Agentology featured in Inman News!

By June 23, 2017 Published Articles

We’re excited to announce that we’ve been featured in Inman! As a leading source of information for all things real estate, it’s an honor to be spotlighted for our efforts to change the industry for the better.

Most online leads are dead ends, so cutting through the noise to identify the keepers can be a real hassle. Enter Agentology”- Teke Wiggin, Inman Staff Writer

The propelling force behind our growth and success is the desire to improve the lives of real estate agents. In a world of cold web leads, agents aren’t able to respond to their leads quickly and effectively to convert them into qualified hot prospects. Agents are 21X more likely to convert a cold lead into a client if they engage them within 5 min.  Agentology makes sure they do just that, by giving every agent the power of having their own inside sales team.

Agents who use Agentology are seeing a 300% increase in conversion rates!

Agentology Concierges are trained to ask all of the right questions, and are trained to be the best ISAs in the business. But what happens to all of those great leads agent’s don’t want?  Sometimes because of low price points or location?  Agents are used to ignoring and throwing away leads they don’t want or can’t handle.  Well we have a saying here.  Don’t trash it.  Cash it.  So we give agents the opportunity to monetize unwanted leads, allowing them to refer them to one of the 30,000 agents within our referral network and make a 25% referral fee.

Following an exciting round of funding, we aim to become even more effective at boosting the success of our agents!   Check out the article below to find out more.

https://www.inman.com/2017/06/14/agentology-agents-leads-cash/

Raymon Lacy

Raymon Lacy

A San Francisco native and UC Berkeley grad, Raymon recently made the move to Sunny San Diego. When he's not being a Marketing Magician, you can find him exploring San Diego or nose-deep in anything that relates to tech, sports, video games, fantasy, music, beaches or craft beers. (And lists. He really likes lists)