Real Estate Coaching Tip: 7 Spring Pop-By Ideas Your Clients Will Love
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The birds are chirping, flowers are blooming, days are getting longer – spring has finally sprung! Take advantage of the season by delivering a timely and practical Pop-By gift to your real estate clients.
So what actually is a Pop-By? This is a small gift of appreciation you can deliver to your current and past clients during any season to show gratitude, deepen relationships and stay top-of-mind for the long run. This will make your network more likely to refer you should the opportunity arise. Oh by the way®, it’s also the quickest and most effective way to generate referrals in business.
Here are some great Pop-By ideas to start with this spring:
- Tax season survival kit – Tylenol, a calculator, pencils, stress ball, etc.
- Alarm clock to help with the tough daylight savings time transition
- Seasonal flowers or fresh herb plants
- Gardening tools and flower pots
- Reusable bags, coffee tumblers or water bottles for Earth Day
- Sunscreen for the spring hiking days
- Small baskets of candy for Easter
Don’t forget about the tags! Attach a tag to your item with a clever message that shows your appreciation to complete the experience. Check out a few sample Pop-By tags that you can attach to your spring items.
No matter where you’re at in your career, getting face-to-face with your clients is one of the best things you can do for your business. A Pop-By is the perfect excuse to do that! Don’t forget, you can lean into our Referral Maker PRO® membership for more Pop-By tags, lead generation tools and real estate marketing materials.Buffini & Company