Great question. I've received some business as a result of my time here. I try to give fresh answers, not repeats of what everyone else has already said. I try to answer questions that are within my capacity. I'm no expert on TX, NY or FL, but if its something that doesn't take a resident expert I try to answer if no one else has.
Spam and blatant self promotion are frowned upon, read over the community guidelines. Take some time, read some questions and answers and contribute regularly. Over time you'll build a presence and the local buyers & sellers who use Trulia will find you.
The most important thing is to get back to your lead ASAP! Call, text, email and start over.
Alex Khalilifard | Realtor - General Contractor
BRE License #: 01937591
Listing and Selling Agent
Trulia has been great so far. The key is to have a strong profile and always follow up on your leads quickly, via telephone, text, and email. Keep active in the blogs, advice, and Q&A's You never know when your going to get a solid lead, it can happen in week 1, or the last month of your commitment!
Good luck and good selling!
Getting internet leads is like being on floor time 24/7. There's no structure to it and the buyers WILL call at the most inopportune times. So you have to BELIEVE that you're on floor time at all times so that you can respond properly. This is a LOT more difficult than it seems. Having a second person to tag team with is critical or your going to hate doing it. When you hate doing it then you WON'T do it and so buying the zip codes is a waste of time.
From there, like I said, you need a tool like Follow Up Boss to keep you in touch consistently.
Best of luck!
The Adams Team at
Rothwell Gornt Companies
MA Broker at Sankey Real Estate