Best of the Blog: Our Most Valuable Posts from 2018

2019 is scratching at our door and, if you’re anything like us, you’re taking stock of the last 12 months—reflecting on what you’ve learned and figuring out how that might help you in the year ahead.

In the spirit of the new year, we’re taking a look back at some of ReminderMedia’s most popular blog posts, videos, and podcast episodes of 2018. Today, we’re highlighting the top three entries from this very blog.

1. How to Build an Effective Contact Database

When your business depends on client relationships, having an organized contact list is crucial. But, for many agents, keeping track of all those customers and prospects can feel like a huge task. Luckily, this blog teaches you how to get started in just a few minutes. If you’re serious about building and maintaining the relationships that will keep your business afloat, you can’t afford not to read this.

2. This is How the American Dream Has Changed

While claims of its demise have been greatly exaggerated, there’s no denying that, for many, the idea of the “American Dream” has evolved. This entry uncovers some of the reasons for this cultural shift, while exploring what success means to those pursuing it in a rapidly changing economy. Whatever success means to you, having a better understanding of your clients’ goals and values will only help you to serve them better.

3. Leveraging American Lifestyle Magazine to Increase Referrals by 20%

Though this helpful guide was released back in 2016, it remains one of the most popular items on our blog. That’s because so many people want to know how to increase their leads, while still maintaining excellent relationships with their past clients. This post explains how you can use American Lifestyle magazine to grow your mailing list and increase sales. Give it a read, and take action today!

That’s a wrap on the top blog posts of 2018. We hope you liked what you’ve read. And, if you did, consider sharing with a friend or colleague.

Written by Kevin McElvaney

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