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Recognized Real Estate Marketing Coach and Consultant to Top Producing Realtors and Agencies. Noted Dakno Marketing Blogger discussing the latest trends in Real Estate Marketing and Web Design

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2008 

  Crystal Coast Vacation Properties Need to be Wired   In today’s hectic go-go 24/7 society, even those on vacation on the Crystal Coast of North Carolina (or anywhere else for that matter) need to be “wired” to access their email and the Internet. Here are the facts; the conclusion of a study c...
02/24/2008
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Many of you conduct business in your hometown. Others, bring a different perspective having relocated to your area. Either way, why not share your perspective in your blog to capitalize on your viewpoint. Having a lot of history in your area or possessing a little both have their advantages. The ...
02/21/2008
Giving It All Away (Well Almost)By now everyone knows Brad and I are forever giving away creative marketing ideas and SEO tips here at Active Rain to help you create more interesting and more productive offline marketing strategies, websites and blogs. We offer similar advice on our Real Estate M...
02/18/2008
I'm sure you have heard the candidates communicate their positions on certain issues either from the news "sound bites" or the debates. But have you really been listening closely to how they communicate their message? If you did, you might learn a lesson in writing compelling, people-centric copy...
02/08/2008
Unfortunately, many of us treat our real estate websites as if they were the "ugly step-sister". Often ignored, except for the occasional uploading of our "featured listings", many real estate websites have become "Cobwebs". This is an old term in the real estate website design business that is d...
02/02/2008
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