True Gotham - Carnival is up..

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Real Estate Agent with 1

Carnival_girl A True Carnival is up over at True Gotham

*Why the Internet will never disintermediate Realtors - Part 1: It's the relationship,  stupid at    Three Oceans Took the first place

*The Power of Reputation by BlueRoof.com Blog

*Tearing Down A Brick Wall: The Problem With Sellers by Matrix

To read the rest of the winners head over to True Gotham

Congratulations to all and remember the next Carnival is over at Ubertor Real Estate Blog

Comments (12)

Scott Gormley
Oak Valley Mortgage-California Home Loans and Refinancing - Chico, CA

Thanks Christine,

I'll check it out :)

Scott

Nov 13, 2006 02:49 AM
Teri Isner
Keller Williams Realty at the Lakes - Orlando, FL
GRI, CRS, CIPS
Christine the first link would take a few hours to do it justice alot of information to absorb.
Nov 13, 2006 02:51 AM
David Spencer
Keller Williams Northland - Kansas City, MO
Show Me real estate in Kansas City
I will have to take a day off to cover all of the stuff.
Nov 13, 2006 04:08 AM
Ann Cummings
RE/MAX Shoreline - NH and Maine - Portsmouth, NH
Portsmouth NH Real Estate Preferrable Agent

Holy Cow Batman - LOADS of reading stuff here!!

I'll be checking it out later, and thank you for the links and heads up on the next carnival!

Ann Cummings

Nov 13, 2006 05:19 AM
Christine Forgione
1 - Whitestone, NY
Associate Broker
LOL Guys - they are all fantastic articles.  I wish that the hosts would mention all the entry's ya know.  Seven out of how many made the top?  Hmm - something I will work on.
Nov 13, 2006 06:49 AM
John Novak
Keller Williams Realty The Marketplace - Las Vegas, NV
Henderson, Las Vegas and Summerlin Real Estate
Always good to read outside the Rain to get some different perspectives and see what others are doing and saying in the blogosphere. Thanks for keeping us updated on the carnivals.
Nov 13, 2006 10:54 AM
Anonymous
Drew Meyers

Christine-

I do agree- it would be beneficial to some if there were a way to view all the submissions that were received. What do you think about listing all the submissions on the carnival of real estate weblog as a link post? Or having the host do one post highlighting the best and then another link-post with all the other submissions? Highlighting the best posts seemed to be what carnival participants wanted about a month ago when Greg Swann brought up the issue. If everything is included- the carnival simply becomes a link blog. I'll be interested to hear your thoughts on this issue.

Nov 13, 2006 10:58 AM
#7
Christine Forgione
1 - Whitestone, NY
Associate Broker
Yea - It would be a link blog fest and I think people would not read all of them - which I can understand why.  But, to give an over all of how many submissions were received would be good.  I like keeping the "winners" to a 10.  That is enough for people to go back and forth to and after 10 - you can get a bit punchy on reading.  But to give an over all is nice.
Nov 13, 2006 01:14 PM
Anonymous
Drew Meyers

Christine-

I think it might be beneficial to start using the MyBlogLog community page for the carnival of RE as a message board for hosts to exchange ideas: http://www.mybloglog.com/buzz/community/carnivalofrealestate/

It would be great to get hosts talking with each other so as to create the best carnival possible- I think MyBlogLog could be a great way to accomplish this.

Nov 14, 2006 05:21 AM
#9
Christine Forgione
1 - Whitestone, NY
Associate Broker
I will check it out Drew.. Thanks for the suggestion. But, let me ask you - arent there other bloggers posting the results there?  I dont want it to become where we are all posting about the same carnival... 
Nov 15, 2006 01:17 AM
Anonymous
Drew Meyers

Christine-

I apologize- but I'm a little unclear what you are asking. I wasn't thinking of posting any results there. I was just thinking of how to best enable hosts to collaborate on ways to improve the carnival. Does this make sense?

Nov 15, 2006 03:38 AM
#11
Christine Forgione
1 - Whitestone, NY
Associate Broker
Drew, yes NOW it makes sense.  I gotcha.. sorry. That is what happens when I try to multi-task. 
Nov 15, 2006 09:19 AM