My first blog

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Real Estate Agent with Gemini Realtors

I have tried several times to post a blog and each time it hasn't done what I asked it to.  Alas, here I am again!  I refuse to be beaten by a computer web site.  I will learn how to do this if it kills me, and it very well may!!  Seriously,  I am exited to think there is a place I can go to get insiteful information and feed back from other members of my profession.  I am also exited to think those members can offer insite into what is happening in other regions as far as the real estate market.  I have learned here in Oklahoma that the National News can be very broad and not address local concerns of every market.  We have been very fortunate to be insulated from the hard times the coasts have experienced and my heart goes out to everyone trying to make a living in those areas. 

I have alot to learn about the technological side of the Real Estate industry.  I feel like a sponge, there is so much to learn and it just keeps changing so quickly.  I'm still trying to figure out how to sync my smart phone with my outlook and it takes a team of people.  At least I know how to spell sync.  I am making progress!

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A. J. Fischer
Keller Williams Ft Myers & The Islands - Fort Myers, FL
CDPE, CRS, ABR, GRI, ASP, CREA, SFR

Welcome Linda..AR has some great information on how to learn to blog, find things how to get started.  I started a little over a month ago and some advice I got was to write about things you know and like. Humor is great and so is adding little pictures to help tell your story. But one other thing was to look on things you've already done in your business, like letters to your sellers, information you have given to others.  Good luck and enjoy .  AJ Fischer  Banner Elk NC

Sep 16, 2008 12:15 PM #1
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Linda Littlejohn
Gemini Realtors - Choctaw, OK

AJ, thank you so much for the tips and encouragement.  As you can tell, I'm still a little intimidated but I know I'll get it eventually.  I was exited to see the changes they made to the customizer.  That is going to be the next thing I tackle.  I figure once I gete everything set up I can get creative.  It's gonna be fun once I get the hang of it.

Sep 30, 2008 10:19 AM #2
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