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June 01, 2006


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Gene Molloy

Fortunately for those of us who have completed the e-PRO course pre-blogging module, we have BlogTalk. The blog is a powerful tool and can be used in so many ways. It is certainly a something for everybody kind of thing, and should definitely be incorporated into all aspects of the real estate universe.


ePro is smart to offer this. I'm a blog administrator, and the Realtors I've worked with are often so overwhelmed by the idea of writing something, let alone posting it to a Web site for others to read, that they miss out on a golden opportunity to get their name in front of more people.

Teresa Boardman

Like your blog :) I am also an e-pro from Minnesota. I looked over the new e-pro module. Can I say that I like typepad better than realtown on your blog? The internet crusade product has some serious limitations. Commenters can not leave links to their own blogs unless it is a realtown blog.

Naples Florida Real Estate

I had never thought about adding a blog to my site until recently but I have decided that I definitely will. I think it will be a great tool to empower sellers and buyers by giving them valuable information while also giving them a reason to come back to my site. The question is, should I put the blog right on my normal real estate site or should it be its own separate site?

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Frances Flynn Thorsen

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