Power Prospecting and Renewing Referrals Using Social Media

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  • A LinkedIn profile is very similar to an online resume where people can see your current position within the company, past employment, education level, and websites to find more information. There are some quick tricks that will allow you to maximize your LinkedIn profile quickly and position yourself as the expert. Use the information that you have created from the template in Appendix A of this document to save time retyping sentences. On the left column choose Edit My Profile and begin copying and pasting.

    Here are some suggestions
    Name, title, industry should stand out among the rest among others in your profession but also not confuse the consumer. Instead of typing real estate agent, perhaps try REALTOR®, CRS, ABR®, GRI Specializing in Foreclosures in St. Louis
    Current position should include the dates that you have been working at the company, brief description of the responsibilities and a bulleted list. Long paragraphs are harder to read than bulleted or spaced lines.
    Past employment should include responsibilities and results. State in terms of sales volume, production, and tasks completed.
    Education from past colleges or other schools can be added to your profile. In addition state some of the coursework involved, activities, honors, or achievements as a result from receiving your certification or degree.
    The summary is a combination of your current and past work experiences.
    LinkedIn provides you with a unique website or Public Profile that will individuals can use to locate the profile. In the box underneath the websites choose to edit the public profile Link. Now type in your first and last name with no space and save profile. For example my link is http://www.linkedin.com/in/dougdevitre
    To ensure your profile can be found in the search box write your profile Key word heavy. Write down a list of 25 or more words that describe you, your business, and all of the different services provided. In the profile make sure that you have stated one of those words at least once. Avoid using the same word over and over again which can confuse readers.
  • LinkedIn gives you the opportunity to add up to 3 websites of your choice and defaults to six options. If you want to be more creative than the using the default choose other and start typing in the full URL of each website. Make sure to include the http:// in the address to make sure that the links work correctly.
  • If you don’t know the person and want to become connected with them you must have their email address. If you don’t have their email address then search Google for their first name, last name, the word email, and maybe their company name or position. Browse each paragraph to see if which links may include the email address or have a higher chance of finding it quickly.

    Build your database by downloading the LinkedIn Toolbar to your Outlook or uploading the .csv file and invite people to join your network who already participate in LinkedIn. Add a personal message instead of using the “I would like you to join my network”. Say instead, “I am excited to see you are using LinkedIn as a tool to communicate with like minded business professionals. I was hoping we could share some ideas that will help one another in our business. Please add me to your network so we can begin our relationship online.”
  • Applications are a new feature of LinkedIn and many are being added as time goes on.

    Some of the applications I have used are:
    www.WordPress.com – Any time I write a new entry to my WordPress blog the entry title and first few lines appear in my LinkedIn profile. This way readers can click on the link and go directly to the blog to read the rest of the entry and start more dialogue there.
    www.Box.net – Add PDF files, Microsoft Word documents, Excel files, and pictures to your Box.net profile and they will automatically appear in your LinkedIn profile if you have added the application.
    www.SlideShare.Net – Professional Microsoft PowerPoint presentations can be added to your LinkedIn profile using SlideShare. Add the application and anytime you upload to Slideshare it will appear in LinkedIn automatically.
    www.Amazon.com – Share your favorite books with others by creating an account at www.Amazon.com, add the application to LinkedIn, and add books that you have read, want to read, or can recommend to others.
  • Status updates are a great tool to let others know what you are doing and receive comments from your friends. This can also be called microblogging on Facebook. Post text that will jump off the page and invite others to comment on what you are doing at the moment or feedback from a question you have asked. This text is limited to less than 140 characters and may contain both personal and professional updates. Sometimes you will want to share a website or blog post that has a long string of numbers and characters.

    Here are some examples of status updates:
    I just taught a class in Orlando, Florida last week.
    To see the recap of the Orlando, Florida seminar on Marketing see http://tinyurl.com/558uvx
    I am writing a course entailed “Blogging for Beginners”
    Did you ever read the book “Four Hour Work Week”? If you did what did you think?
    Is anyone going to the Midyear Conference in Washington D.C. in 2009?
    New blog post to complete your family tree http://dougdevitredelivers.com/?p=1028
  • The parody of making friends on online communities has become a comical debate.  If you know them, like them, and trust them than of course you should be friends or join their network.  What about the others who may not know so well?  Here are a tests to run on these people to determine whether they will make the final cut.
    Friends of friends. Introductions from friends definitely speed of the process online as they do in person.  In MySpace, LinkedIn, and Facebook you can see who your friends’ friends are and ask them to join your network.  Purely the association of a friend can say this person matches similar interest, hobbies and business activites.
    Work in the same industry. You may be able to tell their job by their picture or description that is attached to the profile.  If you are looking to grow your network of associated professionals than sure why not add them as friends.  Every time you become a friend of someone it is like slapping a business card on their profile.  Friends of  your friend can see your entire resume, area of expertise, and niche that you serve.  The worst that can happen is they say no.  Again this is similar to real life situations.
    Have similar interests. Think of your favorite things to do.  Is is walking in the park, playing golf, or snowboarding in the mountains.  People like to share their experiences on their profiles with pictures, videos, or statements that express their opinion on the subject.  Add friends that share similar experiences so that you can learn from them as you share what you know.
    Send them a private message. If you just sent a generic message that says, “Hi, _____  wants to be your friend on Facebook”, or “Hi, ____ would like you to join their network on LinkedIn”, it has no personal touch and will reduce the likelihood of them adding you to their network.  Take a few seconds to introduce yourself or create a templated message that differs from the standard greeting.
  • Photos in Facebook are a great way to share live events that happen in your life.

    Here some ways you can use photos:
    Upload a professional picture to your main profile. This picture will now appear with every comment you make, note that you write someone else, and on every page within your own profile.
    Post photos of live events
    Post photos of happy clients
    Tag photos by clicking on the link, drawing a rectangle around the person, and the type name of the person that appears in each of the pictures. Next, the person who was tagged in the photo will receive a notification, and appear in both status updates and an item will be posted to both walls.

    Another way to post photos to your profile is using Flickr which we will cover in a future discussion.

    Instructors can use this to:
    Upload pictures of their classes
    Upload pictures of their students
    Upload pictures of examples used in class
  • Like pictures, videos can be uploaded and tagged. They show more emotion, animation, and expression than pictures or text. Each video has its own title, description and can be embedded into other websites.

    Here are some ideas for instructors to use videos:
    Produce video testimonials for students that attend classes
    Record video a demonstration of your website
    Produce a video explanation of the current market
    Record a live session from one of your classes.

    Videos from www.YouTube.com can also be posted to Facebook in the status updates
  • Setting up your profile on Twitter takes little effort since you can only add a limited amount of information.

    Here are the following ways you can set up your profile and communication preferences:

    Account. Choose your real name, username, email, time zone, website, one line bio, location and language preference.
    Set up your password with twit1234 as an example but choose your own more carefully.
    If you wish to receive updates via your mobile phone you can add the 10 digit number, turn updates on, and in the future update your profile by sending a text message to 40404 and then in the message type the message 140 characters or less.
    Notices will send you emails when some is following you or you receive a new direct message.
    Insert a professional picture
    Choose a background, color theme or create your own by uploading an image. If you upload an image you can choose whether you want it to tile across the page.
  • Please read Appendix G Photos for Social Media before beginning this module

    Flickr is one of the most popular social networking site for sharing photos online. It works with many of the other social media sites like WordPress, Facebook, Feedburner, and has the RSS feature to make photos appear on any website of your choice.

    There are many different ways to use Flickr included below but not limited to the following:
    Create profile that people can get to know you and your style of photos that you upload online.
    Upload photos into one convenient online location.
    Add titles, tags and descriptions so that photos can be found quicker online.
    Batch and organize photos into groups quickly.
    Create photo sets or albums to share with others.
    Share photos with other social media sites using RSS feed for photos sets.
  • Share videos with the world.  Create your own television channel for FREE with a username, password, and email address.  Add video tours of neighborhoods, listings, and attractions.  Produce videos that generate interest that members will want to subscribe to on a regular basis.  These may include live conferences, testimonials from members, or classroom instruction.
  • You must be logged into your account to upload videos. Videos have a maximum time limit of 10 minutes and no more than 1GB of file space.

    Upload videos to your account in a few simple steps:

    Choose upload on the upper right side of the screen.
    Choose browser for video. This is similar to inserting a picture into the MLS. Note that it is best to create a folder in My Documents called My Videos if none exists. Select the video and press OK.
    Choose upload video
    While the video is loading add additional information about the video.
    Title must clearly identify the purpose of the video and include key words when people search for the video.
    Write a description that defines the purpose of the video and why others should watch it.
    Add tags or keywords to each video that define the purpose of the video

    Note the tags should include key words from the title and first few lines in the description. This will help the videos rankings in the search of videos similar to these key words.
  • Once the videos have been uploaded to YouTube then each video will contain two different windows to share your videos with the world.

    URL – Each video automatically creates its own link that can be included in email marketing blogs or websites. Once the link is clicked on then a new browser will open and will play the video while including other related videos to preview on the side. Click on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XneiT8JM85Q as an example. This is the easiest way to share videos but has its own limitations.

    After the video is played other videos with similar titles and keywords will show afterwards distracting or confusing the viewer.
    On the right side of the screen others can see related videos with similar titles and keywords will show afterwards distracting or confusing the viewer.
  • Playlists are a series of videos to play in the order that you choose on your profile page. Think of playlists like creating a CD of your favorite music to play songs in the order you want. Once you have established some playlists then you can add the chosen videos to play in your blog or website in what’s called a Custom YouTube Player instead of adding videos individually.
  • SlideShare is an online community of sharing Microsoft PowerPoint presentations and other documents with the world. Individuals will upload their presentations, view other, make comments, send messages and form groups to help one another gain knowledge on subject matter.

    SlideShare allows you to create a profile, upload presentations, and then give you additional options to embed into your website or blog. Sharing information will position yourself as the expert in your marketplace as others will be able to see your content in many locations online.
  • Once you have created a profile on SlideShare you can now begin uploading Microsoft PowerPoint and other documents to your profile.

    Here are the steps:

    At the top middle of the screen click the Upload link
    Browse your computer for
  • Each slideshow or document that you upload to Slideshare can be reviewed under My Slideshows. Here you can quickly see the following:

    Name of presentation
    Author
    When presentation was uploaded
    How many have viewed
    Number of comments
    Tags

    My Slideshows is a good place to track online activity and see which presentations were the most favorite.
  • Share documents online without having to contact your website provider using a service called Box.net. Visit www.Box.net and create a profile with a username and password. This is a free application unless you start uploading several documents and want additional options to share and collaborate on documents.

    You can start uploading documents immediately. These can include and not limited to the following:
    .pdf (portable file document)
    .doc or .docx (Microsoft Word)
    .xls or .xlsx (Microsoft Excel)
    .ppt. or pptx (Microsoft PowerPoint)
    .jpg, .jpeg, .gif or any other type of picture files

    Once the files are uploaded they can be managed into folders. Each folder can be share documents online through email, blogs, or websites.
  • Once each file is uploaded it can be organized into folders which help you find files quicker and share them with others. Create and add new folders like you would with paper files at your desk. Box.net can serve as an additional backup to the documents you need away from your computer and be able to download them from anywhere with an internet connection. To the right of each file there are three options: actions, shared, and comments.

    In the actions menu you can:
    Download the file
    Upload a new version of the file
    Rename the file

    On the shared menu you can:
    Share file by email
    Share file by creating a hyperlink. For an example open this document http://www.box.net/shared/xungdrk721

    Other services like password protecting files, sharing large folders, and mobile settings are available for an additional fee.
  • In order to make your files accessible on your website or blog you will want to create a widget from Box.net that your can embed using the HTML source code. This requires you to follow the same directions as Embed HTML Source Code into Blog but I recommend inserting this widget into one of the columns that appear on your blog. Check with your blog software to see how to embed widgets in the blog so that every page displays the Box.net information.

    Notice that the HTML source code contains the characters width="460" height="345“. This shows how tall or wide the widget will be. Adjust the numbers carefully in order to make the Box.net widget fit the right size exactly in your blog.

    If you can copy and paste then you can embed this widget into your blog or website.
  • Power Prospecting and Renewing Referrals Using Social Media

    1. 1. Power Prospecting Using Social Media
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    5. 5. Current Responsibilities Manage accounting
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    7. 7. Current Responsibilities Manage accounting Personal life Sell
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    9. 9. Current Responsibilities Manage accounting Personal life Sell Volunteer Attend classes
    10. 10. Current Responsibilities Manage accounting Upload pictures Personal life Sell Volunteer Attend classes
    11. 11. Current Responsibilities Manage accounting Upload pictures Personal life Sell Volunteer Attend classes Search for homes
    12. 12. Current Responsibilities Manage accounting Upload pictures Personal life Sell Volunteer Attend classes Check title Search for homes
    13. 13. Current Responsibilities Manage accounting Upload pictures Personal life Sell Volunteer Attend classes Check title Search for homes Delegate
    14. 14. Current Responsibilities Manage accounting Upload pictures Personal life Sell Volunteer Attend classes Check title Search for homes Write my ads Delegate
    15. 15. Current Responsibilities Manage accounting Upload pictures Personal life Sell Volunteer Attend classes Open houses Check title Search for homes Write my ads Delegate
    16. 16. Current Responsibilities Manage accounting Upload pictures Personal life Sell Volunteer Attend classes Open houses Check title Search for homes Write my ads Delegate Prospecting
    17. 17. Current Responsibilities Negotiate inspections Manage accounting Upload pictures Personal life Sell Volunteer Attend classes Open houses Check title Search for homes Write my ads Delegate Prospecting
    18. 18. Current Responsibilities Negotiate inspections Manage accounting Upload pictures Personal life Take pictures Sell Volunteer Attend classes Open houses Check title Search for homes Write my ads Delegate Prospecting
    19. 19. Current Responsibilities Negotiate inspections Manage accounting Upload pictures Personal life Take pictures Sell Volunteer Attend classes Open houses Check title Search for homes Write my ads Advertise listings Delegate Prospecting
    20. 20. Current Responsibilities Negotiate inspections Manage accounting Upload pictures Personal life Take pictures Sell Volunteer Attend classes Open houses Check title Search for homes Write my ads Advertise listings Attend closings Delegate Prospecting
    21. 21. Current Responsibilities Negotiate inspections Manage accounting Upload pictures Personal life Take pictures Sell Volunteer Attend classes Open houses Check title Search for homes Write my ads Advertise listings Attend closings Manage a database Delegate Prospecting
    22. 22. Current Responsibilities Negotiate inspections Manage accounting Upload pictures Personal life Take pictures Sell Volunteer Attend classes Open houses Check title Search for homes List homes Write my ads Advertise listings Attend closings Manage a database Delegate Prospecting
    23. 23. Current Responsibilities Negotiate inspections Manage accounting Upload pictures Personal life Take pictures Write contracts Sell Volunteer Attend classes Open houses Check title Search for homes List homes Write my ads Advertise listings Attend closings Manage a database Delegate Prospecting
    24. 24. Current Responsibilities Negotiate inspections Show property Manage accounting Upload pictures Personal life Take pictures Write contracts Sell Volunteer Attend classes Open houses Check title Search for homes List homes Write my ads Advertise listings Attend closings Manage a database Delegate Prospecting
    25. 25. You expect me to do this too!
    26. 26. Why Social Media? • FREE • You can be found on the Internet • Build top-of-mind awareness • Decision makers participate • Easily outsourced
    27. 27. Share, Don’t Sell Share your experiences Share your expertise Share your photos Share your videos Share your business Share your personal life 7
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    29. 29. Know the Why Delegate the How 9
    30. 30. How much are YOU worth per 10
    31. 31. Post a Craigslist Ad 11
    32. 32. What is the content? • Articles • Pictures • Videos • Favorite websites • Audio • PowerPoint presentations • Online documents • Status update 12
    33. 33. Content Creation Skill Sets • Microsoft Word • Microsoft PowerPoint • Video editing software • Audio editing software • Picture editing software • Self hosted WordPress Blog • Database entry • Internet research and browsing 13
    34. 34. What is the right tool? • Blog • Flickr • YouTube • Delicious • Hipcast • SlideShare • Box.net • Ping.fm 14
    35. 35. Where does it go? • RSS feed • RSS reader • Facebook • Linkedin • Twitter • Blog • Email • Friendfeed 15
    36. 36. RSS
    37. 37. Every social media profile has its own RSS Feed 17
    38. 38. Example RSS Feeds • Blog • Blog comments • YouTube • Twitter • Slideshare • Flickr • FriendFeed !""#$%"&$'()$ • Del.icio.us "&*+,)$-."+$
    39. 39. Make multiple RSS Feeds one 19
    40. 40. www.FriendFeed.com
    41. 41. Add Social Media Profiles
    42. 42. Available Social Websites Choose frequently used
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    45. 45. Which Profiles do I 26
    46. 46. Recommended • Google Accounts • www.WordPress.com • www.FaceBook.com • www.YouTube.com • www.Twitter.com • www.FeedBurner.com • www.Linkedin.com • www.Flickr.com • http://Ping.fm • www.Box.net • www.SlideShare.net • www.FriendFeed.com
    47. 47. Create Social Media Profile
    48. 48. Social Media Template You Summary Work Experience Education Contact settings About Me Personal Associations Positions Activities & Websites Summary Movies Societies Honors Summaries Additional notes Phone #s Interests Music Specialties Email Activities Books Influences
    49. 49. Tips for Profile Template • Select 20 key words that describe your business. • Bulleted lists are easier to read than paragraph text. • Mention what people get as a result of hiring you. 30
    50. 50. Create accounts, usernames, & 31
    51. 51. Use the same username and picture across multiple social media profiles 32
    52. 52. Create Accounts • Username may also be email address. • Create a rule for your password. • Store information in excel spreadsheet. • Track: – Username – Password – Profile URL – Profile RSS feed 33
    53. 53. Spreadsheet of Accounts Login URL Username Password Profile URL Linkedin.com DougDevitre@ Link1234 http:// Gmail.com www.linkedin.com/in/ dougdevitre Facebook.com DougDevitre@ Face1234 http:// Gmail.com www.facebook.com/ DougDevitre Twitter.com DougDevitre Twit1234 http://twitter.com/ dougdevitre
    54. 54. Optimize Your Profiles
    55. 55. Profile Optimization • Each profile has unique questions to answer • Add hyperlinks to your social media profiles • Add applications • Integrate RSS feeds 36
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    59. 59. www.LinkedIn.com • Most professional social network • Your virtual resume online • Add connections who can hire you or refer business • Prospect for the perfect client • Recommendations from past clients • Add applications from other sites
    60. 60. Create LinkedIn Profile • Name, title, industry • Current position • Past employment • Education • Summary • Specialties • Public profile • Key word heavy
    61. 61. Choose Websites • Choose other on every single option • Type in what people get as a result • Paste hyperlink to specific web page
    62. 62. Edit Profile URL 42
    63. 63. Add Connections
    64. 64. Upload Contacts to LinkedIn
    65. 65. Personalization Increases LinkedIn Conversion Rate • Add a contact you know • Add a contact you don’t know • Ask for recommendations • Someone joins your network • Someone comments on your discussion • You comment on someone else’s discussion
    66. 66. Add Applications
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    68. 68. 47
    69. 69. Personal = Facebook Profile Business = Facebook Fan page 49
    70. 70. Facebook • Status update • Poke • Post to wall • Share multimedia • Facebook email message • Comment on photos & videos 50
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    73. 73. 53
    74. 74. Facebook Status Updates
    75. 75. Facebook Friends
    76. 76. Personalization Increases Facebook Conversion Rate • Add a friend you know • Add a friend you don’t know • Someone suggested you add a friend • Someone posted on Text wall your • Send someone a message with a hyperlink • Someone joins your group • Someone comments on your status update
    77. 77. Facebook Photos
    78. 78. Facebook Videos
    79. 79. Tips for Fan Pages • Create yourself • Name the page the product of your service • Post helpful business related content • Comment on your comments 59
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    83. 83. Why Twitter? • #2 social network • Easiest to use • Updated from phone • Information goes viral • Listen to what market wants • Minimal time commitment - 1 minute per day 62
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    85. 85. Create a Profile • Name • Username • Picture • Website • Online bio • Location • Background
    86. 86. Twitter Twang • RT = I am sharing someone else’s tweet • @B0bHale = I want Bob and world to know • #trcon = I want to update convention talk • Link = directs people to more content • @shadbogany = Want Shad/world to know • Text = description of link and notice 65
    87. 87. Triple Play Conversation on Twitter #TP09 Insert #TP09 in your next tweet Search.Twitter.com #TP09 66
    88. 88. Twitter Tools That Make You Money !""#$%&#'(")(*+''#,'-.( *+''/'(0(1")(&23"4'( *+&#5&6( *+&#2&-( *+''#7''8( 67
    89. 89. HootSuite 68
    90. 90. TweetDeck 69
    91. 91. Tweetie 2 for iPhone • Multiple Twitter accounts • Post photos • Quick search • Draft messages • Attachments • Offline mode 70
    92. 92. Twitvid for iPhone 3GS • Video tours • Video testimonials • Video of live events 71
    93. 93. TwitPic • Mobile uploads for pictures – Pictures of new listings for buyers – New FSBOs – Pictures from inspection – Pictures of life 72
    94. 94. TweetBeep • Online reputation management tool • Lead generation • Receive hot topics • Listen to your marketplace 73
    95. 95. Update from Mobile Web m.Twitter.com m.Facebook.com m.Linkedin.com 74
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    97. 97. 75
    98. 98. What is the right tool? • Blog • Flickr • YouTube • Delicious • SlideShare • Box.net • Ping.fm 76
    99. 99. www.Flickr.com • Create a profile • Upload photos • Titles, descriptions, and tags • Photostream • Create photo sets • Batch and organize photos
    100. 100. Hire a temp to take 300 pictures of the neighborhood, restaurants, and local landmarks for your own digital library of pictures. 78
    101. 101. Flickr Photos 79
    102. 102. Flickr Photo Sets 80
    103. 103. SlideShow Share • Picture 9 81
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    105. 105. 82
    106. 106. What is the right tool? • Blog • Flickr • YouTube • Delicious • SlideShare • Box.net • Ping.fm 83
    107. 107. www.YouTube.com • Create profile • Design the Channel • Upload video • Marketing videos • Playlists • Favorites • Subscriptions • Custom video players
    108. 108. Upload Video
    109. 109. YouTube Optimization The Title goes in the 1st few lines of the description and also in the tags. 86
    110. 110. Biggest Mistake REALTORS® Make YouTube video descriptions MUST include the broker’s name and telephone number. 87
    111. 111. Title, Tags, and Description 88
    112. 112. Marketing Videos • Email video link to clients • Embed video into blog • Post video to Twitter • Post video to Facebook
    113. 113. Categories of YouTube Videos • Video testimonials • Video tours • Video of neighborhoods • Video screen capture • Video of live events • Videos announcements 90
    114. 114. Playlists
    115. 115. 92
    116. 116. 92
    117. 117. What is the right tool? • Blog • Flickr • YouTube • Delicious • SlideShare • Box.net • Ping.fm 93
    118. 118. www.SlideShare.net • Create a profile • Upload presentations • My Slideshows • Share presentations • Create a slideshow Presentation Pack
    119. 119. Upload Presentations
    120. 120. My Slideshows
    121. 121. Insert Call to Action into the last slide with links to a special report and your blog. 97
    122. 122. What is the right tool? • Blog • Flickr • YouTube • Delicious • SlideShare • Box.net • Ping.fm 98
    123. 123. www.Box.Net • Create a profile • Create folders • Upload files • Sharing documents by email and hyperlinks • Embed widget to blog or website
    124. 124. Documents by Folder Buyers Sellers Marketing Company Broker disclosure Broker disclosure Flyer templates Broker policy manual Buyer presentation Listing contract Postcard templates Referral agreements Buyer agency agreement Listing presentation PowerPoint templates Training exercises Loan application Homeowner Business card Company roster Sample sales contract warranty template Company logos Homeowner warranty Condo supplement Social media Press releases Sellers forwarding MLS listing sheet template address Lock box List of suppliers Title and survey authorization Signs and riders authorization Flood letter Custom design Inspection notice Moving checklist Moving checklist Utility transfer Utility transfer Vendor list Vendor list Relocation package Relocation package
    125. 125. Password protect your intellectual property on documents before uploading to Box.net or afterwards for a fee. 101
    126. 126. Box.net Folders • Share documents by hyperlink • Share folders by hyperlink
    127. 127. Sharing Documents
    128. 128. Embed Widget to a Blog or Website <embed src="http:// www.box.net/static/flash/ box_explorer.swf? widgetHash=2t04hfpk40& cl=0" width="460" height="345" wmode="transparent" type="application/x- shockwave-flash"></ embed>
    129. 129. What is the right tool? • Blog • Flickr • YouTube • Delicious • SlideShare • Box.net • Ping.fm 105
    130. 130. http://Ping.fm 106
    131. 131. http://Ping.fm 107
    132. 132. Do you want me to come home with you? 108
    133. 133. Doug Devitre Delivers VIP Membership • Special PDF reports • Webinar Archives • How to Videos • Downloadable PowerPoints
    134. 134. Become a VIP Today and Save $19.95 per month $199
    135. 135. VIP Membership • 5 videos weekly that explain how to use tools you already own specific to real estate. • Weekly Downloadable PowerPoint presentation to edit, share, and use to present in your office, association, or workshops. • Monthly Webinar that explains advance concepts in real time allowing for question and answer specific to individual needs and video/audio archive of entire session. • Recent Blog Posts reminders of new thoughts, ideas, and concerns on the impact technology has on real estate. • Updates on Event Recaps of live sessions Doug Devitre presents at conventions, workshops, and seminars that include video, pictures, viewable PowerPoint presentations, handouts, etc. 115
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    138. 138. 16 Page Special Report 118
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    140. 140. VIP Access • VIPs have access to the entire digital library of resources and receive weekly reminders to implement new ideas. Become a VIP Today! 120

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