Over the past 2 years we have been working hard on developing marketing funnels for estate and letting agents in the UK in order to help them generate more leads from vendors and landlords.
Today we are happy to announce a new partnership between Art Division and The ValPal Network, the leading instant valuation tool for the UK property market.
Speaking about this exciting new partnership, Art Division founder and Managing Director, Nelly Berova, said:
Our campaigns utilise channels such as Facebook and Google and our methods include clever email nurturing sequences, banner advertising and robust tracking. Integrating ValPal’s instant valuation flow into our funnels is a natural fit and we believe can result in a lot more leads and conversions for our clients".
We are delighted to have Art Division as an approved Partner”, said ValPal’s Senior Sales Executive Anthony Jones. “I have known Art Division for a long time now and we are confident that with their marketing knowledge and experience, our users will gain a lot more conversions".
If you are interested in finding out more about ValPal’s services, visit www.valpal.co.uk
For more information on how Art Division can help your business grow using a proven 8-step process of taking cold clients and turning them into raving fans, click here.
You can also read more about how we use the customer value optimisation process when running:
About Art Division
Art Division provides digital marketing and web design services to businesses in the UK property sector, and this includes estate and letting agents, property developers, and suppliers to the industry. Art Division is committed to working with those in the property sector who truly make a difference to the lives of UK homeowners and buyers.
About The ValPal Network
ValPal provides prospective vendors and landlords with an instant online property valuation. The tool captures vendor and landlord data and sends it to your inbox as a hot lead. This then gives you the opportunity to speak to significantly more vendors and landlords to arrange face-to-face market appraisals and win more instructions.