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A little help, please! A friend has asked to assist him in creating a white paper for his Masters class. The white paper is on social media and real estate. What resources for best practices (twitter, facebook, blogging) would you suggest? What resources for best online "strategy" would you suggest? Thanks in advance for your two cents!
The yellow feature "call out" at the top of this link points to "Default Text Styling" from GMail's labs feature. PERFECT if you ever wanted to change the default font, font color, etc of your email messages through GMail. Silly, but I have been searching for that ability (on and off) for years.
Mike, while I understand that you believe RPR may be a great value for NAR members, what about those members that, through belonging to a recalcitrant board, are not afforded the full benefits of using RPR? "Great?" I have confidence that Reggie and the RPR crew have built a great product. However, calling a service that not every member can utilize, through no fault of their own, "great member benefit" is a little on the side of hyperbole, don't you think?
Yeah but... what agents are doing to build mobile into their business is really no different that what every human being who has shifted to mobile is doing. Trying to make something out this seems a bit like when agents went and got ePro certifications to express their advanced "e" education. In other words, being Mobile is really, as far as consumers are concerned, no big deal anymore. I mean Taxi drivers use Square. Hair dressers have mobile alert systems for their clients (an app called headsup) -- what I am saying is, the real problem is going to be for those agent who are not mobile to try and articulate their reasons why thy've chose to not work more efficiently. What I am basically saying is, if an agent is truly mobile, building a campaign around it seems silly to me. What they need to do is answer their phone when it rings, be completely paperless (Cartavi, Dotloop, etc., ) and just do it. The consumer will see, feel and know the value by the experience.