Category: Real Estate

But… That’s SO Web 1.0!

Dan Green over at Bloodhound Blog understands marketing.  Well, I’m sure I’ll find some place and time to be a pain in the ass to him to, but he’s absolutely on the money with this post: Click-throughs from a search engines are not “leads” and that’s why the NAR statistic is misleading.  Until a reader […]

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But… That's SO Web 1.0!

Dan Green over at Bloodhound Blog understands marketing.  Well, I’m sure I’ll find some place and time to be a pain in the ass to him to, but he’s absolutely on the money with this post: Click-throughs from a search engines are not “leads” and that’s why the NAR statistic is misleading.  Until a reader […]

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Positive Vibes

I realized that my first few posts on this brand new blog have been… a tad negative.  While I certainly have no interest in joining some echo-chamber gabfest about how wonderful technology X is for real estate, and how if we just learned how to connect, really, really connect, then everything would be hunky dory, […]

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In Which I Answer Inman’s Question

The Inman blog asks a question: What’s interesting is that it points to a need to rebuild some trust between consumers and the real estate industry. Real estate agents even before the downturn suffered a bad image in the minds of consumers, and with emotions flaring in the midst of this housing recession we’re likely […]

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In Which I Answer Inman's Question

The Inman blog asks a question: What’s interesting is that it points to a need to rebuild some trust between consumers and the real estate industry. Real estate agents even before the downturn suffered a bad image in the minds of consumers, and with emotions flaring in the midst of this housing recession we’re likely […]

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