Sometimes you deserve a second chance, not because you weren't fabulous the first time but because the timing and circumstances weren't quite right. You just got overlooked."
Does getting Featured here in The Rain sometimes feel like a roll of the dice? Not anymore. I'm always open to member suggestions on posts that should be Featured but somehow got missed.
Giving deserving posts more exposure is what Second Chance Saturday is all about. As you read blog posts during the week, be sure to tag me in the comment section of any post you wish to nominate as Feature-worthy. Then watch for it in the next edition of Second Chance Saturday.
Our Thoughts Are The Seeds Of Our Future
By: Lou Ludwig
"As I see it..."
Real Estate Is No Longer Local
By: John Meussner
"We live in a world of high tech communication where you can not only talk with someone 3000 miles away, but SEE them, on demand, as if they're face to face."
How To Sell Your Home When There Are Young Children In It
By: Kathy Streib
"...if you have children in your home, it’s important to recognize that they too will be moving and are experiencing some of the same anxiety that you are."
25 Home Inspection Nightmares
By: Stephen Fells
Pictures are worth a thousand words but no words came.
Carbon Monoxide and Your Oven
By: Charles Buell
"It may not be the Turkey that makes you sleepy."
The Surveillance Seller: The Latest Concern For Real Estate Buyers and Agents
By: Robert Siciliano
"At this point, it’s not even just traditional surveillance cameras that homeowners are using."
How To Give Your Clients The Best Real Estate Service
By: Tammy Emineth
"Customer Service is almost becoming a lost art. When we actually get exceptional service most of us are shocked and pleasantly surprised."
Grammarly - An App That Will Save Time On ActiveRain Posts
By: Sheri Sperry - MCNE®
"This app from Grammarly has saved me a lot of time because it is a real-time writing checker."
We'll Just Give The Buyers A Credit For The... Said The Seller
By: Sally K. & David L. Hanson
"In our experience, buyers imagine the cost of a replacement, repair or upgrade to be far more than it actually would cost..."
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A Rare Double-Feature:
I'm breaking one of my own rules here by Featuring a post that was already Featured on AR. It's too important not to give more exposure. I encourage you to reblog it to YOUR following as well:
Realtor Privacy In The Digital Age
By: Ryan Huggins - Thousand Oaks, CA
"How much is too much?"
"How do you remove information?"
"What else can I do to protect my privacy?"
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