The AgencyLogic blog details news, opinion and information about anything to do with real estate, marketing and technology. Daily content from AgencyLogic CEO Stephen Fells may not always be politically correct but it is always useful, interesting and educational. Joined by guest contributors and thought leaders in real estate the blog content extends to social media, real estate and technology trends and ever popular 'just for fun' posts.
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This brief (but could have been briefer….) video explains how you can share content with a specific group of people, in this case ‘friends’, versus publicly. The same methodology applies to other audiences including lists and ‘only me’ although we can’t work out why you would share something with...
The National Association of REALTORS has several YouTube channels and last week they added over twenty agent interviews covering a multitude of subjects. This very brief video asks REALTORS Vicki Bretthauer and John Bretthauer “how do you use social media?” To see all of the videos visit the Re...
In the following video Jonathan Smoke, chief economist for realtor.com®, discusses housing market trends and mortgage rates for 2015.
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Just how far should a real estate agent go when they need to sell a home? It seems, based on this video, that Australia based Neo Property is prepared to take things a lot farther than most... The video is part of a single property Website created by the company (www.15queenannecourt.com.au) an...
Because we all need to laugh and not take life too seriously we highlight lot's of 'Just For Fun" posts. Here's a great one that we love for lots of reasons. Not only is it funny but it's also a great community video. REALTOR Penny McLaughlin proves marketing can be fun and effective. We wish we...
September is REALTOR Safety Month but real estate agents always need to be vigilant and consider the inherent risks that are an unfortunate part of the job. Last week REALTOR Magazine released the following video which provides a few simple steps you can take to decrease those risks. Also che...