02-20-2005, 10:47 AM #1
Gifts for Clients New & Old
Have custom stamps made with his/her (your Clients) new address on it. They can use this for the return address, but it will have your name and number on it. (Your Name & Number on it for reminder Only!!!)They will always know where your number is. Pencils, pads, business cards etc get lost in a drawer or get thrown away. Get them made up now and send them to all old customers.
This is guaranteed to get you business$$$ They will be continually reminded of you and your contact information will always be easily accessible!
02-20-2005, 08:10 PM #2Moderator
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This to is also a very good idea for your real estate clients. It is marketing ideas like this that will set you apart from all your competitors. You always want to use something that people will hang on to or leave an impression in their mind. Being in San Diego, I would also suggest that you get season tickets for the baseball team. Use them to promote your business and give them away to clients. I did this in Atlanta and it brought some extra business in. The business it brought in more than paid for the tickets.
02-21-2005, 07:15 PM #3
You are right...that is exactly I had in mind Real Estate Clients both old & New! It could also work for you Mortgage Guys!
In regards to the BaseBall Tickets! Last year us the Opening Season for the New Padres Ball Park (Petco Park) Downtown and I bought tickets for numerous clients and you are right they more than paid for themselves! In fact I just took a listing from one of those clients!
GREAT IDEA Wayne it Works!
02-18-2009, 01:24 PM #4Fixer Upper
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- Atlanta, Ga.
Gifts dropped shipped after closing
My friend in real estate always gives some type of gift to anyone buying a house. His favorite way is drop shipping it to their down step 2 weeks after the house closed. Amazing referrals and thank you notes are received.
How many times are we buying items in our local neighborhoods and NEVER get a card, thank you, call, etc. These companies are losing for sure.
KeithI am seeking honest feedback from real estate agents, mortgage brokers and contractors for the best types of gifts for clients > Stainless Steel Cooking
02-26-2009, 09:38 AM #5
These are great ideas.
I read about one guy, who I believe did granite work, and would send his clients a pair of movie tickets, some business cards and a hand written note a week or so after he finished his work. He said it turned them into instant sales machines for his business. Obviously movie tickets are not as cool as baseball tickets, but I think it is the same principle.
He said it made the people feel special, like they had a connection. From there on out they would tell all of their friends about him when they came over for dinners, movie, etc. just because they really liked him and wanted him to do well.
Not bad for $16.50.
03-09-2009, 07:23 AM #6
I'm always taking the customers after a succesfull deal to a local Bulgarian restaurant for my expense. This makes the clients very happy and are always referring others...
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