Tell me about your area, about Maine, your home town and surroundings.
Then something along the lines of "You can not tell from a photo what the local community area is all about, really like." The Maine real estate buyer before he or she locks on to the local GPS coordinates to know how far from there to here in Maine is, says hold your houses. I mean horses.
The tourist information brochures on the rotating rack, slanted shelves only have so much four color and white space filled with hitting the highlights.
Bring the other end of the signal up to speed quickly. And it all takes time to scan, skim, collect which the Maine real estate buyer is a little short on.
So the quickest way to plug in and charge up the Maine real estate buyer asking the "tell me about your state" question is providing a few lines over the phone of information.
But if the outside Maine real estate buyers has local community videos to watch, listen to, they "home school" from their end, on their time.
As the schedule they lead frees up some time here and there. Bits and pieces is all they have so Johnny on the spot has to happen. Not now, right now.
That is why the local Maine community video channel is so so critical to tell me about your local area.
Does the heavy lifting. With out you the real estate professional having to hover or micro manage.
Video to use, link, embed in your local Maine blog posts.
There are far too many video channels set up back in 2007 and that have been ghost towns, not revisited and become the neglected child marketing arm of the family of media streams.
A couple videos, a few subscribers but like a grocery without any goods. An empty refrigerator. No reason to return because the video channel owner has never been back either. Once and done does not work in life, lawn mowing, in real estate marketing.
Setting up the real estate video channel does not just suddenly make the phone ring louder, stronger.
Or the email server to glow red hot with incoming electron inquiries to flood your inbox through the day.
Not going to make the office door swinging hinges to squeal "oil can oil can" from the stampede of real estate customer visits.
Video for real estate, the platform needs attention like any relationship.
Fresh content, to be weeded, fed, watered and exercised. Or unmet needs, unhappy happens. The FAQ/FYI on the most asked topics, issues the buyers and seller want are popular. Will get from you or some other little red hen in your market place that rolls up his sleeves. Gets to work rolling out the "dough", making the "bread". If you have a real estate video channel, revisit it and show it the love it deserves and gives back so generously, powerfully.