NMP Webinar: How to Get Referrals From Facebook Without Begging or Annoying Your Friends and Followers

February 23, 2017
The NMP Webinar: How to Get Referrals From Facebook Without Begging or Annoying Your Friends and Followers, presented by LO Socialbot, will be held Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017 at 2:00 PM EST. Click here to sign up for this FREE Webinar!
Why Loan Officers Need This 45-Minute Webcast
How many loan officers do you know that can say Facebook is a critical referral source? Very few I bet. Yet, according to State of Inbound Marketing, 42 percent of marketers report that Facebook is critical to their business.
During this 45-minute Webcast, you will be shown proven strategies to get social media referrals without selling. Really nothing worse than that guy on Facebook constantly selling their product or service. I know you’ve got one of those friends.
The concepts that will be outlined, if followed, do take work. However, these proven strategies will increase engagement, shares, likes, and of course, referrals.
Let me be clear, you don’t need to buy anything to get referrals from social media.
Company compliance doesn’t allow you to market on social media? hat’s OK…Twe’ve got that covered too. This might seem mind-boggling, but I’ll even share with you how to get compliance revved up about social media marketing.
About the Presenter
Jason Lutz, COO, The TBWS Group 
Jason Lutz started in the mortgage industry 18 years ago as a Secondary Marketing Analyst. A few years later, he became a Loan Originator thinking that he could use his unique skill set as a secondary marketing to his advantage. Jason quickly got a blinding glimpse of the obvious, succeeding as a Loan Originator is a lot more complicated than just knowing the loan products inside and out. He persevered to ultimately become a top originator. Jason went on to start a branch, grow its closings to 15 million a month and ultimately becoming Vice President of a leading mortgage company while growing his regions to over 109 million a month in closings. Looking for a new challenge, Jason went on to Go Daddy where he conceived and launched a product for Shared Hosting to improve web developers experience building websites on WordPress and other open source platforms. As COO of Derivian Group, Jason is responsible for developing technology to help grow 1,000's of loan originators’ business, grow companies loan officer footprint, while improving the consumer’s experience.