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My main website is built on a TypePad blog, so I receive their newsletter. Today they had a great post about how to come up with new blog topics. I often sit here, staring blankly at my computer screen, willing my fingers to type…I’m sure that lots of you do as well. If you blog on a regular basis, give yourself a pat on the back…you deserve it!
If you need some help to replenish your blog topic repitoire, read on…you’re like the rest of us
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Business Planning, General, Lead Gen/Prospecting, Real Estate Technology, Social Media/Internet »
There are many real estate website solution providers out there today. And of course there’s also the option of going with a custom website. This is an expensive options, but if you can afford it, I say do it – right. Make sure you take the time to check references and google results for this person or company that says they can build you your dream site. If all the sites in their portfolio are doing not so well on Google, why would you want them involved with your site? You wouldn’t. That said, if you cannot afford a custom site, which most agents cannot, I suggest you go with Advanced Access. I have nothing to gain by recommending them…no affiliate code or anything. And I know they have had their issues in the past as all growing solut
Broker Profitability, Business Planning, Buying & Selling A Home, Featured Post, General, Lead Gen/Prospecting, Real Estate Technology, Social Media/Internet »
This is a follow up article to my September 3, 2008 article entitled “It’s That Time Again…” We’ve all heard the song, The 12 Days of Christmas, and of course this article is just a useful play on that. Don’t waste one of the biggest marketing opportunities out there, implement as many of my 12 “Ways” as possible to see the maximum outcome and to get 2009 off to a great start! Here we go…
Business Planning, Buying & Selling A Home, Commercial Real Estate, Featured Post, General, Lead Gen/Prospecting, Real Estate Technology, Real Estate Trends »
Not necessarily, they are very different sites. But the fact is, that in my reading over the weekend, I saw that Craigslist gets more hits than Realtor.com – are all those visitors there to buy real estate? No. But many are. Or they are looking for rentals, or they are potential sellers looking to see what agents are being pro-active in their marketing efforts for when they are ready to sell their home. The bottom line is that’s a lot of traffic and if you’re not taking advantage of it, I don’t see how you can be doing your best for your clients.
Oh, come on…you knew it was only a matter of days before someone started guilting you into thinking about what you are going to do this year for your holiday card and / or gift giving to all your clients. So, let’s just get it over with – it’s time to start thinking about it, let’s just get it done.
Christine Wade lives in Southern California, where the real estate market is anything but boring! In March of 2000 she left her career as a Procurement Manager with an electronic component distributor that serviced Fortune 500 OEM Manufacturers to open her own business as a Private Procurement Company. In the process of setting up her business and doing her online research she stumbled across a “new” industry, Virtual Assistance, and never looked back.