Las Vegas RainCamp - it was AWESOME

Mortgage and Lending with Alterra Home Loans

Las Vegas RainCamp was absolutely fantastic.  Ben Kinney and friends did a great job at Las Vegas RainCamp giving us lots of great tools and ideas and backed them up with lots of relevant data.  Las Vegas RainCamp's presenters provided lots of great websites and tools to help us rank high on the search engines (especially google) and most of these sites and tools were FREE.  Ben and friends also gave some great ideas on how to implement these new tools and there was some (marginal - LOL) humor and entertaining YouTube videos thrown in for added dimension.

If you want to get a solid understanding of SEO (search engine optimization) and how to leverage social media such as facebook, twitter and linked in to work more efficiently, I highly recommend activerain and RainCamp.  Activerain and RainCamps (like Las Vegas RainCamp) are both great ways to get some new school instruction about the latest technologies and some old school networking.  I bumped into a couple of realtors who I have either worked with in the past or have wanted to work with - when you see associates on the same page trying to succeed with the same tools, you have a common bond that may help you to bridge a gap you may have previously had.  

Las Vegas raincamp was a great "bang for the buck" even if I had paid for the event.  I did pay for a rainmaker account and those are dollars that I think will be well invested.  As always, feel free to leave a comment on any of the content in this blog.  You are also welcome to contact me personally regarding this content.  I'll be back next year and I can't wait for my first coaching session.  I am an activerain and a Las Vegas Raincamp fan.  

Posted by

D. Jed Wunderli

Certified Mortgage Planner

Alterra Home Loans


Comments (1)

Vickie Nagy
Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate - Palm Springs, CA
Vickie Jean the Palm Springs Condo Queen

You will find that paying for a rainmaker account is the best investment you have made this year!

Apr 02, 2010 07:14 AM