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Social Marketing, Real Estate Blogging, RainMaker, Public Blogging, RainMaker Upgrade, Why Should I Become A RainMaker?, Real Estate Marketing, House for sale,

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2011 

So, you heard that ActiveRain is a great place for real estate agents? It is! But, ActiveRain - It's not just for Real Estate Agents. It's for anyone involved in the industry.   Do you know someone that is a great handyman? Have you ever referred them to a friend in need of home repairs? ActiveRa...
Posted over 3 years ago
Wait! What? Why on earth should you Update and Edit your Profile on a Regular Basis? "I spent all that time when I signed up entering all that information and now you want me to change it?"   Yup.....Please allow me to tell you why. Maybe you first signed up with ActiveRain a few years back, in t...
Posted over 3 years ago
This goes out to all the ActiveRain members.......Yes, RainMakers too! Don't be afraid to Change your Profile Picture once in a while. We're in a new year with a new business plan and new goals. Why not a new picture? And this goes for facebook, twitter, linked in, and any other social media tha...
Posted over 3 years ago
A career as a Real Estate agent is hard enough work as it is. On top of everything else I have to do, "Why should I become a RainMaker?" Well, I'll tell you why. Lately I have been searching for homes online. Typing in various search terms for different areas and all I keep coming across are webs...
Posted over 3 years ago
  As a Social Marketing Trainer for Active Rain it is my job to contact our non - RainMakers and explain how they can market their listings and services on ActiveRain. "I'm just checking it out right now.........Maybe next month." I hear this all the time.   So you took the first step because so...
Posted over 3 years ago
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Sam Fischer

Real Estate Marketing - Spokane, WA
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