Copy That: Creating Emails That Tell Your Story & Drive Prospect Action
Webinar Wednesday - Multifamily Insiders
Email isn't sexy, but it's one of the few items in our leasing toolbox that has remained consistent over the years. And, when managed creatively and effectively, it can exponentially drive more appointments and close more leases at an incredibly low marketing cost. But given the average renter receives 121 emails every day, how can you stand out in their inbox and in the marketplace? By challenging the status quo.
Instead of using the same copy+paste template that's been circulating for years, we'll review the approach today's most effective salespeople use to write compelling copy (bonus: it's not time consuming, either). Learn (and see!) the hacks that will turn ghostings into showings. We'll cover greetings, closings and details that will help you actually earn a prospect conversation. Watch as we markup standard multifamily email copy examples, turning them into more substantial messaging that sparks curiosity - and a response.
When you do something a little different, you can dramatically change the outcome - for the better!
- Make Your Emails More Valuable
Learn about 3 "value adds" you can add to your email messages to make them more valuable to your prospect (and more likely to be opened and read!)
- Discover What NOT To Say
Discover the one thing you should never say in an email (to keep from getting ghosted)
- Words and Phrases To Immediately Incorporate
Return to your leasing office with a list of words and phrases to start immediately incorporating into your leasing email communications, plus a list of questions to ask at the close of every email
- Strengthen Your Subject Lines
Identify clever subject lines, "words that sell", calls to action (that get prospects taking action) and phrases to incorporate into your messages for maximum impact
- Add Your Own Personality
How to add your own personality to every email you send and stop using self-sabotaging phrases
BONUS: All attendees will receive a one-page "anatomy of an email" guide to keep on their desks for easy reference