21 August 2009

Friday Blog Scan: Things We Liked from the Week That Was

Mellow Billow brings us the Top 100 Best Social Media Books, ever. If you were to read anyone of them, I think you would be 100% better at social than you are right now. Imagine if you read all of them. ‘Nuff said.

Get out your surfboard. Wax up your game plan. Another foreclosure appears to be on the horizon. At least according to Bigger Pockets who offers four reasons why and five things you can do to hang ten.  Surfs up! Here comes another foreclosure wave

For the here’s something cool part of the blog, check this from Microsoft Office Labs. Vision 2019

With new media economy turning the old on its head, and marketers seeking alternative ways to measure the impact of their online investments, Harry Gold from Clickz provides 11 things to measure beside clicks and conversions.

Twitter seems to think that Geolocation is very important to the future of their service. Which is why they are planning to attach location to your tweets. We agree. The implications for real estate are considerable. What do you think?

2 thoughts on “Friday Blog Scan: Things We Liked from the Week That Was

  1. I think geolocation will be an interesting addition to Twitter, as long as it doesn’t turn into “big brother”. I wanted to let you know about TweetLister.com, a fast-growing tool for posting, managing, scheduling and searching real estate listings on Twitter. We just announced our Version 2 release, featuring enhancements that add tremendous value and marketing power for all its users. The service remains a free, fast, simple, user-friendly way to place your real estate listings on Twitter, and enhancements transform the service into a versatile, full-featured, must-have tool for marketing any property.

    The website is located at http://www.tweetlister.com.

    Version 2 features are: Enhanced Listing Details, including more photos, more property features, personalized links to your website, and more; Broker/Owner Profile Information and Dedicated Listings Pages, including a page with your bio and all your listings; Associate Multiple Twitter Accounts with one TweetLister Account, so you can post properties for different regions, or different types of properties, or individual brokers to their own Twitter accounts; New Search Features, so you can now search by City or Neighborhood, State, Country, Keyword and Minimum and Maximum Price; and the ability to Add Listings in Bulk, a custom service.

    I hope you will take a look at the site and consider mentioning it on your blog!

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