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Introduction: It’s Not Your Market, It’s your Marketing
If you’re not selling enough, you need to look in the mirror and figure out what you are doing wrong. It’s not the market; it’s your marketing. Don’t ever look at economy and think it affects you. Your sales are completely about your state of mind.Read More
In the spirit of my previous post I want to offer you five more tips to help boost your project marketing and make excellent condo project sales. These are excerpts from my ebook It's Not The Market, It's Your Marketing which you can buy on Amazon.ca. The topics are scattered and if you are left with questions, it can only be because I am condensing whole chapters and case studies into small numbers of words. Be sure to get the whole story from the ebook once you understand how valuable this information is to you.
The five sales and marketing ideas I am about to share with you are short summaries of larger stories. I know what it's like to be busy in the condo project sales and marketing business, so if making it brief is how I can get the message across then I have no problem with that. These ideas come from a wide variety of topics, but they are all related because they are all so necessary for being successful. After that, I will show you where to read coverage of these points in greater detail.
I run my company N5R on the following motto: It's Not The Market, It's Your Marketing. It is a personal belief of mine, and time and time again different situations have proven it to be true. Granted that some jobs are always more challenging than others, one should not be quick to give up on a market where people are still buying condos, real estate or whatever you are selling. Today I want to share with you one extreme example that I will never forget, an experience which only served to reinforce my convictions. I worked on condo project sales in Jacksonville, Florida, right when the market was crashing in the US. I only did it as a favour to a friend who is a very successful developer in Toronto, who needed to sell as fast as he could and get out.