisation. And that includes page load times on mobile devices: The average time it takes to fully load a mobile landing page is 22 seconds, according to a new analysis. Yet 53% of visits are abandoned if a mobile site takes longer than three seconds to load. That’s a big problem.” Google