The Lastest From The Geek Estate Blog
In our latest real estate tech entrepreneur interview, we’re speaking with Jatinder Singh, founder of Botplan. Without further ado… What do you do? I am the founder and CEO of Botplan. Botplan is a Real Estate Chatbot company. Our software is a white label chatbot that Real Estate Agents and Brokers can install on their Websites, Facebook, and SMS to engage traffic to these channels and convert more of that traffic into Leads. What problem does your product/service solve? There are 2 Million Real Estate … Read More »
We’ve now published seven Geek Estate founding member interviews; Jennifer Kjellgren, Sep Niakan, Eileen Romito, Ryan Coon, Caroline Pinal, Joel Leslie, David Marc Harris, and Seth Siegler. The interviews are meant to give you a taste of current business priorities, products and trends to watch in 2018, and what they enjoy about being a Geek Estate mastermind member. Our ninth interview is with Dan Green at Growella. Without further ado… What is Growella? Growella publishes problem-solving financial content for high-intent consumers. To reach its audience, Growella uses a mix of interactive tools, empathic how-to articles, and high-value human interest … Read More »
The purpose of Geek Estate’s mastermind community is two fold: Curate the most incredible and diverse membership of real estate innovators, creatives, doers, and creators in the world. Make our members wildly successful in their careers building real estate companies. This week’s member newsletter (#29) touched on several topics. Minting cash buyers (Ribbon launched last week), luxury travel, and smart homes. On the topic of Ribbon, I’ll leave you with this: The ginormous idea sitting inside Ribbon that I see? Creating a moving experience where you just “select” the … Read More »
I’ve honestly never been a big fan of Uber as a company (I’m long Lyft), but the following video about urban mobility got my excited about the future of transportation (and cities): Slowly, but surely, Uber is changing their public perception and positioning themselves as a thought leader on transportation. Well done (for their sake). That said — who is thinking about the convergence of the future of cities, and the future of real estate? I’d love to chat with anyone who is, as it’s a … Read More »
The latest edition of the Inside Intercom Podcast is with Andrew Chen (a partner at Andreessen Horowitz). Andrew worked in Growth for Uber for several years, and has been writing about growth strategies for many years. One of his popular articles is the law of shitty clickthroughs. Given we’re in a world where there’s no free lunch, founders and marketers need every advantage they can get in terms of marketing and growth. Happy listening.