Category Archives for "Testimonials"

How Email Has Put Over $100k in This Salesperson’s Pocket

New business vs Maintaining existing clients Renee Musicus had a problem. As an energy consultant and broker with Goldstar Energy Group, she was constantly trying to find the balance between bringing in new business while maintaining relationships with the clients she already had. Sound familiar? “The energy business is extremely competitive,” Renee said. “As time […]

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How Happy Grasshopper Ruined This Agent’s Christmas

Brenda Pieper has a lot of great experience to share with her real estate clients, and it keeps her busy. That’s why she hadn’t uploaded contacts into her custom lead conversion campaign, even though it was ready for her to use. A week before Christmas, she was getting ready to close her doors for the […]

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Want More Business?

What’s the secret to getting more business is a tough market? Los Angeles is a tough market. The town thrives on buzz, so if a company is going about business as usual and not stirring anything up, people assume they’ve closed their doors. Emma Tate knows this all too well. She’s lived in LA since […]

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How Happy Grasshopper Solved a Recruiting Problem for this Busy Broker

Julie Farmer just started a new business under the name “Live Love Savannah,” a real estate brokerage whose vision is to offer superior service to its clients and community. She has built a supportive infrastructure that frees agents to focus solely on their customers’ needs. Now, she is seeking to build her team with people who share that vision — people who love working […]

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Are your old real estate leads worth $90,000?

Brent Dalley’s were. We recently ran into Brent at KW Family Reunion; he is a new user and team leader from Arlington, TX. He told a story we just had to share: “Well, I’ve had 270 people unsubscribe from my first message, and I’ve gotten some hate mail.” You might be asking yourself why I’d […]

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