RainCamp: Ten Days Of Pain (Ben Kinney)
I am going to give you a Ben Kinney quote: "Agents that are successful at converting Internet leads follow a systematic plan, over an extended period of time. Only then will you be able to harvest the true fruits of your labor. Sadly a lot of real estate agents give up on Internet leads after only making one or two attempts to connect with them. With Internet leads your speed of response is key. In our experience, if you can combine speed of response with consistent contact over a two week time period, your odds of converting a lead to an appointment increase exponentially."
The 10 Days of Pain presentation was outstanding. Check out GiftOfShift.com These are our talking points. :-)
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