Effective & Engaging Ways to Market Your Home Staging Business with Kate the Socialite | The Home Staging Show Podcast Season 10 Episode 4
About Today’s Show & About Kate
When you’re running a home staging business, it can feel like a million and one things are happening on any given day. Between networking with real estate agents, arranging stagings and professional photos, liaising with clients, and managing your team, it can feel like adding marketing to the list is overwhelming. Social media posts, email lists, and marketing then often fall to the bottom the bottom of your to-do list. But our guest today is here to talk about how to make your marketing effective, engaging, and efficient - so you can build your business successfully without spending countless hours on marketing.
Kate the Socialite is a published author, podcast host & entrepreneur. Her #1 goal is to help home professionals market their businesses with ease and simplicity. She believes that you are unique, and so is your brand. Through her work at Socialite Vault, she helps home professionals stop running from one marketing ploy to the next and quit stressing about how they’re going to "make it" in the digital age.
Kate and I had a great conversation about how home stagers and other home professionals can bring more ease to their marketing and more clients in the door. We talk about how she found her niche and how she helps clients do the same, why social media shouldn’t be your only marketing strategy, and why your email list is one of the most important things you’ll build in your business. We also chat about marketing trends and what home professionals need to know about SEO and standing out in their local market.
‼️ I am teaching a free training on marketing your home staging business on Tuesday, October 15th. ‼️
You can sign up here. There will be a replay, but only if you sign up.
You can also ask me marketing questions via the form on the free training confirmation page when you sign up for this free marketing training.
This Week on The Home Staging Show Podcast:
How Kate built Socialite Vault on her desire to help home professionals maximize the impact of their marketing
How she helps home stagers make more money by finding their niche
Why you should use social media as an accessory to your marketing, rather than your main marketing channel
How Kate helps home professionals build a simple, effective sales funnel
Why your email list is so important and deserves more attention than your social media follower count
How to prioritize what marketing activities to do first
The importance of SEO for your home staging business and what you need to know about it
This episode is brought to you by Socialite Vault
While you help home sellers increase the perceived value of their listings, who is helping you increase the value of your home staging company? Socialite Vault is a marketing agency for home stagers. With clients across the globe, Kate the Socialite (founder) offers marketing consultation and a vast array of marketing tools exclusively to professionals in the home industry. From social media content and email marketing to client welcome packets and branded magazines, you'll find everything your home staging business needs to create a credible and memorable online presence. No contracts or commitments required. Go to SocialiteVault.com to get started.
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