RISMedia’s Content Solutions Webinar Series
Wednesday, December 16, 2015
3 p.m. ET / 2 p.m. CT / 1 p.m. MT / 12 p.m. PT
Space is limited.
With over 40 years of combined real estate experience, speaker Verl Workman and moderator Terri Murphy, along with Homes.com speaker Joe Sesso, will delve into the success habits and lead generation tools that will put you on track to 100 closed transactions next year!
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About the Webinar
Speaker Verl Workman, founder and CEO of Workman Success Systems, has delivered over 1,000 seminars, webinars, keynotes and motivational messages to real estate and sales professionals worldwide. His experience in sales, marketing, promotion, management and technology has empowered thousands to expand their knowledge and achieve their goals. Connect with Workman Success Systems on LinkedIn.
Moderator Terri Murphy, president of Terri Murphy Communications and CIO of U.S. Learning, is a consultant, author and speaker with 25 years of experience as a top-producing sales agent in the Chicago area. She has published five books, including a recent collaboration with Donald Trump, “The Best Real Estate Advice I Ever Received.” She has been featured on ABC, NBC and CNBC News.
Speaker Joe Sesso, national speaker and regional director for Homes.com, has spoken to more than 25,000 REALTORS® in 49 states on the science of real estate marketing. An agent and investor, he authored “The Foreclosure Revolution” in 2008, an award-winning book that predicted the U.S. housing market crash.
Sponsor Homes.com offers brand advertising, lead generation, online reputation and marketing solutions to connect you with over 12.5 million consumers monthly. With a high average visit time, consumers visiting Homes.com are more engaged and likely to buy when compared to visitors of other national real estate websites. Connect with motivated homebuyers and sellers with the most powerful suite of tools for your real estate business—and convert more leads to closed transactions.