Trevor Mauch is the host of the CarrotCast podcast & CEO of Carrot, one of the nation's fastest growing companies according to Inc Magazine, where they have helped the nations top real estate investors and agents pull in over 3 million online leads in ju...
Trevor Mauch is the host of the CarrotCast podcast & CEO of Carrot, one of the nation's fastest growing companies according to Inc Magazine, where they have helped the nations top real estate investors and agents pull in over 3 million online leads in just 5 years… closing thousands of deals… with their software and training. Trevor lives in Roseburg, Oregon with his wife and 3 kids, and is passionate about using business to fuel your passion and to amplify the impact you want to make in the world. Part of the impact he's passionate about making is helping entrepreneurs unleash that entrepreneurial dream of finally unlocking that FREEDOM, FLEXIBILITY, FINANCES, and IMPACT that you've dreamed of but haven't been able to fully make happen.
In this episode, Trevor shares the secret to attracting your highest converting leads online. He talked about the marketing strategy that helped him with consistent leads and skyrocketed his real estate business.
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What you'll learn from today's episode:
"I want a consistent business. I want a business that grows momentum and doesn't keep me on this hamster wheel. And what type of marketing gave me that? And I kept on looking back. The volume didn't come from this online stuff, but the consistency sure did." -Trevor Mauch
"Your website should be the center of all of your marketing, not just this satellite thing." -Trevor Mauch
"High margin service businesses don't need a website; they need something that actually performs and works because the stakes are high when you lose deals." -Trevor Mauch
"The biggest thing that we see with our clients that differentiates their success versus not is, they are latched into one core source of a mentor or a coach rather than looking at six or seven different ones." -Trevor Mauch
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