New? Useful? How to spend your time on the web…

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Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Professional Associates

I was just going through my notes from CDPE class and thought I would share this.  The instructor was awesome and had a great trick for getting us all back into our seats on time – he offered up useful websites!  So here they are – maybe some are useful – maybe not – but if you need some surfing content when you have a few minutes to spare (or are waiting for your oil change) check them out.

  • unhearit.com :  site plays a song to get a song out of your head
  • issue.com :  publish your ezine for free
  • online-convert.com :  converts any video/media/doc files for free
  • rewordio.us :  domain name picker
  • workflowy.com :  online list maker (claims to organize your brain!)
  • allconnect.com :  sets up all your utility bills
  • wufoo.com :  online form builder
  • supercook.com :  you can input the ingredients you have in the house and it generates recipes to cook from what you have
  • weebly.com :  free websites
  • spoofcard.com :  online phone calls but you get to pick what phone number is displayed
  • joinme.com :  free site for webinars
  • guro.com : copyrighting site
  • snagit.com :  screen capture site
  • jing.com :  screen capture/video capture site
  • and a few of my own favorites:
  • tripit.com :  combines the data from several different travel sites into one and includes the weather
  • thehousedirectory.com :  searches over 3.500 different websites for home furnishings
  • smart-kit.com :  online collection of puzzles, games and brain teasers
  • seatwave.com :  the craig’s list of concert and event tickets

ENJOY!  Let me know your favorites!

 
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Rainmaker
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Thanks for sharing. I'm only familiar with a few on the list - Snagit software has been a staple of my software library for years. It is updated at least once a year and gets better and better. I use it many times every day. It captures everything, allows editing, and outputs in just about every format.

Aug 02, 2011 11:25 AM #1
Rainer
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Sheryl Gassman
RE/MAX Lifestyle Realty - Branson West, MO
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I think I can use some of these... thanks for sharing!

Aug 02, 2011 11:25 AM #2
Rainer
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Colin Call
RE/MAX Integrity - Eugene, OR
Principal Broker

Amy, Thanks for sharing. I will try a couple of these out.  Again, Thanks, Colin Call, Remax Integrity, Eugene, OR 541-579-1615

Aug 02, 2011 11:33 AM #3
Rainmaker
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Patty Clark
Morningside Homes, LLC - Aurora, CO
Helping Families Move with Care

Amy, there are so many web sites out there to choose from.  We just don't know where they are.  This is a great list to try out. Thanks

Aug 02, 2011 11:38 AM #4
Rainmaker
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RE/MAX Professional Associates - Worcester, MA
Broker, Realtor, CPA, MBA (MA & CT)

You are welcome!  I thought it was great way to keep us all coming back into the room on time too - good idea for managing time schedules during presentations with a large group.

My favorite is the workflowy - VERY easy to share with others that might not be on your same platform (outlook vs gmail etc)

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