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I saw this on Midori Millers Blog and thought it really demonstrated the concept well.

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 Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the importance of blogging and out of the box marketing ideas designed to appeal to this very connected consumer.

Consumer Centric Market & Web 2.0

3 Hour Continuing Education Credit (elective) # E1000

What Centric are you working in?

Understanding the impact of the changing real estate market and the
changing consumer is crucial to an agent’s successful ability
to represent the needs of their clients and customers.

Contact: Monika McGillicuddy (603) 548-7685 Date: November 20

Registration 8:30

Class 9-12

$35.00

Windham NH

Call me if you’re interested in having me come to your board or office to present this seminar.

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Think about this….

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Going to the National Association of REALTORS annual convention in Vegas for a few days. I’m hoping to be able to take in a few training sessions and check out the trade show for the latest and greatest.

See you all when I get back.

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 This has been a busy week training wise for me. I was hired to conduct the Vermont Association of REALTORS Ethics workshop held this past Tuesday.

It was a 6 hour training session geared to those REALTORS who serve on the Grievance and the Professional Standards committee and board of directors. It is required training so most of the attendees “had” to be there. A forced group of participants is always a challenge. My goal was to make them want to be there and do it quickly. I think I succeed!

The morning included an interactive cycle two Quadrennial Ethics class and the afternoon focused on the enforcement process. The time flew by and the verbal feedback was all excellent. I had people tell me that they didn’t expect to enjoy the class…thought it would the same ole same ole and how surprised they were that it was so good and that they learned so much.

When they take the time to wait in line simply to say thank you at the end of the program…you know you reached them.

It ended up being a great day and to top it off they asked me to come back in February to do it again.

Monika McGillicuddy,REALTOR

Serving Southern New Hampshire and Rockingham County

Monika McGillicuddy Real Estate Training

http://monikamcgillicuddy.com/wordpress/

Prudential Verani Realty

Hampstead NH Real Estate

603-548-7728

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Consumer Centric Market & Web 2.0

3 Hour Continuing Education Credit (elective) # E1000

What Centric are you working in?

Understanding the impact of the changing real estate market and the
changing consumer is crucial to an agent’s successful ability
to represent the needs of their clients and customers.

Contact: Monika McGillicuddy (603) 548-7728 Date: November 20

Windham NH

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goldr.jpgI just completed instructing the four day NH Quick Start Agent Training program. We had 16 REALTORS attending from all over NH and even Vermont. It really was the perfect size class for the workshop and location, especially since the room only holds twenty. This also allowed us plenty of space and time for group work and interaction.

Not only do we learn from the instructor but the sharing of information and experience from the participants is priceless.

Particularly in this market where agents need all the tools, ideas and motivation they can get.

I love teaching the Quick Start program because it is so relevant, full of information you can really apply. Sometimes I think because I list and sell real estate for a living it gives me that ability to relate to what being a practicing REALTOR is all about. To know what really works, giving my classes that reality grounded training flavor…I mean I practice what I preach.

The class went real well and I think the four days flew by.

Judging from comments and evaluations the participants all felt it worth while and left excited.

The next NH Quick start program will be in February and while we say it is geared for agents with under 4 years of experience…don’t let that stop you. We had a manger and some experienced people in this last class and they all gained from attending. I’m looking forward to hearing some success stories!!!

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