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Learning From the Funny Pages

Are you a self-taught webmaster, struggling with jargon-filled, build-your-own-website resources? Or maybe you just want to be a little more hands-on with your existing site. Believe it or not, a comic book might be just what you need. ...
October 10, 2014

‘Book Report’ Displays Benefits of Home Ownership

Have you seen this consumer advertising piece from the National Association of REALTORS®? I think it’s really smart, and not just because I’m a sucker for cute kids who enjoy reading books. Here’s the truth, though: The Field Guide...
August 13, 2013

Say ‘Hello’ to my Nerdy Friend

Walking up to the ballroom that promised a fast-paced, leadership-oriented session exploring “Online Tools and Apps to Increase Productivity and Awesomeness” at the Midyear Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo in Washington, D.C. earlier this month, I was a bit...
May 28, 2013

How Not to Repurpose Your Blog: 4 e-Publishing Lessons

Content is king, as the cliche goes. But writing blog entries can seem so unrewarding when you factor in the time and talent it takes to compose them. Sure, they may bring readers your way, but is it worth...
December 5, 2012

Author Chat: Video Blogging Pioneer Steve Garfield Talks About His New Book ‘Get Seen’

By Erica Christoffer, Contributing Editor, REALTOR® Magazine If you haven’t heard of Steve Garfield or seen his name floating around the social media world, it’s time to step into the light — the video spotlight, that is. One only...
March 15, 2010