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If you are just a starter in the real estate industry and you have been thinking a lot about the things you should consider, the things you should do, and the things you must avoid, then we are the right people that you should talk to!
I've been through it. We've built 13 YouTube channels across the country and we are willing to share with you our experiences throughout the process. My partner, Jackson Wilkey, and I started our path in this business in 2019 and we have never looked back.
The walk and talk have so much information that I can't remember it all. I have to listen 2, 3, or 4 times that same podcast.
In analytics, it shows how many new subs you got from a video. Do you give weight to a video that produces more subscribers and more videos like that?
Is eXp sharing all the same methods internally?
When you give your agents access to the phone # and email, how do you keep them accountable with leads? Do you have an app or spreadsheet and have them enter every reach out into it?
Does sharing the link to your channel have the same negative effect as sharing a link to a specific video?
Is there one common method you used to find partner agents to take leads? Or is it different in every situation? I need agents to take leads on my 2nd channel because it's blowing up and it's just me now.
I've been getting a lot of reach outs for rentals. What do you typically do with those? I try to give them ideas of where to look but gently tell them that rentals aren't my jam.
When you first started out what did you use to edit your videos? also which is your favorite camera phone mic?
I send them to an agent in my market that does rentals and then stay in contact with them on a quarterly call.
Is Tube Buddy still highly recommended? And is there a trick to writing a good description?
Is there a live event in October?
Posting my first video in a couple of days. What are your top 5 must-dos and don'ts?
Do you think there's a benefit to doing videos outdoor? I noticed a lot of people are only indoors. I like seeing the town personally.
Should I use any links like a relocation guide that collects info?
I had a customer share a link to one of my videos on facebook. The videos shot up. Should I unlist it? Don't want it to screw up my channel.
These are just a few of the questions that were posed during our live Q&A podcast, and you're about to hear all of the answers, so stay tuned!
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