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How to Generate Referrals From Networking Events w/Aimee Freeman

October 3, 2018

Networking events are a great opportunity for us to learn from others and make connections, but they’re often perceived as a waste of time. How can we get the most out of a networking event without wasting our time with people who aren’t interested in what we offer? Why should we be careful with who we send referrals to? How can an introvert thrive at networking events? In this episode, Aimee Freeman talks about how she generated referrals by going to networking events.

 

Life begins at the end of your comfort zone. - Brian Curtis

 

Resources: 

- Join the Club Wealth Real Estate Agent Mastermind Facebook Group

- Get info on the Business Strategy Mastermind Conference November 12th-15th 2018 in Anaheim, CA

 

Three Things We Learned From This Episode

  1. We need to surround ourselves with people we admire

If we want to grow, we need to surround ourselves with people who already achieved a high level of success. And most high-level players do go to networking events. If we’re too shy to introduce ourselves, asking a mutual acquaintance can help.

 

  1. Be aware of paid endorsements

Paid endorsements are very popular online. There are even groups where agents can find people willing to endorse in exchange for a small fee. Because of these practices, we have to pay even more attention to whom we send referrals, as well as their background in real estate.

 

  1. How to encourage others to recommend us

One of the best ways to ethically encourage others to tag you on social media is to use contests. Use a system that automatically puts each person who tags you into a drawing, and send them a message about it as well. This way, you get to show the people who tag you that you’re thankful for their help.

 

Even introverted agents can do well at networking events as long as they’re intentional with their interactions. We don’t need to have a specific personality type to strike a conversation with a stranger. Plus, stepping outside of our comfort zone helps our personal development. We must also keep in mind that everyone at networking events has roughly the same goals: to meet others and make connections.

 

Guest Bio

Aimee Freeman is a broker and owner of Aimee & Co., and she specializes in first time & luxury home buyers, relocation, investors, sellers, and marketing.

She has over 19 years of experience in real estate, but she doesn't shy away from using modern marketing strategies. Aimee completed several courses for Facebook, Pinterest, & LinkedIn and has experience promoting her listing in the digital environment.

You can find out more about Aimee here.

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