Video tips and tricks for Realtors: Lights, Cameras, Action!

By |December 5th, 2011|

Why should REALTORS use video for marketing? Sell yourself, your business and your listings with short, snappy videos. A good video is worth a thousand words, and they’re easier to make than you might think. And, from an SEO and analytics standpoint, if you have video on your website you’ll raise your Google ranking. Are you [...]

Can You Sell a House on Twitter? Smart REALTORS Share Social Media Secrets

By |December 2nd, 2011|

Online marketing gurus can get quite preachy about the importance of social media engagement for businesses. They tell us to get on Facebook and Twitter and LinkedIn (etc., etc. etc.) and we should have conversations with people before we try to sell them anything. You wouldn’t walk into a cocktail party and ask someone to [...]

Are you a Cross-Poster? How to Link your Facebook Business Page Updates to Your Twitter Stream

By |November 21st, 2011|

 “But I’m too busy to tweet!” We hear this all the time when we coach clients through social media strategy. Many of us are on Facebook frequently, for social and business reasons, but the thought of logging into Twitter and trying to figure out what to say once we get there, wears us out. Here’s [...]

Can Lightning Strike Twice in the Same Spot?

By |October 25th, 2011|

On Saturday, September 24th, Kim was out hiking in a remote area on a beautiful fall day. She lost her footing and fell down a steep slope, disappearing out of sight. By the time her hiking companion was able to reach her, she was face down, and upon hearing his voice she announced that her back was broken.

Win Two Free Registrations to Real Estate Masters Guild Mastery Workshop!

By |October 13th, 2011|

 Make a video and Bring-A-Buddy to Jacksonville! When you come to Florida for the Real Estate Masters Guild Workshop April 26-28, 2012  bring a buddy! If you could bring a friend for free, who would it be? Tell us in a 1-minute YouTube video and you could win free registration for you and your buddy!  [...]

There’s a lot to Like about Facebook business pages!

By |June 29th, 2011|

Real Pro Systems is proud to announce our new collection of professional Facebook business pages, created specifically for real estate agents. Custom branded to mirror the agent’s website, each Facebook business page is designed to engage visitors and connect with fans.

Refer a Friend for a Chance to Win!

By |May 9th, 2011|

For REALTORS, a client referral from another agent is a powerful endorsement that often leads to business. The same is true here at Real Pro Systems; when you refer another agent to us that is a strong endorsement we deeply appreciate. Did you know that Real Pro Systems has an established referral program? We pay [...]

Imitation is the Sincerest form of Flattery!

By |October 26th, 2010|

In the summer of 2009, Real Pro Systems introduced its Real Pro Platinum product to complement the lineup of Real Pro Silver and Real Pro Gold. These three agents systems from the core of our business and our marketing messaging.

Star Power Annual Conference

By |June 30th, 2010|

Over the years, Real Pro Systems has enjoyed a close relationship with Howard Brinton and his entire Star Power organization. You see, year after year, Star Power has been an amazing force for passing on the best practices in the real estate industry, from seasoned veterans to the up and coming agents. Howard's energy and [...]

Cookie-cutter to Custom Websites

By |June 17th, 2010|

Real Pro Systems builds highly flexible websites that are easily tailored to an agent’s needs. There is a lot of confusion in the marketplace about terms like “template” website, “cookie-cutter” website, “custom” website, and so on. Here’s how we see the world of websites. To us, a “cookie-cutter” website is a derogatory term, referring to a website that is not configurable; they all look alike, and the content is fixed. For agents on a budget or with no budget, it might be the only alternative. Sometimes these are free sites provided by a broker or offered as an add-on to a service such as an IDX. Let’s face it; even with the lack of flexibility it’s better than no internet presence at all. But all they offer is a “business card in cyberspace.”