Just Mortgages launches digital marketing packages to support brokers lead-generation activity
National broker firm Just Mortgages has launched new digital marketing packages to support brokers in generating leads. These packages are Just Mortgages’ latest initiative in supporting brokers, a key part of its ethos.
Available to both employed and self-employed brokers, these packages are designed to support Just Mortgages advisers by equipping them with all the tools they need to implement effective digital marketing.
Designed by Just Mortgages’ team of marketing experts, the packages will give brokers access to bespoke marketing materials, and personalised social media posts.
Just Mortgages’ offers a variety of bespoke levels of support, based on the level of assistance the broker needs.
All of the options available include personalised social media profiles and access to a unique Just Mortgages internal marketing database, full of content from industry update graphics to full Instagram and Facebook posts. Many of which can be customised for the brokers to include their name and contact details.
The extended packages offer access to a range of online digital dashboards which streamline the process of building their online presence. These platforms also provide valuable insights into the success of the brokers online profiles, as well as opportunity to manage reviews, update contact information and monitor analytics.
Jodie Andrews, digital marketing manager of financial services at Just Mortgages, said: “We want to ensure all our brokers, both employed and self-employed, have all the tools they need to bring in clients.
“During the stamp duty holiday and the wave of clients rushing to purchase a property, understandably, lead-gen may have slipped to the bottom of the priority pile.
“With stamp duty returning, and numbers of clients returning to normal levels, now is the perfect time for brokers to be pushing for leads.
“These new packages will enable the Just Mortgages team to quickly and efficiently promote themselves, and help bring in new business.”