Like many other holidays, such as Halloween, St. Patrick’s Day was recognized as a national holiday in the United States after thousands of Irish people immigrated to the country during the potato famine in the 1880s, bringing their traditions with them.

What began as small community affairs, St. Patrick’s Day celebrations have exploded into full-on extravaganzas in the United States.

So, what does that mean for you and your business?

Marketing opportunity is what it means!

St. Patrify everything like your:

1. Pop by gifts
St. Patrick’s Day is a great day to pop-by with something a little extra festive.

May it be chocolate coins, lucky charms or skittles, pop-by gifts are a great way to stay top of mind with past clients and to generate referrals. As a real estate agent, you can swing by past client’s homes with a small gift that says “thank you for business, I have been thinking of you”

2. Newsletter or postcards
Postcards are another great way to stay top of mind with their farmed neighborhoods. Make your next postcard St. Patrick’s Day themed to stand out.

3. Open House Party
This year St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Saturday, meaning everyone will be active this weekend. Thus, you can hold a St. Patrick’s Day themed open house! Festive right?

4. Blogs and/or Vlogs
With St. Patrick’s Day you’ll have a better chance of landing on the first page of Google when homeowners begin searching for local events. As a real estate agent, you should be regularly blogging or even vlogging on local events, landmarks, and business to drive hyper-local traffic to your real estate website.

Whether you’re planning on simply sending out holiday emails or throwing an open house bbq party at one of your listings, a SUMMIT REAL ESTATE VIRTUAL ASSISTANT will be a great help this St. Patrick’s Day and all throughout the year!

What to know more?

Contact us today and discover how a Summit Virtual Assistant can improve on the way you work!

About the writer:
Shaura Cuyan writes about all the hottest Real Estate trends and predictions for Summit VA Solutions! She has previously written for a number of freelancing gigs and writes her own blog on lifestyle and current issues. She is a Graduate of Bachelor of Arts in Communication, taking up her Masters in Development Communication.

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