On this week’s round table episode, the Land Geeks discuss the topic “How many ads should you put up to market a property or does it vary based on the results?”
Joining Mark this week are:
Listen in as they go around the table and discuss the number of ads to put up when marketing a property based on the marketing platform being used. They also discuss their top three marketing platforms of all time.
TIP OF THE WEEK
Teria: My tip of the week was going to be dud. My problem was getting spammy emails or just being on the list that I never subscribed to, so I was trying to find a good unsubscribe software that could go through and help me without having to unsubscribe individually with each one, and I found one. It worked well, for maybe 3 or 4 I was trying to unsubscribe, and after that, the fees started adding up for each time I want to unsubscribe. That was my dilemma, that was going to be my tip because the first was like, this is great, I don't have to worry about all of these emails and click, click, click; I can just unsubscribe with one button. But I don't want to pay a ton of money for it.
Erik: It's been a while since I've gone through that process, but last time I did, I believe I used a service called unroll.me. That allowed me to go through and unsubscribe from a bunch of stuff, I don't remember having to pay for it, I don't know if that has changed. But maybe it can help!
Mark: Mine is, hey.com. They have a thing called a screener, if you have a subscription that you don't want you can screen them out and you'll never see them again. In fact, you can subscribe to a million things and you can see what it is, and then you can just scream them out. Super easy, super simple. It's $99 a year. I think it's well worth it.
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