Builder Radio Podcast: Selling More Homes – Episode 106

Posted April 2, 2020 by admin

Episode 106 of Selling More Homes: The Monday Morning Sales Meeting features a discussion between Jerry and Scott with Bill Webb to discuss the topic, “New Home Versus Used: Redefining the Value of Energy Efficiency.”

But before they get Bill on the line, Jerry and Scott discuss an upcoming webinar with Melinda Brody, a sales trainer and mystery shopper. They’ll discuss the importance of follow-up in the sales process. So be on the lookout for that.

Sit back and enjoy this informative discussion on the differences in energy efficiency between new and older homes.

Click here to listen to Episode 106 of Selling More Homes: The Monday Morning Sales Meeting.

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How Builder Lead Management Translates Into New Home Sales

Posted February 24, 2020 by admin

Many people think the most difficult part of new home sales is the construction. Laying the foundation, putting up walls, and installing windows certainly is difficult. If it wasn’t, homes wouldn’t be more expensive than a car. But the steps that lead up to the actual construction is where a business truly makes their money.

A builder needs to be able to stand behind their work. Anything less than quality work will be unacceptable to the customer. But a builder without proper lead management won’t get the opportunity to close new home sales. And construction won’t happen without a sale.

A lot of builders don’t focus on lead management despite its importance. This could be due to many different factors—they don’t have the proper software, they don’t have relevant experience, or maybe leads fall through the cracks simply because it’s difficult to keep track of them.

But builder lead management doesn’t become any less essential just because it’s difficult. The good news is that there’s help for builders that either don’t have time to manage their leads, or don’t have a good system for doing so.

Here’s how proper lead management can lead to new home sales.

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Maximize Your Facebook Business Page (Part Three: What And What Not To Post)

Posted November 18, 2016 by Brian Flook

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The goal of your business page is to engage, inform, interact and attract homebuyers. Let’s discuss what you should and shouldn’t place on your timeline. Continue Reading →

Marketing Automation And Why You Need It (Part Three: Close More Sales)

Posted October 25, 2016 by Brian Flook

 

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This week I’m going to explain how to transform your marketing automation leads into bona fide sales. Continue Reading →

Marketing Automation And Why You Need It (Part Two: Nurture Your Leads)

Posted October 18, 2016 by Brian Flook

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Last week we talked about the importance of knowing who is visiting your website. Now it’s time to discuss how to nurture them while increasing their interest. Continue Reading →

Marketing Automation And Why You Need It (Part One: Know Who Is Visiting Your Website)

Posted October 11, 2016 by Brian Flook

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Welcome to “Marketing Automation And Why You Need It”. Over the next four weeks you will discover how a properly utilized CRM/Marketing Automation strategy can help you capture, nurture and transform leads into customers automatically.

In order to achieve more sales, it’s imperative to capture serious, eager leads. Attempting to attract everybody in the hopes they will magically convert to a paying client is kind of like eating soup with a fork. Plain and simple, focusing on prospects searching for what you’re selling will create more sales, and it all starts with capturing your leads. Continue Reading →

Content Is Crucial For Your Homebuilding Website (Part Four: Make The Search Engines Take Notice)

Posted October 3, 2016 by Brian Flook

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It’s vital Google and Bing crawl your website to ensure the content is relevant. When homebuyers enter a phrase such as “new home builders” or “affordable custom homes” you need to appear on the first page of results. If not, you’re losing out to your competitors.

Here’s how to make sure your website gets the exposure your homebuilding business deserves. Continue Reading →

Content Is Crucial For Your Homebuilding Website (Part Three: Get To The Point)

Posted September 27, 2016 by Brian Flook

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Clear, concise, informative content is a must for your homebuilding website. A brief introduction to each page of copy is fine, but resist the urge to present a long-winded preamble just to gain a few extra keywords. Your audience isn’t visiting your site to read textbook content—they want information and you have to give it to them as efficiently as possible. Continue Reading →

Content Is Crucial For Your Homebuilding Website (Part Two: Avoid These Common Grammar Mistakes)

Posted September 20, 2016 by Brian Flook

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No matter how diligent you are when it comes to writing website content, we’re all human and grammar mistakes are bound to happen. If any of the errors listed below make their way to your homebuilding website, your homebuyer may think your attention to detail is lacking and eliminate you—and you definitely don’t want that! Continue Reading →

How Can I Improve My Website? (Part Seven: Give Your Visitors What They Want)

Posted August 30, 2016 by Brian Flook

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We’ve made it to the final entry in the series, and, if you incorporate our first strategy through what I’m about to present below, you’ll be on your way to getting the most from your homebuilding website. Let’s get right down to the last, but certainly not least, point of how to improve your website. Continue Reading →

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