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Episode #9

August 30, 2019

Why are you NOT watermarking your property photos?!

Host of
REI Conversion Podcast

Jessey

Hey, how’s it going? This is Jessey Kwong. I’m the founder and podcast host at REI Conversion, with a back ground stemming from design, digital marketing, and Real Estate Investing.

My goals here at REI Conversion is to empower other real estate investors, like yourself, with the digital tools and strategies to help you get started and scale your investing business.

Not only do I work closely with our small team and the services at REI Conversion, but I love building conversations and relationships with all of our investors, listening to the needs to help investors to grow.

In episode #9, we discuss about the top 5 reasons of why property investors should be watermarking their photos and how it will drive more buyer leads.

Over 90% of the properties we’ve seen for sale, do not have watermarks and it’s so easy to do.

Don’t get it mistaken though, it’s not placing your logo, rather, watermarking with your key call to action.

Typically this isn’t done, but should be incorporated into your tasks of preparing photos and we discuss the easy and simple tool that will only take a few seconds to watermark all your photos.

Time-Stamped Show Notes

[00:00:11] Today’s Topic: Watermarking Photos for Buyer Leads
[00:00:37] Watermarking with logo is not the topic
[00:00:49] 5 Reasons of why you should be watermarking your photos
[00:01:03] Reason 1: Brand presence means trust
[00:02:10] Reason 2: Protection from Human Errors
[00:02:47] Reason 3: Having a Call to Action Leading Buyer to Purchase
[00:03:49] Reason 4: Building Your Buyers’ Email List
[00:04:55] Reason 5: Facebook Retargeting Ads
[00:05:48] Bonus Reason: Protection from over linking from Facebook Marketplace
[00:07:01] Biggest challenge to watermarking: Time
[00:07:05] Solution 1: Watermarking Web App called Watermark.ws
[00:07:44] Solution 2: VA’s task to watermark, NOT YOURS.
[00:08:55] All these strategies to capture buyer leads through your website

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