20 Ways to Touch Your Database This Year!

Don’t lose another opportunity to touch your database this year. Trying figure out how to keep your database thriving? Use these great holidays as a chance to stay in front of your clients all year long!

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New Year’s Day – January 1st, 2018                    Independence Day – July 4th, 2018 

Valentine’s Day – February 14th, 2018               Halloween – October 31st, 2018 

Daylight Savings – March 11th, 2018                   Thanksgiving – November 22nd, 2018 

Memorial Day – May 28th, 2018                           Christmas – December 25th, 2018 

Tired of the traditional holiday postcards & emails? Here are a few interesting  and fun holidays that your clients will enjoy! Get specific- if you have a client who loves beer, send them something funny they will relate to and remember. Not creative? Let AnotherMe help you design a postcard/email!

National Margarita Day – Feb. 22nd, 2018          National Dog Day – August 26th, 2018

Pi Day – March 14th, 2018                                     Drink Beer Day – Sept. 28th, 2018 

Earth Day – April 22nd, 2018                                  Make a Difference Day – Oct. 27th, 2018

Cinco De Mayo – May 5th, 2018                            Veteran’s Day – November 11th, 2018

National Donut Day – June 1st, 2018                  Small Business Saturday – Nov. 24th, 2018

National Ice Cream Day – July 15th, 2018              Ugly Sweater Day – December 21st, 2018

Want more holiday ideas? Check out http://www.holidayscalendar.com/

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Stumped for New Marketing Ideas?

Let’s face it. Some of us are marketing gurus, but the majority of us can’t find our way out of the proverbial box. Do you find yourself stumped for new marketing ideas? Have you run the gamut on ways to stay in touch with your clients? In these tough economic times when sales are down or barely existent, it is important to remain visible in your community. Here are a few fresh approaches to get you thinking about your next step forward.

1. Monthly Newsletter. Are you sending out a digital newsletter to your clients? If not, you are missing a shot at spreading news about seminars, new listings, tips on decorating, ideas on how to spruce up your home’s curb appeal and on and on. There are several different websites who offer easy and very affordable ways to create a newsletter and allow you to utilize your client database to email it. Take a look at ConstantContact.com, VerticalResponse.com or EPaperFlip.com. These sites can get you started on a fast and inexpensive new marketing venture!

2. Get Involved with Local Schools. Have you thought of placing an ad in the team program or yearbook at a local school? This is a great way to sponsor school sports teams or events in your community while making yourself and your business highly visible.

3. Refrigerator Magnets. Actually this is my absolute favorite! I can’t tell you how many times I have referred to my refrigerator to find a Real Estate Agent, electrician, plumber or handyman. It’s a great marketing tool and provides a quick resource for people.

4. Handy Candy. Keep a supply of candy bars on hand to give to potential clients who come into your office. Simply hole punch your business card and tie it to the candy bar with a length of curling ribbon. It’s cute and easy, plus who doesn’t love something sweet every now and then?

5. Be Noteworthy. Choose one client each day from your database and drop them a handwritten note with your business card in it. Just let them know you are available if they need you.

6. Start a Blog, and do all of that Facebook and Twitter stuff. Of course, that’s a little time consuming because first you have to figure out what all of that means… but we can help you with that!

Of course, these are just of few of the many ways you can market yourself and your business. Get creative. Host a “Lunch and Learn” with other agents and collectively “brainstorm” for new ideas.

Do you have an idea you would like to share?

Photo courtesy of  Ben Pollard