Archive for November, 2008

New Hampshire REALTORS are you stuck in rut?

Having a hard time connecting to today’s connected consumers?  Want to Blog but don’t know how?

If you answered Yes to any of these Questions then you Need to sign up for these two classes.

December 1st 2008- from 9-12:30

Consumer Centric Market (3 NH ce credits)

Do you know how to connect with today’s consumer? Gen X and Y-The Connected Generation and the Baby Boomers.

Web 2.0 and creating relevancy all equal success!


Location: Granite State South Board of REALTORS

Windham NH

December 8 th 2008- from 9-1

Blogging 101 (NO ce credits)

Are you ready to create your own blog? This is a hand on work shop and all participants will leave with a live blog!

Class is limited and there is a pre-workshop assignment

Pre-registration & payment required $ 55.00

Class will be held at the Granite State South Board of REALTORS

Windham NH

Contact  Jay and Monika to register @ 603-548-7685


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We just got back from the NAR convention in Orlando and what a jam packed event it was…I’m still exhausted! Can you get jet lag just from flying from Orlando to NH??

Check out my blog for high lights and pictures of the convention and my FaceBook page for more wacky photos. Blogging was huge at the convention- just HUGE…if you don’t have a blog you might want to check out some of the very cool Blogs that Jay has built using wordpress.org he is turning into a major Blogmaster!

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NH trainerJay and I will be attending the National Association of REALTORS annual convention in Orlando this week.

I’m pretty excited as I’ll be able to meet a lot of those REALTOR ” mavericks” …those early adapters of social networking and realty blogging. Many of them I know well but have never met face to face. You see they’ve been living in my computer for 2 years!

This years convention will have many web 2.0 type sessions available. We’ll be attending the Cyber Professionals networking sessions and many traditional real estate seminars as well. It should be a very busy convention and I expect to learn a lot while there.

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