Reorganizing the website and blog

Reorganizing the website and blog

Reorganizing the website and blog has been a major focus for the past few days. In the long run, it will make sense, but the short-term cost might have been pretty high.

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I’m still here

The truth of the matter is that there just aren’t enough hours in the day, and the flow of work for a real estate broker ebbs and floods. When it’s flooding, some things — like blogging — just have to take a back seat to the more pressing work of client care. (Can you imagine telling a client to hold on ‘cuz there’s a blog post to write? Not a conversation I’m ever going to have, that’s for certain!)

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Review, revamp and resolve

It did get me thinking, though, about what I am really trying to accomplish here. On the one hand, my goal with blogging is to give you information as an introduction of sorts into the world of real estate. Some of what I was trying to say was to help you understand the nuts-and-bolts of the business, and some was to give you an insight into the day-to-day reality of a real estate transaction.

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Blog post recap July 8-14

I finally moved back toward more regular posting, and get several posts put up this week. Here’s a recap.

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New blog post calendar

To get a better focus on everything I have to do, I’m incorporating a blog editorial calendar into my working style. So far, so good, with only one snafu when a draft post was tagged, “Scheduled” and went out into the world wearing nothing but a title.

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The opportunities are overwhelming

Every day I’m coming across new ways to do business that had not even crossed my mind a few years ago. The possibilities are coming at me so fast — and are so exciting — it feels like my head is going to explode.

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Many changes, much to do

Yes, look where I am. I’ve changed blogging platforms. Of course, that means I have created a whole new pile of work to get through. The tools I have at my disposal are improving, and I’m attempting to put them to best use.

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The key is starting

The key, though, is simply starting and staying focused on one thing at a time. The end will eventually present itself.

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Social media, its magic, and how I use it

It often strikes me how different the business environment is today than it was when I graduated […]

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