Frontier Title Blog

Marketing Your Business In June

Happy summer! As we know, the summer months can be a little crazy (in a good way) in the real estate world. Hopefully, your business is booming and we’ll be seeing your happy face in our office several times in the next few months. Whether things are going strong or you’re wondering when you’ll get that

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The Resource: June’s Social Media Plan

We often hear our real estate friends say they’re short on time and can’t handle regular posting to social media. So, each month, we collect a full month’s worth of posts for you to pass along to clients, friends and family. Texas Living Top 50 BBQ Joints In Texas (Texas Monthly)  Meanwhile In Texas (Texas Monthly) Your Guide

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Download Now: Weekly Social Media Planner

If you’ve spent much time on the Frontier Title Company blog, you know we’re always encouraging our real estate agent friends to spend more time promoting their business through social media. This month, we’ve made it one step easier with our downloadable Weekly Social Media Planner. By spending just 15 or 20 minutes planning ahead

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6 Steps To An Instant Connection

It’s a well-known fact that first impressions go a long way. In fact, it takes most people a quick 7 seconds to form a judgment on someone they’ve just met. With that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of ideas to help you appear more confident and capable – and connect to your prospective client.

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3 Ways To Improve Your SEO To Generate More Leads

It doesn’t matter if you’re the best real estate agent in the city, if you don’t have leads, you won’t make any money. Finding new clients can be frustrating, but we have a few ideas that may help when it comes to creating a website with a high SEO. It requires a little patience, but in

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These Phrases Could Be Costing You Sales

You may not be aware of it, but your own personal jargon could be working against you. If you’ve been facing some rejection in the marketplace these days, it might be your phrasing. To see more success in sales, “Stop saying certain words and phrases that signal you’re there to sell something. Instead, use every

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