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In the past I have written several blog posts about Jen Goodman Linn and Cycle for Survival.  Jen Goodman Linn and her husband David Linn were HBS classmates of mine.  Jen was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer when she was 34.  Dave wrote a powerful piece in the Huffington Post today called "H...
Yes, Virginia, there is a Community Manager Appreciation Day!  The 4th Monday of January each year is officially Community Manager Appreciation Day.  This is the day when online communities show appreciation for their community managers by sending them sincere notes and tweets using the hashtags...
ActiveRain has early access to the FaceBook Graph Search.  Here is what FaceBook Graph Search means for your real estate business and 3 things you should be doing today to take advantage of the roll-out. Given the amount of social media engagement here at ActiveRain, the team here at ActiveRain w...
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Learn four unique content techniques from the preeminent real estate bloggers and writers at the Wall Street Journal, New York Times,, and The Real Deal.  (For those of you who did not catch the Spinal Tap reference, watch this clip on taking your blog to 11.) We at ActiveRain spend a...
    Breakdown of Inman Real Estate Connect New York City 2013 I just returned from a week in New York City at Inman Real Estate Connect New York City which took place from January 16-18, 2013.  It was good conference with lots of powerful insights. Key Trends: General market bullishness from ALL ...
ActiveRain is a great and special place on the Internet due to the power of the ActiveRain community.  Our community is very active and we produce a significant amount of original content each month in the form of original blog posts, comments, and now reviews.  Each month we are creating close t...

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