March 21st, 2018

Have you noticed how vanilla everyone is?

I mean, people seem to follow the same formula for property listings. And the same formula for social media.

But there’s a problem with this. You don’t stand out.

No one can choose you from the rest of the pack. You look exactly the same.

When you see a carton of eggs and you’re cooking, you usually take the first one right? You don’t make a conscious decision to choose the egg that looks better than the other egs.

And that’s what happens when your marketing is the same as everyone else. When you follow the exact same formula that everyone else does.

Boring. Beige. Vanilla.

Now, don’t get us wrong, vanilla is a popular flavour. But that’s because it goes with everything.

You can buy vanilla ice cream and dress it up with different flavours and toppings. But you don’t want vanilla listing descriptions.

No one will dress them up.

And standing out is key to writing listings that sell properties fast.

So we’ve pulled together some of our best tips to help you stand out from the crowd and sell your properties fast!

6 Tips To Write Listing Descriptions That Sell





Over to You

So now you have the inside scoop you have no excuses. Start writing sensational listings that sell your properties fast.

It’s not hard. You just need to be a little different to the average, vanilla agent. And you can do that, can’t you?

You’re not the same as anyone else you know. Get out your individuality and give it a polish.

Step into the limelight and make yourself stand out.

Wait. It’s scary?

You’re right, it’s scary. That’s why there are so many people who don’t do this.

They’re too scared to get more people to see them and notice them. But if you want to make a success of this you have to stand up, step out, and take action.

You have to make sure you’re better than the rest. That you have better photography, better feature sheets and better floor plans than the competition.

What are you waiting for? Download the Pixilink app to make sure you look good and start writing killer listings.