Post Archives from the ‘Technology Tips for Realtors’ Category



Did Steve Jobs Smile or Yawn Today?

Posted on: March 8th, 2012 by
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If you have turned on your computer (and I am pretty sure you have if you are reading this) or television today then you no doubt have heard that the iPad3 was released today.  Apple's newest release of the tablet that started it all has some great new features and advances that may keep the other tablets scrambling for market share.  Some of the biggest Continue reading the story "Did Steve Jobs Smile or Yawn Today?"

How High is Your Real Estate Website’s Bounce Rate?

Posted on: February 21st, 2012 by
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So yesterday I wrote about 2 ways you can lower your website’s bounce rate off page, and today I am going to give you 3 ways to lower your real estate website’s bounce rate on page. Let’s get right into it! 1. Purpose Your Page.  Each page of your website should have one clear purpose.  I’m not saying that you cannot have secondary purposes on your page, Continue reading the story "How High is Your Real Estate Website’s Bounce Rate?"

How High Is Your Real Estate Website’s Bounce Rate?

Posted on: February 17th, 2012 by
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The bounce rate for your website is the percentage of visitors who leave your website after looking at just one page or only stay on the site for a few seconds.  Basically, it is the number of people who decide immediately that your website is not the site they thought it would be. There are many ways to improve your bounce rate both on page and Continue reading the story "How High Is Your Real Estate Website’s Bounce Rate?"

4 Ways to Use Pinterest To Sell More Real Estate

Posted on: February 15th, 2012 by
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Pinterest is perhaps the hottest new social media platform to hit the internet in the past 24 months.  In case you haven't seen it or been exposed to it yet, Pinterest is an image sharing social site, where users can pin images, videos, or even websites on their "boards" for their followers and the world to see.  Reportedly, 70% of Pinterest users are Continue reading the story "4 Ways to Use Pinterest To Sell More Real Estate"

My Password Creation Tip

Posted on: February 7th, 2012 by
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Yesterday, I wrote about Google’s new privacy policy and how Big Brother, I mean Google, will be watching how you use their services and will start customizing your search results based on how you use their other services.  I also recommended that if you use any Google services for business purposes that you open new accounts with those services specifically for your business.  Well, this Continue reading the story "My Password Creation Tip"

Some Helpful Hints for Realtors Regarding Google’s Privacy Policy Change

Posted on: February 4th, 2012 by
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This past week I got the email I’d been hearing about for the previous 10-14 days.  Google sent out their new privacy policy recently to all of their users.  The new policy is intended to ease the burden of having a different privacy policy for every single product they offer.  Google also says the policy will help it to better understand your Continue reading the story "Some Helpful Hints for Realtors Regarding Google’s Privacy Policy Change"

Using Google Voice as Your Real Estate Partner

Posted on: February 3rd, 2012 by
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I know, by now, you've heard of Google Voice, and I hope you jumped on the GV train early and registered your very own Google Voice phone number.  I also hope that you've set up your Google Voice to ring all of your phone numbers.  The fact that someone can dial one number and reach you on any phone number you've set up in your Continue reading the story "Using Google Voice as Your Real Estate Partner"

3 Tips to Protect Yourself when Using Public WiFi

Posted on: January 19th, 2012 by
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We work in a wonderful industry, don't we?  In this digital age, we are afforded the flexibility and freedom to work darn near anywhere and anytime.  At the beach, in the mountains, at the local coffee shop, or at the not so local cafe in Venice, Italy, we are able to log on to any one of the estimated 1.5 million public WiFi networks available Continue reading the story "3 Tips to Protect Yourself when Using Public WiFi"

Cloud Surfing for Realtors Part 5 of 5

Posted on: December 16th, 2011 by
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Birmingham Mortgages by The Mortgage Hunter

So far this week we've covered Gmail Offline, Boomerang, IFTTT, and Chrome Remote Desktop to expose the awesome powers of "the cloud."  For info on all of those tools, read the blog posts from earlier this week. Today, Continue reading the story "Cloud Surfing for Realtors Part 5 of 5"

Cloud Surfing for Realtors Part 4 of 5

Posted on: December 15th, 2011 by
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The Mortgage Hunter - Birmingham Mortgages

So far I have introduced you to ways to control your Gmail account, while not on the Internet with Gmail Offline, to pump up your Gmail account with Boomerang, and to put your tech life on autopilot Continue reading the story "Cloud Surfing for Realtors Part 4 of 5"

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