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We know what you want. It's more conversations with those who are thinking of selling or leasing their property, right?
That's why Bespoke Media Group has launched a national lead generation campaign called "Selling in Spring, Starts in Winter."
The industry leading social media agency commenced a nationwide social media lead generation campaign this week, to attract those homeowners who are thinking of putting their property on the market in Spring.
The campaign encourages homeowners to take action by reaching out and requesting a booklet titled "Top 22 Things You Can Be Doing In Winter to Prepare for a Spring Sale."
The leads generated through this process are then forwarded to the agent responsible for that specific postcode, who will follow up accordingly.
Highlighting the distinction between leads and conversation starters, Mr. Fren, CEO of Bespoke Media, emphasises that while most prefer leads from homeowners ready to sell immediately, it is also in an agent's best interest to capture the attention of potential sellers who may be planning to take action in the coming months.
"This approach is highly cost-effective for initiating conversations and building a robust pipeline," states Mr. Fren. The firm implements different advertisements across the country each month to achieve optimal results.
Describing the arrangement as straightforward, Mr. Fren acknowledges the unfortunate experiences encountered by some individuals with marketing agencies that charge exorbitant fees while delivering minimal result & the confusion about different offerings in this space.
Agents pay a modest subscription fee to secure a specific suburb, and any leads discovered by Bespoke Media Group are then passed on to the respective agent. There are no additional commissions to be paid upon signing or selling a referred lead.
"Our aim was to create a product that stands out in the New Zealand marketplace, one that is fair and affordable for everyone involved."