17 Oct 2019
Win More Deals with Video Emails
With the beauty of the internet now, we can run our investing out of state – literally anywhere. Whether you are investing from within the next state over, or on the other side of the planet in Thailand, genuine connection through communication can be tough especially when it’s done through words typed up in an email.
But having the opportunity to build trust and connect with your leads with dynamic video is so much more impactful than characters that make up words on a screen. From your tone to your facial expression, communicating through video can be so much more effective and faster saving you time.
Have a listen to this episode of the REI Conversion Podcast, as I share with you the most common and effective scenarios for using recorded videos to save time and win more deals and the exact tools (free) to use.
Time-Stamped Show Notes
[00:00:10] Topic Introduction: Sending Videos Through Emails
[00:00:41] Please help share REI Conversion Podcast in Facebook Groups to help us grow!
[00:01:08] Why use video (screen capture or talking head)?
[00:01:40] Sometimes, it’s more than just the data to convince your lead to take action
[00:01:59] Three most common scenarios for video emails
[00:02:09] Scenario 1: Explaining about the property
[00:03:16] Scenario 2: Explaining the sales process
[00:04:18] Scenario 3: Making offers or negotiations
[00:05:45] What recording tools do we use? (Dubb and Useloom)
[00:06:05] Benefits of these tools and what they have in common
[00:06:55] How these tools save more time
[00:07:11] Useloom.com is completely free
[00:07:52] Why I use Dubb
[00:09:20] Wrap up and thank you
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