My Most Frequently Asked Questions

If you're like most people, you probably have a question or two about my services.

Take a look to see if your question is among my most frequently asked questions. If it's not, you can fill out and send me your question from the form at the bottom of this page.

What does Omni-Sync Marketing mean?

The name "Omni-Sync Marketing" uses the definition of each word to describe my marketing system.

For example, the word "Omni" means "everywhere," and the word "Sync," or "Synchronized," means "coordinated."

The name means, when using my Omni-Sync Marketing System™, your message will be coordinated to be present everywhere your target audience is likely to see or hear it to achieve maximum benefit.

Do I have to buy anything to use your marketing system?

The short answer is MAYBE.

My Omni-Sync Marketing System™ uses a variety of methods to communicate your message. And, if you're like most real estate agents, you probably already own many (if not all) of the tools you'll need to use these communication methods.

But if you're unsure of what you'll need, just watch my free tutorials, and you'll see the tools I recommend.

And, if there are any tools you need or want, I'll direct you to reputable sellers where you can buy them at a fair price.

I'm not a "techie" person. Can I still use your marketing system?

One of the best things about my Omni-Sync Marketing System™ is that it's so easy to use and doesn't require you to be a "tech" person.

I'll show you how you can use every one of my marketing methods no matter how "non-techie" you are.

Will you do private instruction or coaching?

Although I currently don't have any private instruction or coaching program planned, I will consider doing it if there's a demand for those services.

That said, I'm always available to anyone who has questions or needs additional help to overcome a problem with using my Omni-Sync Marketing System™ and that help is totally free.

How long will it take to get results?

Marketing isn't like selling an under-priced house in a hot market. A good marketing program will take a while to show results.

How long it will take to show results depends on several things, such as the methods you use, the frequency of posting your content, how relevant your content is to your target audience, and the general level of sales activity in your target market.

CAUTION: Don't give up too soon or you will have wasted your effort before your break-thru point.

Do I have to use all of your marketing methods?

No, you're not required to use all of the methods that I suggest. The methods you use should be selected based on your market.

What I suggest is that you start by using all of my methods, then after about 6-9 months, evaluate the responses you're getting from each before deciding which 3 or 4 methods to concentrate on.

Remember, marketing is a long-term commitment and takes a while to show results. Don't give up too soon or you will have wasted your effort before your break-thru point.

Do you do any follow-up to help people use your system?

I will never leave my students hanging. That's why I continually post content in videos, podcast episodes, and blog posts that expands on how to use my marketing tools.

Those who may need additional help can also contact me directly to get answers to their questions or to get additional direction.

Why do you do this for free?

I've done very well for myself during my decades of being in the real estate industry and I believe I have a responsibility to help those who are either just starting out or are struggling in their career.

However, to be totally transparent, although I don't charge for most of my instructional tutorials, I will make a small commission on some of the products you might buy using my affiliate links.

Then, again. You're not required to buy anything or use those links.

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