Leveraging the growth in audio learning, Better Homes and Garden’s Real Estate have launched a brand-new training resource for their network, the REcharge podcast.
The unlisted podcast is exclusive for their network of affiliates and contains a raft of content including the latest in real estate news, coaching sessions from industry experts, sales and prospecting training and more.
Andy Reid Head of Training for Combined Franchise Services, which powers the Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate brand, explained the growing popularity of podcasts and the desire for people to listen to educational material whilst driving, exercising or multi-tasking, drove the brand to implement the new training solution.
Mr Reid said, “We are exceptionally excited to have launched this exclusive podcast to the BHGRE network. Learning and development is extremely important for our agents and this new podcast creates an additional means by which members of the BHGRE network can access training material.”
The network’s feedback on the new podcast has been resoundingly positive. Within 24 hours of the launch the podcast had had over 32 downloads and in less than three weeks this number grew to over 535 downloads.
The unlisted podcast has over 35 episodes exclusively available for members of the BHGRE network and will continue to release a minimum of two new episodes weekly.
The launch of the new podcast complements BHGRE’s array of training resources already available, such as the Be Better University and monthly training programs being facilitated by leading industry professionals.
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