You have probably heard of crazy internet challenges that have gone viral. Most recently there was the dumping cold water over your heard challenge. Most of these challenges are silly. But this one is incredible at expanding your sphere of influence and producing you beer. Matt Muscat, Director of Marketing at Treadstone Funding, joins Dishin' Dirt to discuss his challenge of having 60 lunches in 60 days with people who could be influential in his career. The results were amazing. Matt has since written a book about about real actionable items for real estate agents. You are guaranteed to walk away with real marketing actions this week.
About Matt: Matt Muscat is passionate about great marketing, great people, great food, and great world travel adventures! While earning his bachelors and masters degrees from Michigan State University he studied the digital side of marketing and has a deep passion for making the complex simple in the world of marketing. As the Marketing Director at Treadstone Funding, one of the nation's top boutique mortgage lenders, Matt has had the opportunity to meet professionals in all aspects of residential real estate. He has been able to collaborate on the best methods and practices with some of the top lenders and top real estate professionals in the country and create fantastic ways to leverage specific techniques to increase results for real estate professionals. As the Founder/Owner of Maltese Marketing, a boutique digital marketing firm headquartered in Grand Rapids, Matt and his team have served clients in 38 states and 4 countries to help them advance their digital marketing to create tangible results. Matt finds great enjoyment out of being a professor of digital marketing at a local university and is often available (especially if the location is warm) to speak to groups of all sizes.
* Gary serves on the South Carolina Real Estate Commission as a Commissioner. The opinions expressed herein are his opinions and are not necessarily the opinions of the SC Real Estate Commission. This podcast is not to be considered legal advice. Please consult an attorney in your area.