Geared to Real Estate Industry Professionals.
It's pretty clear that a lot of Real Estate Professionals are struggling with the new social media wave that has overtaken many forms of online communication. Many people check their Facebook pages more often than their email these days. And Twitter has become the most effective customer service interface for many companies. If agents and brokerages are going to appeal to and attract new clients they are going to have to embrace these technologies or learn to accept that they are part an increasingly limited sphere of humanity.
The panelists include some of the area's better known social media maven's and should be quite insightful.
Dan Mc Comb, co-founder of Biznik.com, named Seattle's top 25 most innovative entrepreneurs by the Seattle Business Monthly, will speak on social and business networking, including Facebook and Twitter.
Denise Seavitt, CEO of Seavitt Real Estate, will discuss web marketing and database management.
Rich Jacobson, Community Manager of Activerain, will cover blogging, localism and community building.
This seminar is being moderated by Claudia Wicks of Real Estate Base Camp. Her background includes developing nationally acclaimed training programs for Coldwell Banker and John L. Scott and being the National Director of Training and Real Estate Content for HouseValues.
The price is dirt cheap at only $10 (and a can of food for Northwest Harvest) and will be a teaser for RE Base Camp's more intensive courses for those who decide to dive in and want help. It's being held at SKAR on April 29, 2009 from 9-10:30am. Surprisingly RE Base Camp does not have any online registration capabilities. So you'll have to call to make your reservation: 425-974-1011.(click here for PDF flyer)