This is a commonly asked question among real estate agents and brokerages. Social media sites are great tools to grow your SOI (sphere of influence), to connect, show value, and get to know others in your community. Notice I never mentioned offering your services. Be guilty of that and you’ll develop a less than favorable […]
Learning How to Use Twitter in Your Business! What is Twitter? Often described as public Instant Messenger on steroids, Twitter is micro-blogging in 140 characters. Common “Tweets” include pithy comments, mundane babbling to high-value information and content distribution. The point of Twitter is to be personal and build relationships! Remember, that’s what social media is […]
A few weeks ago, Bobby and I were invited to host a special “Guest Expert” webinar to be held on Tuesday, Feburary 24th for Michael Russer’s Online Dominance program. Today, while speaking with Michael, we decided to open this up to all agents, not just those in Online Dominance.
It seems Twitter is all the buzz right now. My relationship with Twitter, like many, has been an interesting journey. At first, I was like so many other Twitter doubters. I even quoted the famous line of “I don’t get Twitter. Does anyone really care that I am eating breakfast or brushing my teeth?” I […]
Recently I’ve been sharing recently with our Dakno clients and my friends over at Active Rain about the need to expand their Internet presence by exploring the awesome applications available on the iPhone. Yes, you to can begin to broaden your web presence by using the tools that power the iPhone apps. Map It Anyway! […]
The ActiveRain Customizer Project has been extremely successful. However, there are a few people who seem to have had a few problems successfully customizing their blog. With this in mind, I have written a quick FAQs post to hopefully clear up some issues. If you are interested in obtaining free technical support, please read through […]
I recently wrote a post on how to Customize your ActiveRain blog. But my original approach required digging into CSS and HTML. I quickly realized that this could be over the heads of some people in the Active Rain community. So I went back to the drawing board and developed a way for ActiveRain users […]