RISMEDIA, Oct. 23, 2007-AgentAdvantage, powered by Homes.com, a division of Dominion Enterprises, has launched the AgentAdvantage Learning Center, a Web site designed to help real estate agents grow their business through Internet marketing and industry best practices. The free service provides agents online tutorials, how-to videos, free online classes and a catalog of articles covering everything from recruitment strategies to public relations advice.
“Many agents come to AgentAdvantage in search of comprehensive marketing solutions,” says Jamie Clymer, AgentAdvantage and Homes.com vice president and general manager. “We recognize that simply selling a product is no longer sufficient. Agents want, and deserve, results from their marketing efforts. The AgentAdvantage Learning Center offers them every tool needed to successfully grow their business.”
According to the company, the site offers five main areas of information. eLearning connects agents to a library of recent articles on lead generation and Internet marketing, the AgentAdvantage blog, Industry news feeds and the AgentAdvantage newsletter. Online Sessions offers live and recorded training classes. Topics include tutorials on search engine optimization led by industry experts and product education sessions led by AgentAdvantage and Homes.com professionals. The Customer Center provides a library of articles, how-to videos, help guides, and testimonials for agents using AgentAdvantage products. Get Started presents three additional areas of information on kick-starting a Web site, Internet marketing tips and a plethora of articles on how to maintain a Web site. Finally, the Archives area is a library that offers agents more than 100 articles and videos-and growing every day-with tips on everything from qualifying a buyer to how to use automated e-mail to building a multicultural recruitment strategy.
“Learning Center programs provide agents with valuable resources on how to build their real estate business, along with covering the basics of using AgentAdvantage products,” explains Patty McNease, Homes.com and AgentAdvantage director of Member Services. “The Learning Center is a real-time tool that fits busy real estate professionals’ schedules, plus delivers another high-quality service to customers.”
Whereas similar sites come with hefty price tags for education, technical advice and resource materials, AgentAdvantage and Homes.com bring their expertise to clients and non-members for free. With the introduction of the Learning Center, AgentAdvantage leads the real estate industry into the future.
For more information, visit www.learningcenteradvantage.com.