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April 13, 2020

April 13, 2020

Recording from Today’s Company Meeting

Important agent resources available now and coming soon. Remember that we’re in this for quite a long haul, and all of these resources are designed to help you keep your business running strong for the duration.


The Masiello Group Tools and Resources for Helping Agents Thrive through this Crisis and Beyond

In the past month, we have implemented many new tools and strategies which are summarized below.

Up-to-the Minute Communication

  1. Bi-Weekly company-wide Zoom meetings (scroll to Videos section)

  2. Daily Bulletins

Covid Information and Guidance

  1. Web page, current protocols, and customizable collateral materials

Technology Solutions

  1. Virtual open house and virtual showing support

Sales Support

  1. Pump (Strong)

  2. Building Your Database

  3. Managing Your Pipeline

Learning and Skill Building Opportunities

  1. SkySlope, DotLoop, Zoom, CRM, Facebook Live, etc. by Business Support Specialists (scroll to the calendar to see what’s coming up and recordings from past sessions)

  2. BHG and SVN Brand learning sessions (same as above)

Shareable Consumer-Targeted Information

  1. Consumer-facing webpage which can be copied to agent websites

  2. Shareable blog posts

  3. Social Media Graphics (scroll to Keeping in Contact with Your Sphere)

  4. E-card (in TMGConnect) and Newsletter templates (scroll to Keeping in Contact with Your Sphere)


  1. TV commercials (scroll to Video Recordings)

  2. Seller video (same as above)

Ready, Set, Sold (Business Support Specialists can create customized versions w/your contact info)

  1. Seller tools for getting ready for sale

  2. Showing Info, Staging, Photography Tips

  3. Remember – you can add this to your website too! Instructions here:

COMING SOON! – Watch for more info on these items in the next couple of days


  1. Concierge service to assist with movers, utilities, local pros

  2. Branded messaging to clients from you

  3. Automated! Nothing for you to do

Personal Empowerment Series on How to Thrive In Uncertainty (Starting April 20 at 9am)

A five-class series (30 min or less) to assist you in discovering your personal strengths so you can thrive in times of uncertainty.

  1. Introduction

  2. Understanding You

  3. Removing Self-limiting Beliefs

  4. Being the Observer

  5. Let’s Get Moving

Ready, Set, Sold tools for Agents

Ready, Set, BUY! – tools for consumers and agents

Update from Mark McCauley from CMG Financial

Adding Company Blog Posts to your Agent Website

You can choose whether or not posts that we put on the company blog are fed through to your agent website. We’re currently adding information about buying and selling during these difficult times, debunking myths, and things like that. You can view the company blog here:

Instructions for adding/removing the company blog from feeding through to your site:

Also, depending on the settings in your Facebook Posting Tools, you can have these posts feed directly to your Facebook Business Page:

Upcoming Events and Learning Sessions

  1. April 14 – Stay Inspiring in Difficult Times 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.

  2. April 15 – Facebook Live with Jessica Wade 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.

  3. April 17 – DigiSign with Kasey Levesque 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.

  4. April 21 – Leveraging Social Media to Win 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.

  5. April 22 – Creating Your CRM with Gina O’Shea 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.

  6. April 24 – Creating E-cards and Flyers with Chelsea Canavan 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.

  7. April 28 – Earning More Business Through Your Value Prop1:00 – 2:00 p.m.

  8. April 29 – Entering and Editing MREIS Listings with Kasey Levesque 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.

Remember to go to to view the upcoming learning sessions. This is also where we will post links to recordings of past learning sessions as soon as we have them (including today’s session on DotLoop with Courtney Dunnell).

Look for the calendar toward the top of the page. It looks like this:

Click here to get started:

Tough times never last, but tough people do.”

– Robert H Schuller

Photo courtesy of Diane Jenkins

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