Tremors, in and of themselves, cause minimal damage. But sometimes those tremors are the precursor to something a whole lot bigger. Organized real estate is ripe with these little shakeups, and whether you’re a brokerage, franchiser, vendor, portal or agent, the Tinder-ization of everything WILL impact your business. It’s already changing the way we generate leads and may very well eliminate outbound marketing as a viable option.
On this episode of Industry Relations, Rob and Greg discuss a few of the current tremors making waves in organized real estate, starting with the new FCC rule allowing mobile carriers to block unknown callers. They explain how the iOS 13 update might impact lead generation and why inbound and content marketing will become crucial in light of these changes.
Rob goes on to explore how the death of outbound marketing could make agent teams that much more important and challenges the idea that agents working with teams qualify as independent contractors under California Assembly Bill 5. Listen in for Greg’s insight around how high agent turnover impacts the way SaaS vendors do business and learn why nimbleness and brand recognition are key to survival in the real estate space.
The new FCC rule allowing mobile carriers to block unknown callers
How the iOS 13 update will impact lead generation in real estate
Greg’s insight around the value of inbound + content marketing
How the death of outbound marketing will make agent teams even more important
The distinction between independent contracts and employees in California AB-5
Rob’s argument that team leads qualify as employers under AB-5
How 30% agent churn impacts the way real estate vendors do business
Why SaaS companies in real estate must focus on customer experience
The idea that every day is Day One in establishing brand recognition
Why being nimble is the key to survival in the real estate industry
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