Photos with your testimonials

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Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker

I was observing recently the difference in the look of agents who have photos with their referrals. Many of us list the quotes from our happy clients such as....."Wow, Al did a great job on finding us a home! (Gotta have lots of exclamation points) and we got a great deal and were in the home by Christmas!"

Sometimes salespeople will have the quote and a photo of the person (s) who said such nice things. I think it is better with a photo because it adds credibility to the quote as well as gives some visual relief from a page of text.

The problem is finding the appropriate time to snap a photo of your clients, and also explaining why. Sometimes, I will get a photo of the family in front of the new house, maybe when we are doing the inspection, or another convenient time.

If you have any thoughts, please share them. Thanks!

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Rebecca Levinson, Real Estate Marketing and Online Advertising Consultant
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Maybe you can also allow your clients to post their own photos if you have an intranet for your clients.  Photo sharing is big- chances are someone they know has a digital camera.

You could also take a picture of your clients at their new house and provide a digital announcement of their home purchase to their friends and family.  Then you could use that same picture with a testimonial.  

I have also seen handwritten testimonials that were scanned into the computer and posted to an agent's website.  I like those, it provides a very genuine quality.

 

 

Nov 05, 2007 04:04 PM #1
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Lanette Branch
RE/MAX Components - Fallston, MD
Bel Air, MD REALTOR

I try to get photos during the home inspection.  We're usually there for an hour or two anyway so it's a great time to multi-task.

You can also use the photos you take of the house to put on the cover of (and/or inside) your homeowners book you give at settlement.

Nov 05, 2007 04:08 PM #2
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Rebecca Savitski
NC List for Less Realty Incorporated - Raleigh, NC
NC Real Estate Listings
I recently saw someone take pictures of clients outside of their new homes and then use that photo along with the testimonial. It does not get much better than that.
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