Monthly Archives: May 2010

A Taste of the Future of Marketing (No Crystal Ball Needed)

Tweet I’ve been somewhat heavily involved in social media marketing for several years, and involved in internet marketing for our company since 1997. I began my own online consulting business in 2009.  As such, I’ve seen a lot of changes take place over time. Here are a few potential surprises, depending on how long you’ve…

Eavesdropping on Your Clients (and Potential Clients) – A Couple of Tools to Help

Tweet It seems that just about every decent restaurant these days has a “receipt survey” in place. You know the kind I’m talking about, right? When I’m trying to pay for my meal, I get a long receipt with a code highlighted near the bottom. It’s always a little awkward when the server says, “Visit…

Avery Ranch Home for Sale – Austin, Texas – 10909 Casitas Drive – Offered at $222,000

Tweet One of our agents, Christi Baylor, has a new listing in highly desirable Avery Ranch.  It’s only three years old, and supremely clean.  Based on how the market seems to be moving lately, I doubt that this one will be on the market very long.      Features: 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms 1904…

Meadows of Blackhawk in Pflugerville – Home Sales Report – January through April 2010

Tweet As a resident of the Meadows of Blackhawk for over seven years now, I like to keep an eye on the property values in the area.  This stuff affects me, too!   Currently, there are 19 homes available in the Meadows, with an average asking price of $209,542.  The average square footage for these homes…

Don’t Know What You’ve Got (Till It’s Gone) – My “Relationship” with ActiveRain

Tweet I graduated from high school in 1988 in Dallas.  That same year, the hair band Cinderella released a song called “Don’t Know What You’ve Got (Till It’s Gone)”.  The song didn’t make a particularly strong impression on me back then, but I heard it a lot during a memorable time in my life, so…

Teaching a Class for Tomato University Tomorrow! “Real Estate Blogging 101”

Tweet Jeremy Blanton and I will be teaching an online class tomorrow (Monday, May 3rd) for Tomato University, at 2pm EST, 1pm Central time. It’s only $20 for 90 minutes of solid instruction, along with a Q&A session at the end.   Here’s a brief summary: This course will cover some of the most relevant…