Managing Your Online Reputation There was an inspirational bumper sticker back in the ‘80s that read: “Don’t worry about what anyone says behind your back… it’s none of your business!” Alas, ...
Homeowner Central: Empowering Plan Holders Can you imagine signing up for a credit card that doesn’t allow you to pay your bill online or view your latest statement? Of course not! Today’s consumers crave ...
Take a Shortcut to ORHP.com Forget memorizing website addresses or searching your contacts for links. The websites and contacts you need are just a tap away with a smartphone shortcut.
Your Real Estate Website: DIY or Buy? A professional looking website is a cornerstone of a real estate agent’s robust inbound marketing strategy. It can help you establish yourself as a real estate ...
Keeping Home Loan Documents Safe from Hacking Your clients provide tons of personal financial data to mortgage companies during a real estate transaction. So how do you know your clients’ preapproval and home ...
Cultivate Your Sphere of Influence in Four Simple Steps Four decades before digital social networking existed, psychologists Jeffrey Travers and Stanley Milgram conducted a fascinating experiment to show how truly ...
Which Client Relationship Management (CRM) System is Right for You? As a real estate professional, you’re not just a salesperson. You’re the CEO of your own small business and you’re also the head of Marketing, Operations, ...
Top Apps for Hosting the Best Open House Hosting an open house offers the perfect opportunity to showcase your brand, capture new leads, and engage potential new clients. But open houses require doing a ...
SEO for Lead Generation, Capture, and Conversion According to the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), 86% of home buyers believe real estate websites are the most useful source of information when buying a ...
Stay out of Your Clients’ Spam Folders Let’s face it, there’s no surefire way to keep your emails out of your clients’ spam folders. You offer a valuable service, but if you use the wrong words in your ...