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January 23, 2007

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Risa and David Weiss

Can you believe people are just now figuring out what we have been saying for what? Going on 2 years now?

Too bad we're already past the typical "blogging thing" and moving further around the curve to video and other embedded multimedia experiences that are richer and more appropriate for our audiences.

And when the rest of the world catches on to that, we will have found something else to aspire to.

But that's only part of the story. The other part is how to use the forward thinking strategically (or strategerally, given that today was the SOTU speech) and in a compelling way to earn and close more business.

Don't you agree? I'm sure you do, because I know how you think.

Tim O'Keefe

I missed the GW speech so I am lost on what SOTU means. lol

Yah I agree. You know I do.

It just frustrates me why one would spend such energy to write about subjects that the people holding the cash could careless about.

Tim O'Keefe

It must have been late when I posted (yah thats the ticket).
State of the Union (SOTU) Geez

Teresa Boardman

This is not new. Most of the real estate bloggers started some months after I did and now they are talking about local content, like it is a big new idea. The content published in the active rain members only section is for members and not for the general public, I think you should respect that.

Laura Kaan

You hit the nail on the head. Most of use blogging as a tool for our business. We are able to expand our reach for potential clients, we learn, we network, and blogging helps drive traffic to our websites. Most of us don't blog just to chat. We are all too busy to just needlessly chat online, unless it has a purpose.

Ryan Ward

I am new to the web aspects of real estate marketing as I have only been doing it for about four months. I couldn't agree with you more that what you write about in your blog has to be local. While I surf other blogs myself as an agent, people that I will be doing business are sure to want to know about the local market first. I can't believe someone would call this a revolutionary concept!

Red sea real estate

Real estate bolgging is a very important way to raise the cuktural of real estate proccess


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sharm el sheikh real estate

I think that local blogging will not help so much like wrld blogging

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