What Would You Do With An Unlimited Marketing Budget? [12 Days of RE Marketing – Day 11]
Are you using your marketing budget efficiently? Blogging, video marketing, Facebook ad...these are just a few places we'd put our dollars
It’s the Christmas season, so let’s indulge ourselves a little.
Have you ever found yourself daydreaming about what you’d do with an unlimited budget?
And no, this isn’t the same as having an unlimited amount of $$$.
This fantasy assumes you’re still working to become a top real estate expert, but that you can put as many marketing dollars as you want towards your efforts.
Over the summer, we wrote a post all about this dream scenario.
And our audience loved it.
So today we’re going to relive that dream and figure out the most effective ways to maximize your marketing budget in the real world.
Let’s do it!
Six months ago, here’s how we answered this question:
Take a second to write down your own answers before reading on.
We still definitely agree with these top three actions for a few reasons.
Your blog content will live forever, so producing consistent, highly valuable blog content is going to get you found on Google.
You can then, with the help of a videographer, make a video based on your blogs and publish it on Youtube, Facebook and share it on your blog.
And having a social media assistant or strategist to share your content would be a great investment.
We’ve come up with a few more ways we’d allot an unlimited marketing budget.
Let’s see if any of these new ideas match the ones you came up with!
With an unlimited budget, you can hire someone to do this.
Or you can just task the top players on sites like Fiverr.
You could also use powerpoint.
eBooks will never go out of style.
And they can retain value as long as you update them as needed.
Now is actually the perfect time to make one for 2017.
Remember that social media assistant you’re hiring with all of your money?
Make sure they know their way around Facebook Ads.
Or, just show them this post.
Put your new eBook behind a Squeeze page or landing page and then make an ad to promote it to your Facebook audience.
After that, set up even more landing pages to get leads from Facebook.
Once you know who you’re targeting you’ll have an even easier time creating content that people actually care about.
That does it for today!
Thanks for joining us for this series.
Our final holiday blog goes up tomorrow and will be all about branding!
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