Getting your marketing together can be difficult for a commercial real estate agent since you are expected to do EVERYTHING by yourself.  Here is a step-by-step marketing strategy you can implement quickly.


#1 Define Your Marketing Goals. Determine what you want to achieve with your marketing efforts. Are you looking to generate leads, target a specific market segment, or reach an income number? Setting clear goals will help you develop a focused marketing strategy.


#2 Identify Your Target Audience. Define your ideal clients based on criteria such as industry, property type, location, or specific needs. Understand their motivations, pain points, and preferences to tailor your marketing messages effectively.  Materials for investor rep will look very different than tenant rep or landlord rep, so it’s best to focus on one or create messaging for each segment.


#3 Get a Leads List. You can pull leads lists directly from LoopNet, CoStar, and Reonomy. Build an excel spreadsheet of leads, separate your leads by specialty: investor rep, landlord rep and tenant rep.


#4 Develop Your Unique Selling Proposition (USP). Determine what sets you apart from other commercial real estate agents. Identify your strengths, expertise, and value proposition that make you the go-to choice for clients. Your unique selling proposition will be the foundation of your marketing messaging.


#5 Build a Professional Website. Create a user-friendly and visually appealing website that showcases your expertise, services, and property listings. Include a clear call-to-action for visitors to contact you or subscribe to your email list. We provide eBooks branded for your company to increase leads!


#6 Content Marketing Strategy. Develop a content marketing plan that includes creating informative blog posts, articles, videos, or other relevant to your target audience. Address common pain points, provide market insights, share tips and predictions, and showcase your expertise.


#7 Social Media Presence. Establish a presence on social media platforms relevant to your target audience, such as LinkedIn, Facebook, or Twitter. Share your content, engage with your audience, and participate in industry discussions.


#8 Email Marketing Campaigns. Build an email list of prospects and clients and send regular newsletters, market updates, and property listings. Provide valuable information, freebies, and personalized content to keep your audience engaged.


#9 Networking and Partnerships. Attend industry events, join professional organizations, and actively network with other professionals in related fields. Build relationships with brokers, property managers, lenders, and investors. Seek out opportunities for referrals and collaborations.


#10 Paid Advertising. Utilize online advertising platforms, such as Google Ads, to target your audience. Create compelling ad campaigns to drive traffic to your website or property listings and generate leads.


#11 Track and Analyze Results. Monitor the performance of your marketing efforts using analytics tools. Track metrics like website traffic, email open rates, conversion rates, and lead generation. Analyze the data to identify what strategies are working and adjust as needed.


#12 Continuously Refine and Improve. Marketing is an ongoing process, so consistently review and refine your strategies based on results and feedback. Stay up to date with industry trends and adapt your marketing approach to stay ahead of the competition.


Remember, consistency, quality, and relationship-building are vital for successful marketing in commercial real estate. It may take time to see results, so be patient and persistent in your efforts.


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