Essential Marketing Videos for Real Estate

20233035_1259952067464596_1346277392457719514_oIf you follow my blogging you know I am a believer in the power of video. It’s one of the most powerful tools available for marketing a business today. Take a look at Youtube for example. YouTube is the world’s second largest search engine and third most visited site after Google and Facebook. I would say that never before has it been this easy for a business to create and distribute their own content. Not only that it can happen almost instantly. For example Live Streaming is quickly becoming one of the biggest things in marketing.

Oc course there is much more to it than just switching on the camera and pressing go live. You need to understand your audience or customer base and create good content that is timely and relevant to them. You also need a great product but lets leave that for another conversation.

For now we will also assume you have established an Instagram account and have a good following. You also have a solid Facebook page and have a connected and engaged community. Or at least a good start. If you are generating good content these will grow and evolve with you. Your rock solid social media strategy may also include a blog with interesting content and perhaps a twitter account with a good following. These all will work together to build a community around your product. In this case you are the product. A solid real estate team that can get the job done.  Now lets talk about those video again. You know the videos for your real estate business, the 15 Essential Marketing Videos for Real Estate.

while doing some research I ran across this blog on these essential marketing videos and I would say it pretty much is spot on. Here is the high level list. I’ll let you click through and see the specifics on each point. My opinion is that we could tweak on these and change some of the specifics but its pretty close.

  1. Interview Videos
  2. Informational Videos
  3. Local Business Review Videos
  4. Live Stream
  5. Listing Videos 
  6. Agent\Office Promo Videos
  7. “About Me”/Agent Profile Videos
  8. Neighborhood Videos
  9. Community Events Videos
  10. Testimonial Videos
  11. “How-to” Videos
  12. Housing Market Updates Videos
  13. Humorous Videos
  14. Instagram & Snapchat Videos
  15. Year-in-Review Videos

Here is a sample of one of the type of listing videos we do. This video was produced for Rain City NW & Keller Williams. 

 

Here is the artacle that inspired this blog piece. 15 Essential Marketing Videos Every Real Estate Agent Should Create

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10 Best-Kept Secrets for Selling Your Home – Via HGTV

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Over the past few months I have enjoyed learning about the real estate business as I have worked with my client Rain City NW creating video content to help market his business and sell homes for his customers. One thing that stands out is the amount of work that goes into listing and selling a home. I did not realize how much goes into this process. There is a lot that goes on behind the scenes and it’s clearly a team effort. There are so many little details that need to be taken care of in order for the home to sell in a timely manner and for it to go for the price it deserves. You want to put your best foot forward so to speak.

I remember when I was young and my parents where selling their home the amount of extra effort my parents seemed to put into an open house. Specifically I remember my day putting on a DVD in the family room called Over Washington. He turned the sound all the way down but he was just looking for the visuals of the beauty of our area. We lived just south of Seattle at the time. The DVD was an amazingly done documentary of the scenery of Washington State. The cinematography was beautiful. I also remember that he would either have mom bake bread of cookies just before the open house. I remember the feeling it gave you as you walked into the house and interest the TV room.

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Small details but it seemed to make a big difference when it came to how it made you feel in the house. Just this year when filming a video for Rain City NW I discovered they would bake cookies for the event. Sure they could have just swung by the store and grabbed some cookies but you would miss out on that home baked smell.

As in most things we do its the little things that make the big deference in the end. Sweat the small stuff. Go the extra mile.

The difference between try and triumph is a little umph”. ~Author Unknown

Here is the article that inspired this post. 10 Best-Kept Secrets for Selling Your Home

 

 

Hats off to this series of blog posts by Intrepid Learning.

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Series: Declaration of Modern Learner Rights blog posts VIA – Intrepid Learning

I just ran across this great series of blog entries from my friends at Intrepid Learning by Sam Herring on LinkedIn. Besides being a local company here in Seattle I’ve always respected the great work they do. I was first introduced to their work while I was at T-Mobile. I also respect their accessibility locally and involvement in ATD. Sam Herring who is CEO at Intrepid served on the ATD board of directors for 4 years and made big contributions to the learning community. Here is an interview I did with Sam for the ATD Puget Sound 2012 Workplace Learning Conference.

 

There are some really great blog articles in this series. I recommend you check them out and sign up to follow their blog. Don’t forget to download the cool infographic from the blog article I ♥ infographics . Enjoy!

https://www.intrepidlearning.com/blog/series-declaration-modern-learner-rights-blog-posts

~mojo

 

Mojotillett – Introducing the History of Me!

Here is a little interactive resume I put together to give people an idea of my background and the type of services I offer.  It’s a short little e-learning style presentation with narration that I did here in my studio. This particular interactive piece was done in captivate. I hope you find it valuable or at least fun. Just click on the picture below to check it out.  Enjoy!

History_of_me Because this is a Captivate course that has been exported as HTML 5 there may be some browser incompatibility.  I also created a version where I removed the buttons and exported the course as an MP4.  This is really a great way to create movies without having a video production skill-set.  I uploaded the video to YouTube and then included the embedded version below.