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 Three Examples of Effective Real Estate Ads
Real estate ads can help you get more traffic to the website. Mobile ads are more visual than traditional billboard ads, which can be very visible to passersby. However, they offer the advantage of being mobile and exposing your ad for a wider audience. You want your real estate ads redirecting viewers to your application or mobile site. These are three examples for effective ads. To make them more effective, you should also include a call to action in your real estate ad.

HomeSpotter Boost

If you want to run your real estate ads in a more effective way, try boosting your listings with Boost by HomeSpotter. This program automatically creates web ads that are relevant to your area using data feeds. HomeSpotter is a powerful digital advertising platform that's specifically designed for real estate professionals. It has an intuitive user interface and makes it easy to launch and create campaigns in minutes.

HomeSpotter's Boost helps you create brand landing pages and provides suggestions for optimal targeting. The platform automatically generates ads for each stage in the listing lifecycle, so you can target the right people at exactly the right time. It also generates leads for a targeted audience. And it automatically pulls data from the MLS to build the ads and provide you with branded landing pages. The software can also help you monitor the performance of your advertising campaigns and make them as relevant and accurate as possible.

Coldwell Banker’s Dream campaign

Coldwell Banker has launched a new ad campaign to help homeowners realize their dream of homebuying, as property prices continue to rise. The campaign features beautiful visuals mixed with a story and ends with a promotional section about the company's site. The campaign's positive vibes will encourage people to search real estate. The company's success is easy to see, with property values rising.

A recent survey by Coldwell Banker revealed that nearly half of all Americans are unsure of the value of their home. This number jumps to 52% for Gen Z and Millennial homeowners. Coldwell Banker created CB Estimate(sm) an online tool that provides sellers with a home value estimate. Coldwell Banker agents can use the tool in conjunction with the tool.

Keller Williams Realty's Dream campaign

Keller Williams Realty’s Dream campaign is a unique program that shares 50 percent of top agents' monthly profits. Keller Williams' profit sharing program rewards those agents who work hard to make a profit. An agent who sells four homes per month can expect a monthly profit share of $4,000, for example. Keller Williams rewards agents, but also rewards those who invest in their future.

Keller Williams associates take a break from their daily business duties every year and don red KW clothing to visit communities using a three-pronged approach. As part of the campaign, associates participate in RED Day, a philanthropic initiative that began in May 2009 in honor of Keller Williams founder Mo Anderson. It has gained momentum and demonstrates the company’s commitment to philanthropy. The campaign will start on May 13th. It will be streamed live.

Ebby Halliday's holiday advertisement

Candace Carlisle's article about Ebby Halliday, "The Woman Who (Still?) Sells Dallas" is the headline. Halliday, who is now 96, was an influential figure in the advertising world for over a half century. Halliday was a wittily and compassionate person who helped people achieve their goals. It would seem that Halliday was a true American hero.

In 1975, Ebby Halliday was invited to the White House and named one of Realtor Magazine's 25 most influential people in the industry. She was a savvy businesswoman, with a mission of giving back to the community and inspiring people. Ebby Halliday’s holiday ad is a reminder of the positive impact she had on the local community. Her legacy lives on in Ebby Halliday Companies which is Berkshire Hathaway's real estate conglomerate.

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John Scott