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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?
I am not an agent so my view is more from a home buyers perspective. I really don't care how "mobile" you are nor do I really know what that is supposed to mean to me as a home buyer. What I do care about is your responsiveness to my needs. If that means you need to be mobile to meet my needs, OK. If you can do that from an office location, OK. To me, this is about putting yourself in my shoes and understanding what's important to me. I don't know or care where you are answering my questions or helping me from, I only care that you are there when I need you. So, from my perspective, telling me you are mobile does not mean much unless you explain how this is going to make you serve my needs better. The important part here is how you are meeting my needs, not that your mobile so that is really the key to the message, not the mobile part.
Is this candy? Is this the candy to draw people away from the BuyFolio post? I like the fact that people in that conversation have evolved from the point of arguing that Zestimates are not accurate. Still laughing.