Holiday Marketing Strategies—Make Them Feel Like They're Winning!

In today’s episode of The Art of Passive Income—Round Table edition, Mark is joined by:

  • Tate Litchfield
  • Erik Peterson

TODAY’S TOPICS

  • Deed of Trust—What is a deed of trust and when do we use it? We also go over why we use land contracts instead. But what happens when the buyer on terms needs the deed to make improvements? Erik shares his protocol with us.
  • Marketing—Black Friday and Cyber Monday strategies. The guys share their strategies and how they fared after the two biggest shopping days of the year.

Should your Holiday marketing stop there?

Land sales don’t slow during the holidays. You can create the demand… take advantage of Black Friday and Cyber Monday promos. Keep making it irresistible for them, because we are busy throughout December. -Mark

Plus, we touch upon the BUYERS LIST and if you’re sending too much, or not enough. How do you know when you have found that sweet spot right in the middle? 

And finally, we go over all the cool features of GeekPay!

TIP OF THE WEEK

Mark: Check out MonkeyLearn.com to turn emails, tweets, surveys, or any text into actionable data. You can automate business workflows and save hours of manual data processing. It integrates with Zapier and it’s got an API as well.

Tate: Check out this website called BeFunky.com. It’s a free photo editing service.Through the edited pictures from this website, I was able to sell the properties that had not been sold for a very long time.

Erik: Check out CapForge for bookkeeping services. Cap Forge does it all for you and it’s priced pretty reasonably.

Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?

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