Patricia S Harris
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I'm looking to pay someone to come to my Short Hills, NJ office and teach about 10 agents how to navigate around Evernote. Does anyone have any suggestions? I'd like to make it a live seminar for 2 to 3 hours where agents can bring their laptops and ipads and watch as Evernote is explained on the big screen at the same time. I appreciate any ideas! Thanks!
Hi Tony - I reach out for new or prospective clients on LinkedIn and many people connect with me who know agents in my office or who I have only met once. I should be more discerning about who I am connected with and will start culling that list very soon.
Hey Robin - we can be a tough bunch. I am glad you shared your point of view. I don't think anyone meant to attack you personally but many of us have strong opinions and have seen agents lose their licenses or pay big fines. I don't ways agree with what I read here, or the way it is delivered, but it can be useful info. Have a great day and don't let this stop you from sharing.
Not all vendors are like this, of course. Some truly want us to understand our own needs and how tech can and cannot help us with those needs. And the word "upsell" is not in their vocabulary. These are what I call the artists among the vendors. Here, I'm thinking of Inna Hardison and Jon Hardison as an example.
Karen: Correct, not all clients like to be on camera, but that doesn't diminish the value of having these videos as part of your marketing arsenal. IMO, these are among the most powerful things you can do to win new business. Let your satisfied past clients do the selling of you for you.