“What we are doing here is removing EXCUSES!” – Dustin Brohm

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I've said it before, and I'll say it again… You need to start a podcast! Not only are they fairly easy to do, the potential is amazing. The power of podcasting, especially at a local level, is staggering. In less than 9 months, one real estate agent's podcast has generated over 63 referrals to other agents! His podcast has now become a go-to resource for consumers to learn about the home buying process in a zero-pressure, on-demand way.

This week, David Sidoni, the #HowToBuyAHomeGuy joins the Massive Agent Podcast to share how he has leveraged his consumer-facing podcast to generate a crap load of referrals, and boost his credibility and stature in the eyes of the consumer. 

But we also talk about HOW to start a real estate podcast. We talk about

  • What kind of microphone do you need?
  • What is a podcast host? Which one should you use?
  • What do you do with the audio once it's recorded?
  • How do you promote your podcast to grow your audience?
  • What resources are available to edit and produce the podcast if you don't want to do it yourself?

This episode is for any real estate agent who has ever wanted to start their own show, but either didn't know how or just couldn't figure out what to do their show about.


Our Guest : David Sidoni

David Sidoni, the #HowtoBuyaHomeGuy, gives you the playbook on the dos and don’ts of buying your first house. From planning for the big step year ahead of time, right down to the nitty-gritty of the actual transaction, David explains how to plan, prepare for, and ultimately navigate the home buying process for those that don’t have a clue on how this all works. With 85 first time buyer home sales himself over 13 years (as of Nov. 2019), David is still active in helping buyers in Orange County, California; but after years of seeing so many first time buyers get ignored and mistreated by the real estate industry, he decided to start a revolution and give you the ultimate instructional “How To” for the biggest and most important financial transaction of your life.  As of November 11, 2019, he has helped 6 podcast listeners find a “unicorn agent” in their area and close on their first home, and has 63 other referrals planning with pros.

How To Buy a Home Guy

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Dustin Brohm

Author Dustin Brohm

Dustin Brohm, the Host of the Massive Agent Podcast, is a Realtor in Salt Lake City, Utah w/ the Search Salt Lake team, a real estate media company, brand, and team that he founded. Dustin is a sought after speaker and trainer in the real estate industry. He was a speaker at Inman Connect San Fran 2017, and a contributor, blogger, speaker, host of a local show called the Salt Lake Insider show, and a non-real estate media company by the same name, Salt Lake Insider. His work has been published on prominent real estates sites like the Zillow blog, RISMedia, HomeLight, Onion Juice Podcast, Real Estate Uncensored, Future of Real Estate, Realtor.org, Inman, RESAAS, Adwerx, Zurple, and more. Dustin recently launched the Massive Agent Society, a powerful all-inclusive lead gen training system for Realtors and Loan Officers, and exclusive referral network, in April 2018.

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