by Drew Meyers on 10:00 am January 9, 2018
I came across the Seattle Times’ Traffic Lab this weekend. Specifically, this research piece — which led me to One Center City. This data is all public. My question to the industry: why aren’t you curating & delivering this content to local residents? Shouldn’t my real estate agent (if I had one) be the one ensuring I know everything I need to know about what’s happening in my city?
by Drew Meyers on 10:33 am November 15, 2017
Once again, you can look to The Evergrey for inspiration in local. Looking for content ideas for your hyper local blog/website? A local podcast roundup for your city (or neighborhood). For a fantastic example, head over and have a look at Everygrey’s ” 10 podcast episodes that’ll teach you something new about Seattle”. Doing the research to put together a local podcast episode resource such as this is something I believe every agent and broker would be wise to invest in. PS: Why brokerages and teams aren’t investing in … Read More »
by Michael Price on 4:02 pm March 2, 2017
I recently started a new job, and while getting the lay of the land regarding my role and responsibilities, I have made a commitment to myself and the new clients I will work with in the future. It’s time to dump the alphabet soup and begin communicating in a way that sets a different tone. I am talking about the acronym conundrum. How many conversations have you been a part of where the other person rattles off terms like SAAS, CRM, SEO, MVP, etc.? If … Read More »
by Paul Coffman on 6:00 am March 23, 2012
My interaction with IDX solutions has been an ongoing process for almost 20 years as a Real Estate company owner and as a Web Designer/SEO expert. To clarify up front, I am not employed by Real Geeks nor by any other IDX company. I was an active Broker in Charge of my own Real Estate firm on the coast of North Carolina for 16 years. My firm acted as an Exclusive Buyer’s Agency, and therefore we had no listings, no inventory and no way to … Read More »