Marketing Supplied

MARKETING SUPPLIED

MARKETING SUPPLIED

Join the Marketing Supplied Community

GET INSTANT ACCESS TO OUR READY-TO-USE MARKETING TOOLKIT FOR CONSTRUCTION BUSINESSES

Purchase a Single-User License Membership below. This grants you one usage license to use the content for one business entity.

What’s included in the Marketing Supplied Membership?

  • Access to our Member’s Only Facebook Group
  • Monthly content calendars
  • Social media post templates
  • Instagram captions
  • Story templates
  • Blog posts
  • Email newsletters
  • Reel templates/ideas
  • The Broke Agent social media templates
  • Video scripts
  • Facebook cover photos
  • Instagram highlight covers
  • Branding photo guides
  • Branding kit templates
  • Logo templates
  • Listing presentation
  • Under contract checklist
  • Lender questionnaire
  • Listing flyers
  • Home buyer questionnaire
  • Staging guide
  • Sellers guide
  • Buyers guide
  • 90 Days to Homeowner Challenge
  • Investing guide
  • Rent vs. buy guide
  • Expired listing packet
  • FSBO guide
  • New construction guide
  • Home maintenance checklists
  • Postcards
  • …and more!
How does it work?

1. Explore Membership Options

Choose your recurring option: monthly, semi-annual, or annual.

  1. Seal the Deal

Commitment doesn’t have to be scary – which is why we allow our members to cancel anytime. We’re ready to partner with you to make you stand out in a sea of competitors.

  1. Gain Access

You’re in! Get logged in and start exploring hundreds of your new templates, images, and captions.

  1. Start Killing it Online

Your marketing database is ready to use instantly. Start customizing your digital resources, getting your branding in check, and generating new leads!

What's included in my membership? Is there a free trial or demo?

Currently, we do not provide a free trial or demo for our membership due to the digital nature of our products.

    • Access to our Member’s Only Facebook Group for group coaching
    • Monthly content calendars
    • Social media post templates
    • Instagram captions
    • Story templates
    • Facebook cover photos
    • Email newsletters
    • Video scripts
    • Branding photo guides
    • Instagram highlight covers
    • Branding kit templates
    • Logo templates
    • Flyers
    • Marketing guides
    • Checklists
    • Postcards
    • … and more!
    Do you handle posting on my social media account?

    No, the Marketing Supplied membership does not include an automated scheduling or posting service. Our goal is to encourage you to infuse your posts with your own personality and brand, leading to better engagement and the attraction of new followers who can become potential clients. Setting up automated posts for everyone wouldn’t be beneficial as it typically lacks genuine engagement and results.

    Consider us as your marketing mentor instead—we don’t post on your behalf, but we provide you with the necessary tools to take charge of your social media accounts. We are here to assist you in adding your unique personality to your posts, branding your business, and connecting with people online. We want you to have full ownership of your online presence, which is why we equip you with powerful tools.

    Here are some alternative tools that our members often utilize:

    1. Many members prefer to customize their posts in bulk and schedule them at the beginning of the month using platforms like Facebook Creator Studio, Planoly, Plann or Later.
    2. Another option is to hire a virtual assistant or a social media manager who can personalize the posts for you and handle the scheduling. Feel free to reach out to us via email, and we can provide recommendations for capable professionals in this field.
    What type of account should I have? Instagram Business, Creator, and Personal Accounts

    Let’s explore the key distinctions between having your Instagram account set up as a Business, Creator, or Personal account. Personal Instagram:

    • You can set your page to private.
    • Post scheduling is not available.
    • Insights on reach and engagement are not provided.
    • Post promotion is not possible.

    Business & Creator Instagram:

    • Page privacy settings cannot be enabled.
    • Post scheduling is available.
    • Insights on reach and engagement are provided.
    • Post promotion is possible.
    • Inbox tools like saved replies and sorting are accessible.

    Differences between Business & Creator:

    • Currently, scheduling through third-party platforms on Creator Accounts, except Facebook’s Creator Studio, is not supported.
    • Different profile category options are available (e.g., Construction, Clothing Brand, Ice Cream Shop, etc.).
    • On a business account, you can add your business address to your profile.

    For small business owners, we recommend using a Business Account.

    How do you switch your account type? To change your account type, open the Instagram app and navigate to your Instagram profile. Tap the three lines at the top right corner of the screen, select “Settings” from the menu, then choose “Account”. Scroll down to the bottom and tap “Switch Account Type”.

    Does it cost anything to switch? No, switching account types on Instagram is completely free, regardless of the chosen type.

    Will anything change when I switch? No, switching your account type will not result in any loss of posts or other changes.

    Is the switch permanent? No, you can always switch between Personal, Business, and Creator account types as needed.

    How can I distinguish my company if someone in my market is also a member?

    It’s important to remember that your audience doesn’t follow or pay as much attention to all the companies you do. Even if someone else in your market is using similar content or designs, what sets you apart is how you present it and the unique approach you bring to your branding and messaging. Your distinct perspective, tone of voice, and personality are what make your content stand out and appeal to your specific target audience.

    Here are some strategies to differentiate yourself from other members who use Marketing Supplied:

    1. Utilize ChatGPT to rephrase titles, scripts, and captions in a way that suits your personality and caters to agents in your city—whether you prefer a witty, friendly, or serious tone.

    2. Take advantage of our Quarterly Branding Photo Guides, which provide pose ideas and shots for each quarter. Enhance your results and leave a lasting impression by using professional branding images of yourself.

    3. Set yourself apart by focusing on a niche. Customize your content to address the specific needs and pain points of your target market. Ask ChatGPT to rewrite our content specifically tailored to your niche.

    4. Create a brand kit with designated fonts and colors, and apply them to your templates.

    5. Feel free to deviate from the content calendar as it is. You have access to a full year’s worth of content that you can search through and use at any time.

    Can I use the content for multiple accounts?

    Every subscription represents a single account for a sole member. If you intend to utilize our content for multiple individuals, the purchase of a Multi-License Subscription is required.

    If we cancel, are we required to remove any existing posts or will we simply lose access to future content?

    There is no obligation to remove any posts in the event of cancellation; however, access to future content will no longer be available.

    What is the difference between CRMs and Email Clients?

    CRMs (Customer Relationship Management) and email clients are distinct tools utilized in marketing and sales, although they are frequently integrated with each other.

    A CRM platform (such as Real Geeks, KVCore, Follow Up Boss) assists businesses in managing customer interactions and data throughout the entire customer lifecycle. It encompasses a variety of functions, including lead capture and management, contact management, sales forecasting, and analytics. A CRM helps businesses establish and maintain relationships with their customers, track customer interactions, and provide insights to enhance the customer experience.

    Conversely, an email client is a tool specifically used for sending and managing email campaigns. It offers features like email templates, list management, automation, and reporting. An email client is designed to assist businesses in creating, sending, and tracking the performance of their email marketing campaigns.

    To summarize, a CRM is a more comprehensive tool that facilitates the management of customer interactions and data, while an email client focuses specifically on the execution and management of email campaigns. While some CRMs include email marketing capabilities, it is also common for businesses to utilize a separate email client to manage their email marketing efforts.