We Are All on The Same Team

Marketing, sales, and online sales are all on the same team. We need to put that into practice, especially when it’s easy to slip into a scarcity mindset. Recently I heard two different stories that inspired this blog post. One was of someone at leadership level disparaging OSCs and what they do…because numbers are down.…

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OSCs Are Driven When You Give Them the Right Car

An OSC is going to be just as driven as a sales agent to create sales for the company as long as you give them the right vehicle to do so. That vehicle means having the right: Company Support Pay Structure Tools Training Company Support – The gas that fuels the car Energy is everything.…

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Guest Post: Customer Experience in the Fast Lane: A Key to Closing Home Sales

Guest Post by Greg Bray President of Blue Tangerine Founder & Home Builder Digital Marketing Podcast Founder of the Home Builder Digital Marketing Summit October 18-19, 2023 in Denver Pioneering home builders have started to embrace the reality of selling homes completely online. However, buying a home online does not mean the process will be…

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Don’t Say I Don’t Know: An OSC’s Guide to Building Trust – Scenario Three

The past couple of posts have explored how to build trust and not use the words, “I don’t know.” It’s not that we are trying to be dishonest when we don’t know the answer check out Scenario One for situations where we just may not know the information because we are new, or we haven’t…

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Don’t Say I Don’t Know: An OSC’s Guide to Building Trust – Scenario Two

In part one of Don’t Say, “I don’t know.” We attacked a scenario that’s easy to fall into if you are a brand new OSC, or even when you have been doing this for a while, but there may be things you just don’t know. Saying “I don’t know,” is the quickest way to kill…

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Don’t Say I Don’t Know: An OSC’s Guide to Building Trust – Scenario One

As I got going writing this up, I realized it was waaaaayyyyy too long for a single blog post. So here’s part one of three! As an online sales counselor, whether you are new, or you’ve been doing this a while there are questions you simply can’t answer. Either because you don’t know the answer,…

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Guest Post: Not So Random Advice From, Kimberly Mackey, A Top Trainer in the Building Industry

Guest Post by Kimberly Mackey Founder of New Homes Solutions Consulting Co-Host of Sales & Marketing Power Hour National Trainer & Speaker Recently Kimberly Mackey, co-host of the Sales & Marketing Power Hour & National Speaker, posted a thread on her Facebook group asking for “Random Advice” No specific topic, just good advice. To start…

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Understanding Emotions… Not Playing on Emotions

It’s often said the buying a home is an emotional purchase. While of course budget, location, and timeline for needing or wanting to move is important, there is a deeper psychology that comes into play when purchasing a home. At its core, owning a home begins with the foundational levels of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.…

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Guest Post: Code Cracking – Unlocking the Power of Analytics in Interactive Floor Plans

Guest Post by Stuart Platt Managing Partner Outhouse, LLC You implemented Interactive Floor Plans (IFPs) on your website months, if not years ago. Maybe you have seen a report that your IFPs are experiencing a lot of visits which is fantastic; but what else can you find out? You ask yourself, what other information can…

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Why Do You Need Executive Coaching with an Online Sales Program?

Whether you are setting up a new online sales program, or working on auditing, improving, or revamping an old OSC program, whoever is going to lead the OSC program or team, needs to be on the same page and understand how to communicate goals to the entire company. I’ve said it before, training an OSC…

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