Real Estate Technology SOlutions – RETSO 5.0 – It’s for Doers…. For the last several years I have been hearing bits and pieces about RETSO and even dropped in via webcasts on some of the event sessions to see what this conference was all about. I have attended Inman Connect, NAR, REBarCamps all over the […]
And it’s here – the iPad2 will officially be available March 11, 2011 in your nearby Apple Store! Amid much hoopla and an on stage appearance by Steve Jobs, the 2nd generation version of the device was rolled out. There was no live-streaming of this event but devotee’s kept Twitter streams informed with blow by […]
website revamp and deliverables.
Last week I attended my first blogging conference. Got a few weird looks and strange glances when I mentioned why I would not be at a particular office meeting, but hey, I do this to learn, meet, mingle, and find new and better ways to contact, communicate, and collaborate. (I like that ring). I firmly believe the way we communicate is changing with the tools that Web 2.0/3.0 brings.
I have only had the iPhone 3GS for about a month now and this was a great test for it to see how it performs as a business tool for this guy. My primary observation….
If you join the world of Twitter here are a few key things to remember and some tips to help find value in the time you spend there.
I was recently asked by a Realtor publication to contribute to an article being put together on Social Media and how agents just getting started could use it effectively. After some noodling and refining, it’s pretty apparent that these are guidelines that could apply to anyone seeking another avenue to stay in touch. So here are Tony’s Guidelines for Social Media Etiquette.
Can you feel it? The wind blowing the sweat off your arms faster than you can produce it. The handlebars lightly yielding to your requests. The Spandex shorts clinging to the thighs that you kept in excellent condition over the long winter. The helmet that you longed to get out of storage. The sunglasses that keep the bugs from your eyes. The feeling of pavement under your tire.
TweetRide 3 kicks off Thursday 5/7/9 @ 1:00 pm from Navy Pier. We will head south along the Lake for 8-10 miles and return. Pictures from ride are up!
You hear about it more and more lately – social media, social networking, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Flicker, blogs, and on and on. Are they timewasters for kids, cliques for uber geeks, places for people to exhibit themselves, brag or expound on any given subject? The answer could be yes, but I am finding it is so much more, if approached with an open mind.