Back in the stone age (around 2006) social media platforms were new and exciting and exploding into the awareness of individuals and business communities alike. Now, 10 years later, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter have become a ubiquitous part of marketing, and an extension to broadcast media like newspapers, TV, and radio stations as people send in crowd-sourced material, and entertainers and personalities use these platforms as extensions of their shows. But even with large corporations co-opting the conversation in some instances, the magic of social platforms is still best found in the conversations that we have and the real relationships we establish online.
In our hurry up and get it done world of texts and emails and business done from a distance, we sometimes build barriers when we mean to build bridges. If you want to avoid that, then these six simple steps will help you get where you want to go.
With agents trying to differentiate themselves from other real estate professionals, personal branding has become a popular DIY marketing skill for many. And yet a lot of them seem to get it wrong.
Did you ever have a friend that you really like and respect who sometimes drives you crazy? Rob Hahn fills that slot for me. I love talking to Rob, conjecturing about the future of the business and having those long…
The news about the acquisition of Trulia by Zillow seems to have increased focus on Realtor.com’s ad campaign emphasizing the importance of data accuracy to the consumer
The big news this week was the acquisition of Trulia by their rival Zillow for 3.5 Billion dollars.
The real estate world immediately ceased helping people to buy, sell and lease property to discuss what this meant.