Software every estate agent should use
21 August, 2013 | Technology
There are many tools out there that every estate agent should use in order to increase the growth of their business. Whether it’s managing your business days, monitoring your websites activities or leaving you reminders there are many types of software for estate agents that can make your life so much easier.
Here are four types of software for estate agents that will make help you get through your day:
1. Google Analytics
The chances are that you have a website but in all fairness very few estate agents closely monitor their websites performance. Keeping an eye on how much traffic your website generates, where the traffic comes from and how people found you can help you achieve a lot more business as well as helping you to get the most out of your online efforts.
Google Analytics can give you all of this with their easy to use statistics tool. Users can view all the relevant information they need regarding their website, breaking it down by the day, week, month or year. Google Analytics even produces you with charts and graphs to help you clearly understand the information being given to you.
Dropbox is a cloud based system allowing you to save documents, images and video clips onto your own Dropbox account, which can then be accessed from anywhere.
This means you don’t have to worry about losing a document or not being able to send files that are too large. With Dropbox you can easily share your files with other users.
Evernote is an information organisational tool, allowing you to set reminders such as a doctor’s appointment or a business meeting. You can then access this information from your computer, smartphone or even tablet. With all this information stored in an easy to access space, you will save yourself a lot of time and effort.
With all these different accounts online it can be hard to remember all of those passwords. Forgetting your password is very common and extremely annoying so what is the solution? LastPass! LastPass is a tool that stores all your passwords securely. Users can create a free LastPass username and password, and then sync it up to all your frequently used websites such as your social and email accounts. These linked accounts will become available through your LastPass login, meaning you only have to remember one password instead of hundreds.