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What's the best course you've taken from an online training? For example, Lynda.com, Udemy.com, or a real estate specific course (not a webinar unless it was recorded and still available online). And why was it so helpful? If you've never had any "ah ha" moments from an online training, then no need to reply.
Anyone using Merge / MergeApp / MergeHQ? If yes, how do you get a hold of them? I've had an open support ticket for months, no exaggeration. I've tweeted, Facebook'd, and emailed multiple times... :-(
You're very welcome. I don't think consumers are lacking for data. They're lacking for understanding (i.e. actionable data). Apparently Chris Smith is working on something for his client that is custom because he didn't find anything "pretty" enough or with good enough usability to be considered actionable data. That's a big feat. I'm a numbers guy too (MBA with Finance concentration), so I love data and I'm almost bummed when I go to listing appointments and show comps and spout numbers and their eyes glaze over... I just love data and actionable information. It's nice when they realize I know the numbers and that's good enough for them (paying a professional), but I am a natural educator; I just love to share. :-) So I like those engineering clients and whatnot (except when they stump me ;- )
Jo-Ann McLellan Lots of ways to do this. Probably the easiest is to have it not show to people at certain companies or who like certain things. Although I'd say you may be better off to go to a CPM model instead of CPC that way you're only paying for impressions not clicks. I find depending on the ad that is a lot cheaper.
Okay...in NYC typically virtual agents are paid the same commission splits as in-house agents but they don't pay a desk fee to the broker....they have to put for true same level of work to close deals, they just do it from home. Anything that would happen that is considered out of order would probably have nothing to do with whether she is virtual or not.