Archive for June, 2010

I’m loving Virtual Agent and looking forward to beating out my competition again!

Robin Kaplan, Coldwell Banker, California:

Good Morning John,

I wanted to thank you for introducing our office to a fabulous new marketing product that has already generated business for me.

Virtual Agent was able to convert a seller who was going to list with my competition the day it was presented at our office meeting. Right after our meeting I sent an email to this client asking them to test drive the product using the virtual agents demo site. They were so impressed with this unique marketing tool, they immediately called me to let me know they were listing with me right away.

These sellers could see that this marketing tool provided excellent quality photos instantly to their cell phone and allowed me to capture the buyers contact info unlike conventional flyers on the sign.

I’m impressed with the cost of Virtual Agent vs color flyers that disappear from the sign box without the ability to stay connected to the buyers who take them.

I’m loving Virtual Agent and looking forward to beating out my competition again!

PS…This listing went pending in 7 days!!!

Thanks Again,

Robin Kaplan
Coldwell Banker

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[Virtual Agent] is a product that agents should utilize to maximize their marketing potential now and in years to come.

Laura Lanke, Coldwell Banker, Wisconsin:

On May 27th, 2010 Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage – Wisconsin Region held its annual Marketing and Training Expo. The expo was attended by approximately 120 agents and Managers, featured a number of topics and break-out sessions one of which was conducted by Scott Tanner – CB Mobile Connect. Scott’s session was one of the agent favorites as it brought a new facet of marketing that was embraced with great enthusiasm. Scott’s presentation was very professional and informative; a welcome addition to the day’s events. CB Mobile Connect is a product that agents should utilize to maximize their marketing potential now and in years to come.

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