July 23, 2016 at 1:49 pm #5763
John ReidParticipantJuly 23, 2016 at 1:49 pmPost count: 10
I just joined and haven’t got the DVDs in the mail yet. But how many websites do I need? Do I get a ‘buying’ site AND a separate, no connection ‘selling’ site? If so, are the sites suppose to be two different names?
Ted ScearcyParticipantJuly 24, 2016 at 5:15 amPost count: 48
I just ordered mine too so I’m not sure. Sure wish they were online so I could get started right away!John ReidParticipantJuly 25, 2016 at 5:58 amPost count: 10
Yep, it would be a great idea to have downloadable ‘fast track’ checklist or version! Anyway, good luck TedKyria BakerParticipantJuly 31, 2016 at 12:15 pmPost count: 138
A fast track checklist is a great idea! I’m impatiently waiting for my package to arrive.Joe KParticipantAugust 2, 2016 at 9:49 amPost count: 68Luke SmithModeratorAugust 2, 2016 at 1:45 pmPost count: 1263
I had to wait for a bit to get mine as well. They came eventually.
As for websites I am sure you could make one for each mailer if you like or even one for each offer if you want to get crazy about it. I just made the one site fits all and that is enough to keep going. Two sites is just more work when I should be getting back to people trying to do deals with me.Joe KParticipantAugust 4, 2016 at 10:03 amPost count: 68
I agree with you. I find it hard to imagine that many of the sellers will look up their specific property if they just wanted to get rid of it in the first place. However, if you buy from a savvy investor, that may be a different story.
I have some changes to make to my website but landambition.com is coming along nicely.Luke SmithModeratorAugust 4, 2016 at 11:38 amPost count: 1263
Now that is an inspirational website!
I like the video, I like the way you use maps and display pictures too all flows together very well to tell your story.
Just need a lot more land on there to choose from and you are going to be one busy guy.
I hope you are ready to talk owner financing.
How about a check out. You butter them up but I did not see a closing. How do you set the hook.
Guys buy in the middle of the night that if they waited until the next day they would probably not actually buy it. Don’t want to miss those sales.Joe KParticipantAugust 4, 2016 at 1:45 pmPost count: 68
Thanks for the suggestions Luke!
Making this website taught me a lot about making websites and I am going to be implementing a checkout once I get a few deals rolling.
Also, I will need to implement a financing option during checkout. Do you have any recommendations for checkout?
Currently, I have not marketed at all. I will be soon however and I have all the pieces in place, but I need to utilize the landwatch account we have for landacademy and it’ll drive customers to my website.Jerry DalglishParticipantAugust 4, 2016 at 2:41 pmPost count: 23Luke SmithModeratorAugust 4, 2016 at 5:05 pmPost count: 1263
For check out I use MoonClerk pared with Stripe in the back end. I have been looking at changing over to Xero as the business grows and then pick from their multiple inventory mgt systems that also link to an online store that accepts stripe.
That would cut a lot of the accounting down as the data would flow back to my books that way instead of manually booking each transaction the way I have it set up.
I guess Xero can also pull data from Stripe and I could keep the moonclerk for now too. That might be an easier transition.
This would allow me to drop Buildium and the property style accounting I am doing now move to inventory accounting instead. Cheaper and faster for scale.Joe KParticipantAugust 5, 2016 at 11:45 amPost count: 68Luke SmithModeratorAugust 7, 2016 at 2:57 pmPost count: 1263
I’m still using buildium. Studying Xero and seriously thinking of switching to Xero. They automate more of the data flow than Buildium does and more than Quickbooks does. That is why they are stealing market share from quickbooks.
More integrated than quickbooks. Quickbooks is following and improving too so probably no need to switch. Good for competition to push them into improving.Aaron SaucedaParticipantAugust 8, 2016 at 6:26 pmPost count: 60Joe KParticipantAugust 9, 2016 at 11:47 amPost count: 68
@luketsmith Xero looks pretty awesome (I’m an accountant) so I can see the value in it and how easy it looks to use for those who are non-accountants. However, over time, their pricing adds up, but of course, if you’re making enough, it’s just another cost of doing business.
@aaronsauceda Thank you. There are a lot of video software programs that allow you to make these videos. Hopefully a google search will help you find what program fits your needs.
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