Exclusive Interview! Sherry Chris and Wendy Forsythe chat with Brian Boero, co-founder of 1000Watt Consulting, to discuss what he feels is standing out at NAR
This week began with the bombshell regarding NAR/RPR that was first reported last Friday by Brian Boero of 1000watt titled: RPR Madness: NAR unleashes national
The U.S. economy appears to be on the road to recovery. Yet mortgage delinquencies continue to rise holding back any relative upbeat assessment since foreclosures
What is link bait? Why do the best blogs incorporate this into their blogging? AssociatedContent explains what link bait is and how you use this
Marketing Experiments blog did a great job of compiling a list a must read Twitter tips for business all in one post. Just when you
Have you ever stayed at a Ritz Carlton Hotel? Bought a pair of shoes, or returned them at Zappos? These two companies immediately come to mind when you think about exceptional customer service. While the two companies couldn’t appear to be more different, when you drill down, they are very much alike in their core values and business and leadership principles.
Providing exceptional service begins with understanding the customer. In case you haven’t noticed, the needs of the customer have changed a lot in the past few years, and will continue to evolve. Creating an exceptional customer experience doesn’t mean you have to be twice as good as your competitor, just be a little better. That’s easy if you have the right culture in place.
Bill Gates, Barry Diller and about a billion dollars in venture capital have been thrown at real estate. Yet for the most part, the transaction today looks almost identical to what it was back in 1990. Brian Boero from 1000wattconsulting takes a peak at real estate past and present. He wonders if we have reached the end of the real estate story or not. This is a riveting post worth reading.
Lon Cohen, writer and Director of Communication at als-ny.org publishes 7 Ways to Approach Twitter published on Mashable that includes a litany of great links to learn by example.
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