One and Done Email Follow Up for Realtors and Loan Officers

Posted on May 29, 2012

Ryan Stewman

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We are all sending redundant emails to our clients on a daily basis. Almost all of us, use Microsoft Outlook to send them.   Did you know that you can save emails in outlook as signatures, and then use them over and over again?   This simple, yet powerful, technique I’m going to show you, will save you hours of unproductive work a week. This video will show you step by step how to stop typing the same old email responses every time a client ask you a “normal” question.   This is THE WAY for a realtor or mortgage professional to utilize outlook to make their lives easier, and save time.   Check it out here:

 Email Follow Up for Realtors and Loan Officers

 

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