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Simple Tips for Real Estate Blogging Success – NAR Annual Convention 2012

From “Blogging for Real Estate Business” at the National Association of REALTORS Annual Convention 2012, a few simple tips to put you on the road to blogging success. Are you interested in starting a blog but writing about the same old/same old real estate content just doesn’t inspire you? Successful bloggers keep their heads around many different aspects of the world around them – but most important is being able to write compelling and engaging content on a consistent basis over time.

Creating a Public-Facing Facebook Profile – NAR Annual Convention 2012

From “Your Facebook Business Page is Worthless” at the National Association of REALTORS Annual Convention, 2012: How to optimize your Facebook personal profile for public viewing, using the tools Facebook gives you, to create a public-facing profile. Let your potential clients find you on Facebook and get to know you before they even meet you but still retain your privacy. Start being truly social on social media, build trust and credibility with consumers, and reap the benefits almost immediately.

Driving Traffic To Your Blog Via Social Media – NAR Annual Convention 2012

From ” Blogging for Real Estate Business” at the National Association of REALTORS Annual Convention 2012: Consistent blog content can enhance your website’s SEO strength, keep your clients updated with fresh and relevant information, and bring you new business. Here, take a look at how to master cross-promotions over your other social media platforms, integrating your blog content with Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, LinkedIn and more!

Taking a Page from the Hospitality Industry, with Maura Neill and Chef Ron Eyester – RETSO 2012

A lively chat with one of Atlanta’s most successful restauranteurs, Ron Eyester, about what it takes to create A+ customer experience design. From creating an amazing, one-of-a-kind customer experience to dealing with negativity in online review channels and social media, there’s a lot that REALTORS can learn from the hospitality business.