Real Estate agents its selling season! We’ve got some fantastic postcards with strong calls to action that will motivate people to list with you!
For this month only, mail 200+ postcards and we’ll waive the design fee! Just download the order form below, fill it out and email back to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Customizable Market Update
Most real estate agents report that market updates are their most popular direct mail piece. This postcard makes market update stats easy to read and understand. Simply provide info for your specific area and we will plug it in!
Why sell this spring?
This brightly colored infograph clearly explains why now is the best time to sell
This beautiful postcard is a great way to touch base with your farm or social list and remind them that you are available to get them into the home of their dreams.
Videos are an important part of any marketing strategy, and with today’s technology, it’s fairly easy to create a good quality video with just your phone. Of course, there are several occasions that require a professional videographer such as an event, high end real estate virtual tour, commercial campaign, etc. But if you are simply doing a a short video for your blog, social media or email marketing, there’s no reason you shouldn’t use your phone.
In most cases, however, it’s best not to just whip out your phone and shoot. A little preparation, and a few tools, can take your videos to the next level and increase your view rate and the impact on viewers.
Write out a plan
What are you going to film? What movements are you going to make? What are you going to say at what parts? Before you hit record, have a detailed plan written down so your video is polished, concise and impactful.
Invest in a handheld tripod and microphone
When shooting a video on your phone, the two most important accessories are a handheld tripod, to help keep a steady hand, and a microphone, to reduce background noise. Both are fairly inexpensive and will make a huge difference in video quality.
Make sure your area is well lit
Turn on all the lights in a house. Open up all the windows. Go outside. Do whatever you need to do to brighten up the space. Nobody will watch a dark video.
Put the video in focus
With most phones nowadays, getting a focused shot is as easy as touching the screen on the spot that you want to focus on.
Do not digitally zoom
If you want to get a close up of something, physically walk up to it. Digital zoom lessens the visual quality of the shot.