ReferralExchange was featured in RISMedia. “Referrals are the undisputed lifeblood of an agent’s business, but managing inbound online referrals can sometimes be challenging. Plus, most agents admit that they don’t send as many outbound referrals as they could be doing. Here, we highlight some tips and tools from agents who use ReferralExchange, a nationwide referral and lead management service, to help you convert and close the online referrals you receive, as well as how to find ways to send out more referral business.”
ReferralExchange was featured in Inman News. “For the past six years, my March has been filled with sparkles, sequins and smiles. Every spring, teens from all over the Bay Area come to the San Francisco Princess Project to get a free prom dress and accessory. My experience — as a volunteer and co-president — has helped me become a better leader, mentor and person. Below are some of the lessons I’ve learned that apply to the real estate industry.”
ReferralExchange was featured in RISMedia. “Whether greeting guests at a chamber function or a family gathering, or even connecting with a far-flung lead that’s eager to find a home in Illinois, Coldwell Banker The Real Estate Group’s (No. 19 in closed transactions in RISMedia’s 2018 Power Broker Report) Vickie McClusky knows how to make an impression. One of the biggest lessons McClusky learned when she first joined the industry over a decade ago was to use her people skills and leave the time-consuming chores of lead qualification and outbound referral management to ReferralExchange.”
ReferralExchange was featured in Medium.“Vizion Interactive’s marketing team asked what top execs looked for in a marketing partner, how often they outsource marketing, and what type of reporting they look for the most. Lisa Fettner, vice president of marketing at Referral Exchange: “I’m looking for a mindset that fits with how we treat our clients and audience. I love partners who can actually ‘do’ the work vs. simply providing recommendations and expecting me to organize and execute everything.”
We’re looking forward to NARAnnual in Boston this week! Stop by our booth (#1363) Friday through Monday in the expo hall to say hello, pick up some swag and learn more about ReferralExchange. Don’t miss live demos of our new REX LIVE product as well as interviews with industry leaders throughout the weekend at our booth. We hope to see you there!
We’re looking forward to the California Realtor Expo in Long Beach this week! Stop by our booth (#813) Tuesday through Thursday to say hello, pick up some swag and learn more about ReferralExchange. Don’t miss our VP of Marketing Lisa Fettner’s REal Talk: How Giving Away 8,000 Prom Dresses Applies to Real Estate at 10:45 AM on Wednesday (Room 102ABC). We hope to see you there!
We’re looking forward to the NAGLREP conference in Palm Springs this week! Stop by our booth (#9) Tuesday through Thursday to say hello, pick up some swag and learn more about ReferralExchange. We hope to see you there!
ReferralExchange was featured in Giveback Homes. “ReferralExchange, the leader in real estate referrals in the United States, will be donating funds to build a new roof for a family in need in Puerto Rico. After Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico in 2017, thousands of families have been living with temporary tarp roofs as permanent housing. Supplies are limited on the island and qualified labor is a challenge to find, forcing families to make it work with what they have on the island.”
ReferralExchange was featured on the Real Estate is Your Business Podcast. “Lisa Fettner, VP of Marketing for ReferralExchange (real estate agents can submit and receive clients from across the US), joins Thomas Kutzman in the MouthMedia Network studios powered by Sennheiser. Presented by Prevu.”
ReferralExchange was featured in Inc. Magazine. “Inc. magazine today revealed that ReferralExchange is No. 3,398 on its 37th annual Inc. 5000, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment—its independent small businesses. Many well-known companies gained their first national exposure as honorees on the Inc. 5000.”