Kim Rempel, investor, writer, and entrepreneur, helps real estate professionals and business owners create content that gets attention. She says, "Leverage what you know to help your business grow. That’s the power of content." Visit her website, www.RealtorBlogging101.com
I sat down with AJ Plant, regional owner of Exit Realty Eastern Ontario, and Duncan MacDonald, a former Toronto Blue Jays scout hired to find franchise prospects and recruit agents for the region’s brokerages.
Once you’ve figured out what to talk about (and why), you’re halfway done. The hardest thing about blogging is not the planning, the strategizing or even coming up with a great headline. The hardest thing is writing it.
“Have you ever considered having a blog?” I asked him one day. “Well, what’s a blog?” he asked. After I explained how a blog can educate and equip readers, and ultimately sell your own products or services, he said, “I already do that!”
As a real estate professional, you know clients are researching agents online and they’re probably not finding you. You’ve known for a while that your website is in need of decent content, but blogging is driving you nuts.
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