With the promise of harnessing the potential of AI, we've set out on an ambitious venture that we believe will revolutionize the real estate landscape.
We're well aware of the struggles and challenges that 1.4 million real estate agents face daily. Industry turnover is startling, with nine out of every ten new agents leaving the field. This exodus, we believe, is largely due to the lack of adequate, intuitive tools to manage and grow their businesses.
Taking inspiration from the renowned Ben Caballero, the most productive real estate agent in the USA, The Jills, Miami's top luxury real estate team, Ryan Serhant of New York, Mauricio Umansky in Beverly Hills, and Josh Flagg of Los Angeles, we are crafting a tool that aims to make real estate sales a smoother, more efficient, and highly profitable process.
Consider this - Ben Caballero sold more than 3,500 properties in a year, something unachievable without leveraging technology. Our goal? To replicate such a successful model across all real estate agents by employing the power of AI, giving them the tools they need to choose their commission and improve their profitability.
Our vision takes root in the power of data. A staggering 90% of home buyers begin their journey online, according to a report from the National Association of Realtors. This presents a vast, untapped market for real estate agents to leverage, which our CRM intends to make possible.
Further to this, over 70% of real estate firms cited maintaining data security and keeping up with technology as among their most significant challenges, as reported by the National Association of Realtors. Our platform aims to overcome this, giving agents a secure, up-to-date solution.
Now, let's focus on how we plan to execute this.
The journey we embark upon is far from easy. We're learning the ropes of Facebook's API, aiming to build a fully autonomous machine, a tool that encapsulates the essence of our collective digital marketing experience spanning 26 years.
So, why invest in our $250k seed round? Because we're not just building another CRM. We're reshaping the future of the real estate industry, and we're doing so by taking a leaf out of the playbook of the most successful names in the business.
Join us on this path to empowering real estate agents across the U.S., providing them with the best tools to not just survive but thrive, and in the process, let's make many millions together.
This PRD provides the steps required to integrate the Facebook Ads API with Zapier to create a new Facebook Ads account.
The first step is to create a Facebook App, which will allow us to access the Facebook Ads API.
Once we've created the app, we need to generate a User Access Token.
Please remember to securely store this token, as it is crucial for authorizing your app's API requests.
To ensure uninterrupted, programmatic access, we recommend creating a System User.
Zapier enables you to automate tasks by connecting different apps and services. We will use it to connect with Facebook's API and automate the process of creating ad accounts.
This will be the action that is performed after Zapier receives the webhook.
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Please note that this PRD provides a high-level overview of the process. For detailed instructions and up-to-date information, always refer to the latest documentation for each service.
The purpose of this PRD is to outline the method of creating an integration with the Facebook Ads API. This integration will allow us to programmatically create new ads and accounts, track performance, and manage campaigns.
To use the Facebook Ads API, we must first create a Facebook App. This will provide us with an App ID and App Secret, which we will use to authenticate our requests.
After setting up the app, we need to generate a User Access Token for authentication.
Important: Store this token securely as it grants significant permissions. Also, note that User Access Tokens have a limited lifetime, so you may need to renew the token periodically.
For programmatic access, it's best to use a System User. System Users provide app-level access and do not expire, unlike User Access Tokens.
The following RESTful endpoints are essential for creating new ads and accounts:
For the specific request parameters for each endpoint, refer to the Facebook Ads API Documentation.
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respond as a facebook ads api expertexplain in a PRD how you would build a connection and create new ads and accounts include links, markdown tables and instructions written for nocode prompt engineerswrite the step by step instructions to do this: How to Create a Facebook Ads Account with Zapier and the API