posting your email

Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams

There are lots of ways that we get junk mail.  Anytime you post your email in a forum or blog or community (like AR) you leave yourself open for more of it.  One way that you can do it safer is to use words instead of the symbols in your address.

Example: chad at insertrealestatecompanyhere dot com

That vs

If someone legitimately wants to contact you, they can.  They will take the time to 'edit' the address listed so that their message will reach you.

Until later


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Respect Realty LLC
Respect Realty LLC - Milwaukie, OR
Brokers - Oregon / SW Washington Real Estate


I think it is important to make it easy for your clients to reach you and I think you will find it better to use an outside service that allows the person to send you the e-mail in and then type in a word verification in rather than trying to translate what you put in your post. I think you will find you will lose a lot more business that the amount of spam you would have received in the first place. (8-2)

Welcome to the rain,

Todd Clark, Helping Families Home -


Dec 03, 2008 04:23 AM #1
Kirk Westervelt
Van West Realty - Greenville, SC Realtor -Short Sale Expert! - Greenville, SC
Kirk Westervelt, Broker In Charge, Van West Realty - CDPE - Short Sale Agent - Home for Sale - Greenville, Simpsonvil...

Hello and welcome to Active Rain! I encourage you to learn from others, share your knowledge and experiences with all of us, enjoy yourself, and try to log in and join us in the Active Rain community as frequently as possible. I look forward to your future blogs and comments! Take care, --Kirk.

Dec 03, 2008 01:05 PM #2
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