Every week I host the #RIBBIT show on Facebook. It’s a Facebook live stream where I answer questions you’ve sent me. Questions focused on helping you leverage Facebook (and other lead generation sources) to build your real estate database and ultimately, build your business.
One phrase I hear all the time is the “I’m not techie” phrase.
I really just have to shake my head at this one – it’s said so often, by so many agents, that I’ve come to believe it’s just a phrase parroted around without any thought behind it.
There’s more. A whole lot more. Watch this short #RIBBIT show episode for more…
The key to the answer is understanding that no one is born techie. Being “techie” is a matter of learning, not a matter of being. Every single person who does anything tech related, has learned it.
Often, the very next statement that follows the “I’m not techie” is the one that says “I have ‘real estating’ to do, not tech stuff to learn.”
Funny. I thought you were building a business, which means you have a whole lot of learning to do. Learning about lead generation. Learning about lead conversion. Learning about building your database.
If you use the “I’m not techie” excuse, I want to challenge you on it. You have the ability to learn. Everyone does. The key is knowing what to spend your time learning.
To that end, here’s a first step for you “untechie” real estate agents. Download my Facebook Page Setup Checklist and get your Facebook business page setup to help you generate real estate leads.