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How to Get MORE Deals Successfully Via SMS Marketing! [Video]

How to Get MORE Deals Successfully Via SMS Marketing!

SMS marketing is a great way to get seller leads but it’s not always the best way to get the deal in the bag. SMS conversations are more challenging and sensitive than phone and in-person conversations and if you don’t do them the right way, you might just lose a great deal!

Watch this video to learn what most people are missing in SMS conversations with their leads, what you should be doing, and how you can make sure you get more deals successfully through your SMS marketing!

Key Talking Points of the Episode

[00:00] Introduction
[00:51] What is the common problem with SMS marketing?
[02:01] Opening the conversation
[02:50] What makes texting the lowest form of communication?
[04:50] How can you communicate effectively through SMS?
[06:12] Why do you need to take communication slowly?
[08:16] How can you get more deals through SMS marketing?
[09:00] What is a better way to respond to sellers?
[10:30] Should you be making offers via SMS?
[11:01] How do you transition to a phone conversation?
[12:03] What are the 4 qualifying questions to ask on the phone call?
[13:06] How can a change in perspective help you get more deals?

Quotables

“Usually when people say this, it more often than not is a problem in their SMS conversations. It’s a problem in what’s going on in their SMS conversations and that’s usually what we need to dive into.”

“You’re gonna reach out to them, asking if they’re interested in selling their property and they’re gonna say how much are you gonna give me, what’s the price, how much are you willing to pay, make me an offer – they’re gonna respond to you something along those lines.”

“If you’re having a phone conversation, you can pick up on tonality, you’re fluid, and the other person at the other end of the line doesn’t have a chance to just not respond. They could just hang up but more often than not, they’re not just gonna hang up on you.”

“In text conversations, we have to be way more calculated with the messages we are sending because there are a lot of disadvantages in SMS conversations.”

“Text is the lowest form of communication.”

“When you’re communicating through text, there has to be a lot of intention in what you’re putting into the text messages, given that it is such a low form of communication.”

“Here’s where a lot of wholesalers go wrong – they arent actually putting themselves in the sellers’ shoes and thinking from that lens.”

“If you put yourself in the seller’s shoes and you were communicating with yourself the way you communicated with the sellers, how would you respond in these situations?”

“Now, because we have just opened this communication line with the seller, we have to take small steps whenever we communicate.”

“I don’t wanna ask for photos of the house until well down the road in my communication line.”

“The problem was he didn’t go straight for the kill, but he went straight for a big ask too early.”

“There’s no wonder they’re not getting deals because they’re just going in and texting a random person, not building rapport, and then making an offer right off the bat. You’re not gonna get deals this way.”

“If we can put ourselves in their shoes, treat the person like a human being and actually think through logically how this conversation should go, we’d probably get more deals.”

“We could alternatively say, “Great question! It would help to know a little more about the property before I make an offer, could you tell me a little bit more about the condition of the condo?”.”

“This is a small ask. I’m just continuing the natural conversation flow, asking a little bit more about the condition of the condo.”

“We’re not gonna go for the kill on the text conversation. I don’t ever want to make offers via text.”

“You have way higher chances of actually getting a deal if you can get on the phone with people, so my goal in text conversations is to move them from a text to a phone call.”

“Once we’re on the phone, we can build rapport a little bit better, we can dive into the condition of the property and the 4 qualifying questions which are timeline, condition of the property, motivation, and asking price.”

“We can’t ask for big asks right off the bat, we can’t go for the kill right off the bat, walk down the road a little with them before you go for the big ask and the big kill. You gotta have the rapport and the information.”

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