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Impress your prospects on social media with Cloud CMA’s new Quick CMA feature

Since everyone here at W&R studios is all about making you look awesome in front of your clients and prospects, we thought we would share a new cool feature of Cloud CMA! Well, last August we released the “Quick CMA” button where you can add a Quick CMA widget to your website that allows clients and prospects to create their own CMA report in just minutes. But now, you also have the option to share the Quick CMA button with all of your friends and followers on social media too!

Here’s how you do it
Simply sign into Cloud CMA and go to your “settings”. Underneath the ‘Lead Gen’ tab there will be a few different code options from you to choose from. What we added are the links to share specifically on your social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest. So just copy the link and post it, and let all of your followers create their own CMA reports in just minutes!

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Why this is so cool

Beating out your competition is all about doing things that make you stand out. Well, providing a CMA report that is flush with photos, neighborhood data from popular sites, and pages with answers to common real estate questions will do just that. Even better, the CMA reports are branded with all of your information. Plus, after a CMA report is generated we will send you an e-mail directly with the lead’s contact information so you can follow up.

If you haven’t already, start making professional looking reports with Cloud CMA! Get it free for 30 days at www.cloudcma.com.

 

Discussion

14 responses to ‘Impress your prospects on social media with Cloud CMA’s new Quick CMA feature

  1. Hi Tracy – you should be receiving an email when a new lead/CMA is requested. I’ll take a look to see what’s going on there.

  2. Hi Tracy – hmmmm… I’m going to have to look into the notifications because you should be getting an email whenever someone requests a Quick CMA. We’re always trying to improve our features so feedback like yours is very valuable to us. Thanks for your comment, and our apologies for the inconvenience.

  3. Today I stumbled on the two test CMA’s on my CloudCMA dashboard with the requestor’s (me as the tester) email address in the private notes. It’s nice that this info is captured and provided, but without a push notification, I would never know that somebody requested a report from the API.

  4. I’m so confused, Frances. After again confirming that I’m getting the report as an end user but no no lead alert as the client user of your product, I wrote to your support department and they report “Currently there is no alert sent to the account holder when a report is generated by the API.” It seems downright silly for me to provide reports with no ability to follow up. Yes, my branding is on the report, but we all know that those reports need follow up explanations. I see this feature (in its current form) as bad for my brand, not good. I’m taking that button off my site right away.

  5. Hi, I got am email with this link, I just went to check this out and under my API tab in settings there is only one API KEY option. The API Button is not an option. Is there a reason I am not able to use this function? Thanks!

  6. Hey Jan – I will forward your information to our team and they will get in contact with you. Thanks for your interest!

  7. Hi Ronald, we have seen that happen before – it appears Facebook lets you post the widget, but like you’re experiencing will not allow you to boost that post. Unfortunately there’s not much we can do on our end, other than suggest you schedule a few posts on your business page in advance that use the Quick CMA button periodically. I hope this helps!

  8. when i posted the Quick CMA on our Facebook Business Page, Facebook would not allow us to boost the post. The post violates Facebook’s advertisingpolicy ??

  9. Hi Tracy – that is definitely not the intent, you should have received and email from Cloud CMA that says you have a new lead. In that email, you’ll get a link to the user who requested the CMA as well as their contact information. I’d recommend checking your spam folder to see if the email accidentally ended up in there. I hope this helps!

  10. I played around with this feature and as an end user I definitely got my report, but as the agent, I never got notice that an end user requested a report. Is this the intent of your system?

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