If you’re tired of duking it out with competitors in a seemingly endless battle, it’s time to adopt a business and marketing plan that’s less focused on them and more focused on your students.
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If you’re like most real estate brokerages, a small percentage of your agents are responsible for the largest percentage of your revenue. Wouldn’t it be great if you could turn more of your agents into top performers? It will require some work, but it can be done.
Learn how to leverage your expertise as a real estate instructor into a new role, coaching your former prelicensing students to be more successful in their real estate careers.
Today, more than ever, instructors need to ensure they are tailoring their instruction to the changing needs of their students. Learn what today’s most compelling and effective real estate instructors have in common.
Are you finding it increasingly difficult to recruit the students you need to fill your classroom? This article discusses a strategy for refocusing your marketing efforts in a way that will make you stand out in the marketplace and drive new students to your school.
Dearborn’s Toby Schifsky details the importance of having and leveraging a competitive advantage in today’s real estate education marketplace.
Marketing your real estate school has become more challenging in a crowded, noisy marketplace. If you’re searching for a way to cut through the clutter, content marketing could be your answer.
With the adoption of new technology and the age of real estate students skewing younger, some of the most time-honored instruction strategies aren’t as effective as they used to be. But are the attention spans of real estate students actually shrinking?
It’s not enough to just post to your Facebook page anymore. Learn how to get more out of your social media strategy at a minimal investment.
We received feedback from over 300 real estate educators on the challenges they anticipate will be of the greatest concern going forward. We’ve detailed their responses in this article.