About Daniel Beer

Daniel is a San Diego real estate agent focusing on Santaluz homes for sale. He also has a passion for helping people moving to San Diego and introducing them to the city he loves.

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Geek Build IDX Interview – Displet Founder Eric Bramlett

Geek Build IDX Interview – Displet Founder Eric Bramlett

Drew Meyers and I spent an hour with Eric Bramlett discussing the ins and outs of the Displet IDX and how the Geek Build participants may apply it for their new real estate sites.  Below is the totally unedited conversation between the three of us…

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Lead Optimization – How Many Is Too Many?

Lead Optimization – How Many Is Too Many?

We claw, scratch, fight, pinch, kick, and do just about anything else to be high on the lead food chain.   There are countless posts, articles, and columns offering advice on how to get real estate leads and where to get them.  But what is seldom…

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220 Deals Per Year Thanks To The Internet – Inside Look

220 Deals Per Year Thanks To The Internet – Inside Look

I have recently gotten to know a real estate professional named Michael Pannell that has made a big mark on Dallas real estate through the use of the Internet.  His team generates 220+ deals per year and 97% of it comes from organic search engine…

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Q&A With Displet.com Founder, Eric Bramlett – Custom RETS/IDX Solution

Q&A With Displet.com Founder, Eric Bramlett – Custom RETS/IDX Solution

A positive byproduct of my quest to revamp my personal website is that I came in contact with some great companies that will be the innovators of tomorrow’s real estate tech industry.  One website designer and custom IDX provider that caught my eye in a…

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Interview With PropertyBase.com Account Exec Ricky Fernandez

Interview With PropertyBase.com Account Exec Ricky Fernandez

I have noticed a big increase in agents awareness of the need for a great real estate CRM.  It seems like the industry is no longer satisfied with what has been popular for many years and is now demanding more. I know I’m not, which…

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To Build or Not To Build Small Community Sites

To Build or Not To Build Small Community Sites

At a recent real estate marketing conference that I attended, they pushed the idea of building multiple community sites that are laser focused on one area to compliment your big central site.  I thought the idea was interesting and worth consideration but I am not…

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A Brutally Honest Case Study

A Brutally Honest Case Study

For a weeks I have been searching high and low, attending webinars and a two day marketing conference, scouring through forums, spending countless hours on the phone with vendors, and countless more Googling everything and anything I could think of to reinvent my site that…

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Online Auctions For Traditional Equity Sales

Online Auctions For Traditional Equity Sales

When I say the words “real estate auction” what comes to mind?  If you are like most others, you will think of a distressed sale where there may be a deal to be had. It also creates a sense of urgency.  You may feel like…

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Why I Eliminated The Word "Listing" From My Vocabulary

Why I Eliminated The Word "Listing" From My Vocabulary

Are you a listing agent?  I sure am not.  Rather, I am a marketing agent.  I don’t list property.  I create strategic marketing plans.  I directly influence the sales process on behalf of sellers. The word “listing” completely devalues the work of an effective real…

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The Most Profitable Keywords In Real Estate

The Most Profitable Keywords In Real Estate

I have been networking with agents over the last few weeks about marketing their business online.  Despite the fact that they all came from different backgrounds, ages, genders, and just about anything else you could think of, there was one commonality amongst them all, which…

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