Too often, real estate agents and other professional-services providers write things in their marketing materials that very few people beyond their office walls would honestly care about.
For example, it’s not uncommon to see marketing statements that read something like, “Over the last three years, business at our brokerage has been growing by leaps and bounds. In 2013 alone, we managed more than 1,100 real estate transactions for our clients.”
If that sounds like a statement you might like to include in your next marketing brochure, keep reading (because it’s a bad idea).
You could argue that boasting about the number of sales completed shows you’re running a successful brokerage. But to many potential clients, a statement like the one above will come across as unimportant. It doesn’t resonate for the reader. They won’t care enough to keep reading.