Get 25 Mortgage Marketing Techniques For Under A Buck!!
Ah, the common business card. It is one of the most widely used (albeit incorrectly) forms of marketing. No matter where you started your mortgage sales professional career, I can almost guarantee that you were given a box containing hundreds of freshly printed business cards.
But it doesn’t take long to see the ineffectiveness of business cards: if the business card holds no value, then there is no reason to keep it.
This marketing guide is all about finding ways to increase the value of your business cards. For one of the techniques, I explain what you need to write on the back of a business card so that the customer NEVER throws it away.
Would that be worth a buck? Of course it would be.
Learn that plus 24 more technques using business cards.
Will you get rich with this type of marketing? No. But it should give you a few ideas that you can incorporate into your marketing activities.
For $0.99, what do you have to lose?
Nolan Cowley has been involved in real estate, the lending industry, and internet marketing for the last decade. Although he has spent many years “out in the field” as a salesperson, he is now turning his knowledge and experience into helpful and affordable guides.
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