A few weeks ago, I received the the following invite from HomeSnap:
I assume I received the email because I’ve traded emails with Tom in the past (he’s a former client at Virtual Results), and all his contacts were sent the same invite.
It doesn’t matter who initiated the email. From the consumer perspective, this is spam sent to me by HomeSnap. Sure, I know Tom. But Tom’s in Michigan, I’m in Seattle. I’m not moving to Michigan. Why would I want him as my agent?
The email doesn’t tell me what HomeSnap is, or what value I’d get from accepting an agent on their platform.
Are these types of emails HomeSnap’s primary marketing strategy?