I'm a mortgage lender in Texas and want to be able to promote my blog articles and read other Texas oriented blogs. So I now currently belong to....
I'm needing help with understanding how to manage my group participation and here's why. For example, take the group "description" for each group:
Lone Star Real Group = A place for those in the real estate industry and affiliated business's to network within the state of Texas.
Texas Real Estate = For the Real Estate Community of The Great State of Texas ...EVERYTHING posted here has to be about Texas or at the very least have Texas woven into the post
All Thing's Texas = A place to discuss issues, listings, trends, football ( all things Texas).
Does that help anyone? I'm still in need of some guidance because to me it seems that a post on "The Bluebonnet Festival in Nowhere, TX" would be posted in all 3 groups. Trends on coastal market values? Still all 3. Updates on the next Texas down-payment grant program?
So I read some of the articles to try and get a feel or "vibe" for each group. Apparently I'm not alone in this confusion. Take for example, the really good article by Carl Winters on Greune, TX which is posted in....
Lone Star Real Estate Professionals Group
Texas Real Estate Group
All Thing's Texas Group
or the really great article by Marchel Peterson on Property Taxes in TX which is also posted in all 3 groups. To add to my confusion, Marchel is a co-moderator of the Texas Real Estate Group!
Please understand, that I mean absolutely NO disrespect to any of the group moderators or participants. But if you read the featured article on the Lone Star Real Estate Group titled "Important Group Announcement" by Judi Morgan you see that this group in particular has suffered from lack of leadership and Judi is kindly volunteering to moderate and lead the group. Am I the only one that thinks a merger of these groups would make more sense?
So can somebody write me a scrip for prozac and help me understand why we need 3 groups that are seemingly the same?
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Ken Stampe is a Mortgage Loan Originator, Mortgage Author and Mortgage Loan Officer Instructor living in Dallas, TX. Ken provided his first client a mortgage loan in 1996 and writes about home buying and mortgages to help clients make smart home mortgage loan decisions. Contact by email at Ken@KenStampe.com
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