Posted by: realestatewebtrainer | March 7, 2011

Caution – Pain ahead: Internet Marketing Scams, Pitfalls, and Gotchas

Caution – Pain ahead:
Internet Marketing Scams, Pitfalls, and Gotchas – what Agents should be mindful of!

A 3-Unit CE Credit Training March 15th – Trainer Key Yessaad, SEO Expert

Caution - Pain ahead: Internet Marketing Scams, Pitfalls, and Gotchas – what Agents should be mindful of!We live in an age of hyper-selling and the wonders of the Internet bring scammers and so-called “Internet Marketers” to sell sham leads, fake websites, and worst phony SEO Strategies – They promise you the moon, you pay them, and then they run… You are left with nothing to show expect empty pockets… How can you tell what is a legit vendor versus a bogus one? What questions should you ask? What should you be looking for as the savvy and maligned Salespeople target you?

Do you know that the largest group of professionals who fall for Internet Scams are Real Estate Agents? This 3-hour training has been designed by Key Yessaad, a Real Estate Internet Strategist, and is being offered by Williamson County Association of REALTORS®. (PDF Link)

Location: WILLIAMSON COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® – Map it
Contact your Board for Details (615) 771-6845

Date: Tuesday, March 15th, 2011 – 9am – 12pm

Cost: 3 hours TREC credit ~ $40 members / $50 non-members

click here to login and register

Syllabus:

The three hour seminar titled “Real Estate Internet Marketing Scams, Pitfalls, and Gotchas” is designed to inform agents of the various ways some internet marketers, unscrupulous vendors, and just plain scammers are taking advantage of real estate professionals. These vendors use the lack of knowledge of Internet Marketing and Search Engine Optimization to promise Leads, Websites, and Methods and deliver very little of re-hashed information useless fear information.

Many Real Estate Professionals are quite anxious at the process of internet solutions, the tools of Marketing Online, and how to use them to communicate with their clients; many of these scammers understand that and offer pseudo products that sound good but deliver no results. (Horror Stories Abound.)

The Seminar is designed to reveal the most flagrant of these practices to arm the real estate professionals with the knowledge; then delves to the Questions they must ask before committing to any product. Many examples are used for each category.

Categories of Scams and Pitfalls covered:

1. Website Vendors pseudo-IDX Offers.

2. Lead Generations Scams.

3. Computer Hacking and Identity Theft.

4. Website Submission Scams

5. Email Marketing Scams

6. Domain Names and Sales Hooks

7. Internet Traffic Scams

8. Incompetent Web Platforms for Real Estate

9. Fake URL Scams

10. SEO Scams and Pitfalls

The Seminar last hour covers the topic of How to select legitimate vendors and what questions to ask.

Caution - Pain ahead: Internet Marketing Scams, Pitfalls, and Gotchas – what Agents should be mindful of!

Web Link: Caution – Pain ahead: Internet Marketing Scams, Pitfalls, and Gotchas – what Agents should be mindful of!
PDF Link: Real-Estate-Internet-Scams-CE-Training.pdf

Real Estate Internet Scams, Internet Marketing Pitfalls, Website Gotchas, Real Estate Internet Marketing, Real Estate SEO, Real Estate Websites

Key Yessaad - Real Estate Web Trainer and Internet StrategistKey YessaadReal Estate Trainings and Internet Strategies.
My drive is to illuminate, empower, then turn over the process to my participants through Plans of Action that produce Results – Internet Marketing, when successful, transcends Websites and goes to the core habits of all Real Estate Professionals – You can no longer afford to ignore the place SEO, Social Media, and Internet Marketing play in your Day to Day business growth. Key Yessaad and SEO Blogs at (910) 367-5391 or (910) 538-6610.

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Categories

%d bloggers like this: