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Writing Tips for the Digital Native

Let’s face it. No matter who your customer is or what type of transaction you represent, each one of us can improve our digital communications. Whether you are exchanging e-mail, posting to social media, or texting, how you structure...
August 13, 2015

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

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...

Author Chat: Steve Van Yoder

By Melissa Dittmann Tracey Public relations and marketing expert Steven Van Yoder responds to your previously submitted questions about his book Get Slightly Famous (Bay Tree Publishing, 2007). When you live in a big city where networks are often...
September 4, 2007

Real Estate Tomorrow

By Stacey Moncrieff, REALTOR® Magazine John Tuccillo and James F. Sherry offer a detailed look at the new world of real estate in Click & Close: E-nabling the Real Estate Transaction (Chicago: Real Estate Education Co., 2000). What’s new,...
February 24, 2001