Paul Donoghue

Husband, Dad, banker, real estate professional, delighted to call Cape Cod home. I’m blessed to be doing the kind of work that’s provided the most satisfaction during my career … helping clients improve their financial health and referral partners build their business.

If you’re interested in either … or would just like a suggestion on what to do on your next visit to Cape Cod, then give me shout.

Most commented posts

  1. 11 Reasons Attributed to Real Estate Success — 7 comments
  2. Day 2 & 3: What Might Real Estate Professionals Find More Useful than Turtle Doves & French Hens? — 2 comments
  3. What to Check Out–FEB 16th — 2 comments
  4. What Do Your Real Estate Customers Want? — 2 comments
  5. Random Acts of Kindness Plus — 2 comments

Author's posts

Jan 20

Real Estate Marketing Using Video and YouTube

In the January 13, 2015 AMM webinar, Realtor® Dave Woodson shares his success in using video and how he does it.  Here’s a guy who found video by accident back when he did mortgages.  In 2009 he created a video where he called himself the #1 FHA lender in the State of Indiana.  A month …

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Jan 02

PowerPoint–Not Just a Tool For Real Estate Marketing

In this last webinar of 2014, Scott Hudspeth and Vicki Rice shared how to use PowerPoint to create images and marketing material for your real estate business.  If you’ve only been using PowerPoint for creating Presentations, then you’ll appreciate what a valuable tool it can be, especially, if you don’t have access to something like …

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Sep 06

Marketing to Expired Listings and FSBOs

There’s no better way for bonding and building trust than finding opportunities to meet your prospective clients face-to-face, letting them know that you’re a real person … not a post card … not a voice message.

Nov 08

Do Your Email Messages Match The Person You’re Sending Them To?

Your email marketing is not about open rates and click-thrus. It’s about conversion … and your building rapport and trust with your recipients. Check out this video by Jimmy Mackin and Chris Smith , where they interview Dan Stewart from Happy Grasshopper and share some great insight on humanizing your emails.

Feb 23

What to Check Out–FEB 23rd

My weekly post of real estate marketing content & tools. This week: 4 Customer Focused eMail Insights; 9 Ways to Convert & Build Your List; and Creating a Referral Engine – the eBook

Feb 16

What to Check Out–FEB 16th

In this week’s post of “What to Check Out” I share an ebook, “The Definitive Guide to Lead Nuturing”; an InfoGraphic of the Top 30 Wordpress Plugins; and an article that shares why as a real estate professional you need to be on Google+ to boost your real estate marketing efforts.

Feb 09

What to Check Out–FEB 9th

In this week’s post of “What to Check Out” I share an ebook, “Email Marketing for Real Estate Agents”, a great article for finding “Content Marketing Gold by Mining Your Sales Department”, and an article that shares 12 tips for how to find the right keywords to promote your real estate content and help your marketing.

Feb 02

What To Check Out – FEB 2nd

In this week’s post of “What to Check Out” I share an article on How to Use Drip Email To Engage & Convert More Real Estate Leads; Why Email Marketing is King; and 9 Roadblocks to Your (real estate) Success

Jan 01

Don’t Envy The Successful — Be One

The holiday season is a time for family, reflection and sharing with others. And so it appears, that in the spirit of reflection and sharing with others, MaryEllen Tribby of WorkingMomsOnly.com shared this infographic of the characteristics, traits, and behaviors of both successful and unsuccessful people she’s met. It appears that MaryEllen first shared her …

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Dec 31

The Real Estate Professional’s alternative to 6 Geese-a-Laying

The Twelve Days of Christmas actually start Christmas Day and run until the Twelfth Night, or January 5th.  Whew … maybe I can actually complete this list post on time! So I’m on to Six Geese-a-Laying, but what would a real estate professional do with six geese, eh? 

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