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Marketing Masters Interview with Jim Morton

Shawn Mahdavi April 2, 2012

Jim Morton, founder and President of ProspectsPLUS shares about amazing new technologies that are available to real estate agents today.  This is a great interview because Jim also talks about direct mail secrets for expired and fsbo postcard marketing.

Jim Morton has made it his passion and purpose in this business to help real estate agents and business owners across North America not only find more prospects, but build their businesses.

With fresh ideas and real-world solutions he shares with sales professionals the kind of “now” tools and techniques they need to thrive, not just survive in today’s market.

Jim entered the real estate business in 1978 and quickly became the top producing agent for Nevada’s largest real estate company. In 1987, he was one of the first five people certified to teach Floyd Wickman’s “Sweathog” programs. He quickly became a regional director in charge of 18 western states and the country of Canada. He built the #1 region in North America for that program. Jim is the past president of Floyd Wickman’s Master Sales Track.

As the founder and President of ProspectsPLUS!, RecruitingPLUS! and a suite of professional marketing products, Jim masterfully leads his creative team to produce the innovative products and services necessary to enrich the lives and careers of sales agents and managers each and every business day.

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Shawn Mahdavi

Shawn Mahdavi has been in sales and marketing for over 22 years. He's the CEO of GoalCrusher, a branding and marketing agency. Through speaking at events and consulting, Shawn has developed strategic relationships with some of real estate's top marketers, coaches, and trainers. Shawn founded, a platform for these relationships to give back to all REALTORS looking to grow their businesses View all posts by Shawn Mahdavi →

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