Articles in the Real Estate Technology Category
RISMedia Partners with Pinnacle Quest Consulting to Manage its Top 5 in Real Estate platform; Appoints Verl Workman as President
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Pinnacle Quest Consulting today announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Dave Beson Seminars
Career Development, General, Lead Gen/Prospecting, Real Estate Technology, Social Media/Internet »
Hey, real estate agents, want to start making it rain again? Get your head in the clouds! As I speak to agents all over the country, I am amazed how many are still frustrated with this economy. It doesn’t have to be that way! My new seminar called “Get Your Head In the Cloud and Make it Rain!” explains why.
Advertising/Marketing, Featured Post, General, Real Estate Technology, Real Estate Trends, Video »
Each generation is unique – they react differently to and change what previous generations have done over time. With this understanding in mind, I find it valuable to not only appreciate where our own generation, and those generations before us, has come from, but also what to expect and how to work with the coming generations. Each generation approaches challenges differently and as a result, solutions are obtained differently. That is not to say that one solution is better than another, it is just to make note that if a …
As a Real Estate Virtual Assistant, I am often asked about using video to market real estate listings, to show neighborhoods and just for general marketing purposes…I always like to stay “in the know” on topics of interest to real estate agents, so I recently attended SMM Camp #7 – which focused 3 hours of intense training on video marketing (I had 7 pages of notes!). I condensed some of the most important tidbits and general information into this brief video.
There is an increasing departure from traditional offices with a move into cloud computing. In cloud computing, the word “cloud” is a metaphor for “the Internet,” so the phrase describes computing services (servers, storage, applications, etc.) that are delivered to an organization’s computers and devices through the Internet.
Customers pay for services on an as- needed, pay-per-use business model in which the cloud provider maintains the infrastructure, not the individual user. This virtualization of resources won’t, however, occur overnight. The single biggest hurdle to overcome is the difficulty in delivering …
As economist Hal Varian noted, in the early days of the Internet, every web page had in its footer, “Copyright 1996 Do not redistribute.” Now, a decade and a half later, those same pages have at their core a social aspect listed as “Copyright 2011 Click here to share with friends.” As a result, we find that sharing and storing all the information online, as opposed to a walled garden policy of guarding information, has become the golden standard for information access online. This shift speaks volumes to not only …