Participation is King

The graphic you see at the start of this post has appeared at the bottom of the middle sidebar on the right for over a year now.  The graphic states, “I make comments participation is king”.  Tyson Crosbie created that graphic for those of us that participated in his soft edit comment process to proudly… Continue reading Participation is King

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Thinking on two wheels

I’m currently planning my cycling events for the year and working to get back into better riding shape, now that the worst of the heat of the summer is starting to inch behind me.  I’m already registered for The Tour of the White Mountains (TOWM) and El Tour de Tucson (ETT).  TOWM is October 3,… Continue reading Thinking on two wheels

Realty Executives Quarterly Evemt

I spoke this morning in a breakout session about Social Media and blogging. We had about 60 people attend the session. It was a nice warm up for RE BarCamp, which is next week.

Does it make sense to close comments on older posts?

My primary real estate blog, Phoenix Area Real Estate Blog, is starting to get a ridiculous number of spam comments lately.  I’m sure it’s nothing compared to the big boys, but for me, it’s a continual annoyance, with several hundred spam comments per week.  Fortunately, the anti-spam software is working, and none of those comments… Continue reading Does it make sense to close comments on older posts?

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On the panel

At the Dale Rector school of real estate for Realty Executives.

On the panel

At the Dale Rector school of real estate for Realty Executives.