Always can learn a lot from Debb Janes from her blogs on videos and this is one of them
YouTube Thursdays - March 10, 2022
Active Rain is a great resource if you're looking for sparks of creativity and inspiration. And, video marketing inspiration is no exception! For others, like us, who have a rural niche, these Rainers are good ones to follow.
Kat Palmiotti. First of all, you can't help but be inspired by Kat's ability to quickly establish herself as a rural land expert after a move from Monroe, New York to Kalispell, Montana. She's such an outdoor enthusiast, it's a natural fit. We both appreciate her series of videos featuring area wildlife. This one, about about wild turkeys, comes to life with the perfect music.
Toby Barnett. Toby hails from Snohomish County, in northwest Washington. He also specializes in rural properties. His new video series, "How To Build a Shop in Snohomish County," is brilliant. Many rural home and landowners LOVE their shops. Here's his introduction to the series.
Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573 . There's no way we can feature rural property experts in the Rain without including Andy. He's so good at what he does and I can't imagine buying property in Northern Maine without Andy by your side. We both really enjoy his easy laid-back style. Good one as usual Andy!
Mark Don McInnes, Sandpoint-Idaho. Mark lives in Sandpoint, Idaho. It's located in the northern part of the state and has many rural areas. As Mark will tell you, Northern Idaho also has some harsh winters. We really appreciate the creativity in this video showcasing a must-have tool if you live there.
Hope you enjoyed the videos. Have a great Thursday.
Debb Janes Bernie Stea
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We help buyers and sellers in Camas, Washougal, Brush Prairie/Hockinson, Salmon Creek, Felida, and other Vancouver, Washington Areas.
We bring our passion for nature and beautiful environments to Real Estate. Multigenerational and family estates, country land and homes, and small farmsteads are our speciality.
We agree with our clients, "The true luxury of rural living is having elbowroom for the soul.