How $12.50 Can Get You Mortgage Customers

How $12.50 Can Get You Mortgage Customers

90%+ of online buyers are simply looking for a mortgage banker they can trust.

And one of the best ways you can do that is through creating engaging mortgage blog content!

Think about it: What do you do when you have a question about something new? You Google it! And blog content is usually what appears in the top search results.


You’re probably thinking:

I don’t have time for blogging. I barely have time to run all my mortgage applications.

And that’s fine!

Because I’m going to show you exactly how you can get high quality, helpful mortgage articles for $12.50 a week.


Now you’re probably thinking:

How can adding 1 blog a week get me ACTUAL mortgage buyers? And I was skeptical too when I first started with blogging and online marketing.

But here’s a recent story from a client who used this method:


“We just picked up a new buyer client who found us on Zillow, then went to our site, loved what they saw on our blog, emailed us through the contact link, and BAM!!!! New buyer client, out of thin air, that we’ve never met before!!!!”


Your only source of being unique online is how much you’re able to help buyers.  Basically, you’re in a competition with other mortgage bankers to out educate the populous.

And it’s not that hard.

95% of mortgage bankers will stick with their “cookie cutter” lender’s website and never update it with a single extra helpful thing.

Being helpful is easy. You can do it on iWriter for around $12.50 an article!

And here is exactly how to do that:

1) Go To and Find A Helpful Article You Like:

The key with outsourcing is to instruct as much as possible. So, it helps to find a stellar example to show them. And that’s pretty easy on Zillow’s blog. They have good 750 word articles that would be more than helpful to the average visitor on your website.

Find one you like. And save the URL.

2) Go To And Submit This Exact Screen:

3) Post The Finished Product On Your Blog And Promote It On Social Media:

The final part of this entire process is sharing your new content on social media.

I highly recommend using a system like Buffer or Hootsuite where you can automatically share articles.  You should really focus on posting content consistently to Facebook, Twitter, G+, LinkedIn, and Pinterest. These networks get a lot of engagement and can drive traffic back to your website.

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Author Nick Magiera

Mortgage Banker by trade, Nick Magiera epitomizes integrity, energy, hard work, and creative service in every detail of the real estate transaction. Nick is a family man with a devotion to God, his beautiful wife & his adorable Bernese Mountain Dog.

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