Mastering the Conversion Code: Series on Converting & Closing More Leads than Ever Before

Do you work in an industry that receives inbound sales leads? Are you looking to “work on your sales game” and become a more efficient and professional closer? If so, then “Mastering the Conversion Code,” a 10 part series is for you. Over the next 10 blog posts, you will learn the inside secrets of […]

Could This Be the Smartest Fitness Watch of them All?

I have owned an Apple Watch since they first came out in the Spring of 2015 and, for the most part, I love it. The only area that I am skeptical of is it’s fitness tracking. When I wear both my Apple Watch and my Jawbone Up 3, I get very different reads as to […]

How To Create a Geographic Farm & Win More Listings

June 22, 2017

Stop spending your days weaving your way back and forth across town for showings, listing appointments, and open houses. Instead, shift your focus and marketing efforts to a geographic farm from which you can solicit the bulk of your business and make meeting your next client as simple as hopping over a few streets. This […]

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Mastering the Conversion Code: Series on Converting & Closing More Leads than Ever Before

March 31, 2017

Do you work in an industry that receives inbound sales leads? Are you looking to “work on your sales game” and become a more efficient and professional closer? If so, then “Mastering the Conversion Code,” a 10 part series is for you. Over the next 10 blog posts, you will learn the inside secrets of […]

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3 Seller Tips to Avoid Home Inspection Nightmares

March 16, 2017

Selling a home can be a stressful experience for most homeowners. It’s your job as an agent to keep sellers calm and focused on the big picture; however, when it comes to home inspections, most homeowners aren’t used to having a stranger peer into their attic, open every cupboard and closet or test every appliance. […]

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Could This Be the Smartest Fitness Watch of them All?

March 29, 2016

I have owned an Apple Watch since they first came out in the Spring of 2015 and, for the most part, I love it. The only area that I am skeptical of is it’s fitness tracking. When I wear both my Apple Watch and my Jawbone Up 3, I get very different reads as to […]

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6 Steps to Handling a Negative Online Review

January 27, 2016

“What is the best way to handle a negative review”  is always one of the biggest questions that I get asked when I speak about reputation management. It is indeed a very important topic to handle, and time is of the essence when defending your reputation. When I saw this article by the Founder Society, […]

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6 Really Cool Wearables & Smart Home Tech Items You Probably Never Heard of

January 18, 2016

If smart home tech was the theme of 2014, then wearables were definitely all the rage in 2015. And this market, like smart home technology, is growing larger by the day. It seemed that as soon as Apple threw its hat in the ring with the Apple Watch last year, more companies wanted in on […]

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My Favorite Wearables for 2015

December 22, 2015

Whether you are going to be receiving a bunch of gift cards at Christmas, or if you haven’t finished your shopping yet, I wanted to give you a few good ideas of what you could buy with your money. If you are into wearable tech as much as I am, or if you just want […]

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Still Looking for that Perfect Gift for Your Pet? Try One of These Wearables for Pets

December 21, 2015

People love their pets. In fact, they love their pets so much they spend billions each and every year on birthday and Holiday gifts for them. As Christmas Day approaches, many owners are still wondering what to buy their furry friend for that special day? With the advancements in wearable technology, companies and marketers are […]

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Want to Correct Your Posture? Try this Wearable Smart Shirt

December 8, 2015

Back problems can be caused by many factors, but one of the leading causes is bad posture. If you have a desk job and find yourself with an aching back at day’s end, it could be due to poor posture. What can be done to correct it? Better posture, for one. But how will you know […]

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A Wearable that can help Your Brain Relax

December 8, 2015

Wearables such as the Fitbit or the Apple Watch have become popular in terms of health and fitness tracking, as well as making it easier (in the case of the Apple Watch) to read and respond to e-mails and text messages. Just when you thought you’ve seen it all in wearable technology, think again. Or […]

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