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Zap is a customer relationship management (CRM) system for agents. It’s your central hub for managing your online leads, sphere of influence, and website marketing.
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Log into Zap here: https://new.myzap.com/. Your username is typically set up in the format of [firstname.lastname@example.org].
Zap is part of a technology ecosystem offered by your company or brand. By default, it works directly with common broker tools, such as Dash and LeadRouter. For example, any lead your broker directs to you through LeadRouter will appear in Zap.
Zap also integrates with third-party tools, such as Dotloop or Gmail so you can capture transactions, emails, and other essentials. You can access any of these third-party integrations from the ZapStore.
Apple iPhones and Android phones come with built-in features for manually blocking specific phone numbers; mobile carriers offer their own blocking services as well. Along with several third-party apps, these services strive to block telemarketing calls by detecting and filtering out spam calls. Many of these services alert customers when an incoming call is likely spam, lets them report unsolicited numbers, and can automatically block robocalls based on a set level of risk, or a list of known offenders. The apps try to identify each incoming call, especially those from unfamiliar numbers, so the customer recognizes if it’s legitimate or not.
While these services attempt to let through calls that customers want to receive, occasionally these services may block phone calls that are not spam, which their customers want to receive. A small number of Zap calls are being impacted by these services and are identified as “robo calls.” If you suspect that you are not receiving lead calls from Zap, please review your blocked call settings on your mobile phone and log into your mobile account, or third-party robo call service account, and unblock the following numbers:
Cartus USAA: 959-200-8722
Cartus HES: 203-456-2836
For directions on how to unblock “blocked” numbers, or remove numbers from a spam blocking system, please contact your cell carrier or third-party blocking service provider.
There are two categories of leads in Zap: agent leads and broker leads. Broker leads are generated by your company or brokerage. Each broker designates whether or not to distribute leads, and each brokerage adheres to its own lead distribution rules.
Go into your Lead and Notification settings to opt in to receiving broker leads and/or designate when you are available to receive broker leads.
You may not be receiving broker leads because 1) you are out of compliance or 2) your broker has not distributed new leads. Each brokerage sets its own compliance rules to make sure agents are keeping up with their leads. If you are out of compliance, your broker may be temporarily withholding new leads.
To update compliance, locate the section Updates Due on your dashboard.
If you are in compliance and still haven’t received new leads, your broker may not be distributing leads at this time. Contact your broker for more info.
Zap will never sell or trade your contact data to any third party. Your contacts are your contacts.
As a CRM software, we want you to keep organized and in touch with your best clients. Nurture your contacts in Zap and if at anytime you need to transfer your database, we’ll let you delete any agent contacts and/or export them to a CSV file.
Clients will need to be directed to your referral link or logged into an account in order to see your marketing. Clients using mobile will need to download your mobile app.
Once your client has created an account, add your client as a contact to ensure they are associated with you.
Contacts you’ve added will see you as their primary agent. However, once a contact searches outside of your service area, they may see another agent. Your contacts may also see insights or listings by other agents, depending on their search. Learn more about agent marketing from our Knowledge Base.
The Reminders section on your dashboard includes any reminders you’ve set for yourself or a contact. This includes:
To clear a reminder, click Actions and select to Make a call, Send an email, or Make a note. If you’ve already contacted your client, you can mark a reminder as Already done.
If you are receiving too many reminders, you may want to manage your Follow-up Plans from the Follow-up Plan Library.