Beginning Bloggers Bomb!!

Real Estate Agent with Century 21 Realty Group I

Ok, so lets start with a little background information.  I (Chauncyia -on the right) work with my mother Regina at Century 21 in Lafayette, Indiana.  One morning while deciphering the 101 things that Regina left on her usual napkin "to do list" she comes bouncing in the office telling me how important it was that we have a blog and that we needed a blog RIGHT NOW

So being the wonderful daughter, assistant, teammate, oldest and most responsible child, mother of her only grandchildren...... you get the point? I dropped the "to do" napkin and rushed to the internet to find and submit a blog.  I found activerain and submitted that TERRIBLE "Roll with the Punches".  Here's the kicker, not only was it horrific and so blah blah blah, but I actually thought I had done something!!!!

I realize I was WAY off base,

So this blog is to thank Michael Hutchins for being polite enough to respond, as well as to thank those of you who followed  the activerain guidelines and were polite enough not to respond! lol




Here's to becoming a better blogger!

Comments (3)

John Novak
Keller Williams Realty The Marketplace - Las Vegas, NV
Henderson, Las Vegas and Summerlin Real Estate
You have a real open and friendly conversational to your writing. Just find those moments or topics about real estate that you're passionate about, and I'm sure you'll put up some great posts. Good luck!
May 30, 2007 02:39 PM
Marchel Peterson
Results Realty - Spring, TX
Spring TX Real Estate E-Pro
I have really found doing Localism post are great for my business.  You don't get many comments on them but they shoot way to the top in the search engines for your area.
May 30, 2007 02:41 PM
Carmen Offutt
La Rosa Realty - Altamonte Springs, FL


Keep trying, and trying.  I also agree about writing localim posts is better for business. I recommend you read as much as you can about posting and how to make it "search engine friendly".

May 30, 2007 02:57 PM