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LandlordMax Sales Record

Wednesday we had a very pleasant surprise. We broke our previous one day sales record by 13%! The most interesting part is that it came right out of the blue. We didn’t have any out of the ordinary advertising or promotions. It wasn’t a special real estate or tax day. It just happened on a Wednesday in the middle of a normal month. That’s always exciting!



 
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  •     Justin
    · October 14th, 2007  · 11:45 pm  · Permalink

    Congratulations that’s great to hear!

  •     Steph
    · October 15th, 2007  · 12:03 am  · Permalink

    Thanks!

  •     Eric
    · October 15th, 2007  · 9:46 am  · Permalink

    Firstly: Congratulations, well deserved.

    Secondly: “came right out of the blue” – Hardly
    Steph and Landlord Max have been providing value for many years. Offering more features and great customer service to Landlord Max customers.
    Steph, has been providing great information to -the world at large- with his blog, helping others avoid mistakes and achieve their goals.

    There is no such thing as overnight success. Your continued efforts in improving not only your products and services, but fine tuning your advertising and marketing efforts have lead to your success.

    I look forward to more announcements of records, as time/energy vs. results often yields an exponential curve

    Once again: Congratulations.

  •     Steph
    · October 16th, 2007  · 8:22 pm  · Permalink

    Hi Eric,

    Thank you for the very kind words, they’re very appreciated.

    And you’re right, there is a lot of effort that happened to get here. My favorite quote is: “It took me ten years to become and overnight success”. I just wish I knew the source…

    But yes, you’re absolutely right, it didn’t happen overnight, it took time and effort. And I’m starting to approach the more interesting section of the time/energy versus results graph.

    Thank you again Eric for the very kind words.

  •     FollowSteph.com » Quick Real Estate Links
    · October 20th, 2007  · 4:39 pm  · Permalink

    […] are bad times while for others great deals are starting to appear. I can tell you based on our continuing growing sales of LandlordMax that the more astute real estate investors are still very active in the market today. Most likely […]

  •     Lee Ann
    · November 10th, 2007  · 9:42 pm  · Permalink

    CONGRATULATIONS!!!
    Also, thanks for recommending ‘The Tipping Point’. It was a great read. I bet you’re not very far from yours.
    Keep up the great work!!!

  •     Steph
    · November 12th, 2007  · 11:02 pm  · Permalink

    Thank you! Hopefully it won’t be too much longer.

    And you’re welcome. If you liked “The Tipping Point”, don’t forget to check out his second book called Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking. It’s just as good, if not better, than The Tipping Point.

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