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The Real Estate Marketing Dude is a podcast for real estate agents that focuses strictly on real estate lead generation strategies that fall within 3 categories of real estate marketing. We will discuss various topics of real estate marketing including Referral Marketing, Transactional Marketing, and Cold Marketing.

Real Estate Marketing Dude Mike Cuevas

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The Real Estate Marketing Dude is a podcast for real estate agents that focuses strictly on real estate lead generation strategies that fall within 3 categories of real estate marketing. We will discuss various topics of real estate marketing including Referral Marketing, Transactional Marketing, and Cold Marketing.

    How to Buy and Sell Real Estate, Tax Free

    How to Buy and Sell Real Estate, Tax Free

    In today's market, we should all seek to be investor friendly, especially as agents. We are looking at how investing is a great way to accumulate tax free real estate.Mat has been at the forefront of the Self-Directed IRA industry since 2006. He’s CEO of Directed IRA, a partner at KKOS Lawyers, a national speaker, a top-ranked podcast host, a best-selling author, and a self-directed retirement investor. Mat is a VIP Contributor at Entrepreneur and is an expert author at Cryptopedia.Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode* The benefits of real estate investing.* What is the best way to make your money earn money?* How to avoid taxes on real estate investing.ResourceCheck Out Mat's Website (https://matsorensen.com/)Real Estate Marketing Dude (http://www.realestatemarketingdude.com/)The Listing Advocate (Earn more listings!) (https://www.listingadvocate.com/)REMD on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8HiIBp5sa3wKVes_1Ksr4A)REMD on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/therealestatemarketingdude/)Transcript:So how do you track new business, you constantly don't have to chase it. Hi, I'm Mike Cuevas to real estate marketing. And this podcast is all about building a strong personal brand people have come to know, like trust and most importantly, refer. But remember, it is not their job to remember what you do for a living. It's your job to remind them. Let's get startedWhat's up ladies and gentlemen, welcome another episode of the real estate marketing dude, podcast, market shifted, folks, we're gonna talk about something not so much on marketing today. I mean, I guess it can be, but more so on skill sets, something very important, I believe is gonna be coming up into the market. And although interest rates went down to 5%, I still don't think we're at the end of this thing. Yeah, do you guys, I'm almost positive, I could tell you that, but I can't predict the future. I've seen a couple shifts in my age. But what one of the skills I'm getting out is, whatever you're gonna decide to do, you need to become investor friendly. If the only types of transactions you guys are creating are just residential buy, sell and moves, you're gonna be missing a major opportunity in the upcoming market. Because the reality is, is that the real estate industry has a large shortage of investor friendly agents. Most agents aren't even know what the fuck we're talking about right here when we start talking about this. And if I didn't personally know someone who taught me all this stuff, like five or six years ago, I would be completely lost. But how cool would it be? If you were able to teach your clients, all people, anyone you knew how to buy tax free real estate, and not pay any taxes on it at all? Because that's basically what self directed IRA investing is. I'm gonna tee up and I don't know what Matt here is gonna talk about. We just met like, what how long goes like two minutes ago? Yeah, I'm great, though. I'm gonna dumb this down for everybody. Okay, and just break this down in human language. So I know Matt's an attorney and get into these big terms and stuff. So I'm gonna put them in real estate terms. We call them layman's. Alright, so all this says you can build you can install certain amount of money into a Roth. And after that Roth is season season, he'll define what season means you can literally treat it like a bank account that doesn't get taxed. Is that a fair statement? Yeah, the number one way to make money in the US tax free and not go to prison. The number one thing people are gonna be looking for is an agent that understands this type of skill set one of them all the investors skill sets. And even the rookie investors, this is how you pull them in once you know more than what they do. Great.

    • 29 min
    Long Form vs Short Form

    Long Form vs Short Form

    Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode* What is the biggest difference between long form and short form content?* What are the advantages and disadvantages of each?* Which one is best for you?ResourceReal Estate Marketing Dude (http://www.realestatemarketingdude.com/)The Listing Advocate (Earn more listings!) (https://www.listingadvocate.com/)REMD on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8HiIBp5sa3wKVes_1Ksr4A)REMD on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/therealestatemarketingdude/)Transcript:So how do you track new business, you constantly don't have to chase it. Hi, I'm Mike Cuevas to real estate marketing. And this podcast is all about building a strong personal brand people have come to know, like trust and most importantly, refer. But remember, it is not their job to remember what you do for a living. It's your job to remind them. Let's get started.What's up ladies and gentlemen, welcome to their episode of the real estate marketing dude, podcast. What we're gonna be chatting about today, folks, is something going on in the marketing industry. And one of the most common questions that we're getting right now is, Hey, what is the difference between Long and short form content? What is right for me should I do short form should do long form, which one gets the better results, and all of the buzz and all the above, and I'm going to share with you everything that we see between the both. We do a lot of these videos each month, and not just for me, for clients throughout the country. So we get a lot of really good insight, a lot of data. And I want to share with you on that, especially if you're thinking about implementing video this year. So first, if you're thinking about implementing video this year, don't do it alone, do it with the real estate marketing dude, because not only will we train you how to get going with script and distribute your content each month. But secondly, I don't have a second lien. So let's keep going. Alright, so what I'm going to do is I want to start off with this. There's a major difference between short and long form content. And the reality is, is the right strategy for you is going to be based upon what are you doing video for? Now, I'm going to walk through the difference because you shouldn't you always reverse engineer your strategy. The most important thing about getting on video is which is right for your personality, which is right for your brand. Can you speak for five minutes on camera, if not, you almost always know your short form scripter. However, if you're more of a storyteller, and long winded and you might want to go too long form, ultimately, distribution and results is the difference between two. So when we create long form videos, we create and we multipurpose we create and we multipurpose. We regardless of the type of video we're doing, we fully distributed them the same way each and every time. So for example, let's just say I'm doing a six minute video on living in San Diego, I'm still going to take that video and send it to my database via video email, I'm going to put that video on YouTube, I'm going to create a blog post on that video, then I'm going to put that video up on my site, I'm going to video email that video to my entire database. And there's just more distribution tactics. However, when I'm doing short form video, I'm not video emailing a short form video to my database. I'm not putting that on my YouTube channel with the exception of shorts. I'm not writing a blog post on it. And there's less ways to multipurpose short form content. So in other words, when I'm posting on short form only or the goal is just short form, chances are it's going to be more appropriate for social media only when you're creating shorts on social. It's a one and done strategy, right? You create content,

    • 16 min
    Stop Letting People Forget You Exist

    Stop Letting People Forget You Exist

    Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode* How to stay in front of your database.* Why you aren't getting referrals.* What are some tools you can use to keep in touch with your audience.Resource

    • 33 min
    VIP Branding for 500+ Deals a YEAR

    VIP Branding for 500+ Deals a YEAR

    Sometimes you need to be more than a realtor, you need to be a local celebrity brand. This means staying on the forefront of your database in more than one way. Don't just talk to your clients, love on them.Amy Stockberger, founder of Amy Stockberger Real Estate, is the Broker/Owner of one of the top 50 highest producing teams in the nation. Amy and her team have helped thousands of people find their dream home.Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode* How to diversify your offering.* The difference between marketing and advertising.* How you can stay top of mind with your database.ResourceCheck Out Amy's Website (https://www.amystockberger.com/)Real Estate Marketing Dude (http://www.realestatemarketingdude.com/)The Listing Advocate (Earn more listings!) (https://www.listingadvocate.com/)REMD on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8HiIBp5sa3wKVes_1Ksr4A)REMD on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/therealestatemarketingdude/)Transcript:So how do you attract new business, you constantly don't have to chase it. Hi, I'm Mike Cuevas a real estate marketing. This podcast is all about building a strong personal brand people have come to know, like trust and most importantly, refer. But remember, it is not their job to remember what you do for a living. It's your job to remind them. Let's get started.What's up ladies and gentlemen, welcome another episode of the real estate marketing dude, podcast, what we're doing here today focuses, we're going to talk about how you run a local celebrity brand. Start loving on your clients, not just loving on your clients, but obsessively loving on your clients, and how and why that turns into business. Before we introduce our guests, I'm gonna paint the picture very, very clearly for you guys. Andthe client experience matters period. All right, people don't remember what you did from remember how you made them feel. And the highest likelihood of generating more business in a real estate transaction is during the transaction with a client. The number one goal of each transaction that you're doing when you're working with a client is not to sell the house. That's the number three goals. The number one goal is to first impress the client so you can lock them in for a long time and repeat business. Number two goal is to create spin off business from that transaction so you can make more money. And then the number three goals actually sell the house and close the deal in that order. Now, what I want you to challenge you guys with today is what did you do during the course of the transaction that people actually remembered? Because that's what we're gonna be talking about today. The reality is that 80% of buyers forget their agents name within six months of closing the transaction. And in a business that's dominated by 80 plus percent, being referral. Using the past or people you personally met, it is impossible to run a long term real estate business without running a business and building a brand and creating an experience that people come back to. Can you imaginegoingto like a Michelin restaurantand having a shitty experience?No, that's why you're paying $800 A plate. And people will gladly pay for things and will gladly refer things that they enjoy that other people will enjoy too. So what I want to dial in today, so much is about the customer experience and how you're conducting yourself throughout the course of the transaction. And that's what our guest today is going to chat about. So without further ado, we're gonna introduce our guests coming straight out of Sioux Falls. I think it's South Dakota, South Dakota. Amy stock burger. Hi, Amy. How are you? I'm great.

    • 40 min
    Get Out of Your Comfort Zone & Market

    Get Out of Your Comfort Zone & Market

    Today we are looking at another way to combat this recession; expanding beyond your current market and your comfort zone. Whether that's expanding to neighborhood, city or state, get out of your comfort zone. It ...

    • 23 min
    Adapting to Shift With Investors

    Adapting to Shift With Investors

    Today we are talking about how investors are handling this recession. Like agents, they have to adapt to survive this market, and with the right strategy, thrive.Martin is the founder and host of the Stroudsburg Real Estate Investors club. With his leadership the group has gone from zero to over three hundred members in less than two years. He currently manages and operates a Real Estate Investing firm operating over five million dollars in assets and he helps investors get above average returns by investing passively in multifamily Real Estate with him and his team.Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode* How do you make sure everyone knows your name?* How are top agents thriving during a recession?* Why you need to be making content and developing a brand.ResourceCheck Out Martin's Website (https://skilledpropertyfinders.com/)Real Estate Marketing Dude (http://www.realestatemarketingdude.com/)The Listing Advocate (Earn more listings!) (https://www.listingadvocate.com/)REMD on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8HiIBp5sa3wKVes_1Ksr4A)REMD on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/therealestatemarketingdude/)Transcripts:So how do you track new business, you constantly don't have to chase it. Hi, I'm Mike Cuevas to real estate marketing. And this podcast is all about building a strong personal brand people have come to know, like trust and most importantly, refer. But remember, it is not their job to remember what you do for a living. It's your job to remind them. Let's get started.What's up ladies and gentlemen, welcome another episode of the real estate marketing dude, podcast, folks, where we chat about today is how you diversify. When the market stops transacting by 33%. What are you gonna do during this recession, this is gonna be the best opportunity that most of us will see to actually start building wealth and you don't make a lot of money when everyone else is buying houses, you make a lot of money when no one else is, because that's where the opportunity is. And if you're not adopting the mindset of becoming a real estate problem solver, right now, people are going to be eating your lunch. So what I wanted to do today was bring on a investor, not any investor, Latino investor. That's why we got on the show here, because we support our Latinos on this show. But what we're going to talk about guys is sort of how to start thinking outside the box, here's the reality, right? You're gonna, there's gonna be a lot of opportunities. And when the market shifts like there's, there's gonna be recession, people are going to be losing their houses, their jobs, and other things. And they're going to need help. And this is why every real estate investor in the country is self attaining on the sidelines right now. They're not getting in yet, but they're just sitting there. They're putting on their helmet. They're strapping on their chin strap, and they're putting in their mouthpiece, because they're about to go to freakin feast. And that's why these markets are so exciting. And real estate agents, lenders, you guys are in the best position to take advantage of this different stuff. So we're gonna get into that a little bit further right now. But without further ado, let's go ahead and introduce our guest, Mr. Martin. Perdomo. A Superdome. All right. That's correct. Port demo. All right, Martin, why don't you go ahead and tell everyone Hello, and tell him a little bit about yourself. Hey, everyone. Thanks. Thanks for having me, Mike.Really appreciate it's an honor to be here on your show and talking to your audience. I've been investing in real estate since 2007. Man I first fell in love with real estate. When I was 1616.

    • 41 min

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