Convert Every Lead From Your Senior Marketing
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Right now, you’re missing approximately 50% of your leads if your sales staff isn’t available to answer the phone 24/7.
Every interaction defines your brand, from website to staff to simply returning a call. It takes five to seven brand impressions before someone will remember your community, and one missed call may cost you more than just a missed opportunity.The people calling your property are at a crisis crossroads. They’ll visit the first communities they reach. If you’re not answering the call, you’re no longer in the running.
Join Kathleen McNair, RealPage Vice President, Global Contact Center, and Jeremy Baston, RealPage Vice President, Industry Principal, for expert advice on how to be there when prospects need you most, and how to make the most of that experience. They’ll discuss:
- Finding the best leads
- Critical touchpoints for the entire lead cycle
- Marketing options for email and chat
- Proactive marketing
Kathleen McNair is responsible for the profitability and operations of the RealPage Contact Center product family, including management of leads and maintenance and utility inquiries for multifamily and senior clients. With a focus on operational performance and international experience in managing large-scale global operations, she has a proven track record of building programs to manage sales, customer service and technical support across multiple channels.
Jeremy BatsonVice President, Industry Principal, RealPage Inc.
Jeremy has spent the past dozen years in the RealPage multifamily space concentrating on Contact Center and complimentary solutions which provide ultimate ROI and efficiency for RealPage clients. He provides extensive consulting through his previous experience, managing account management, implementations and product for the Contact Center and other leasing products within RealPage. Prior to the multifamily industry, he developed, represented and managed successful launch and lead generation strategies for major technology companies. He holds a BS in Marketing from Clemson University.