If you blog or maintain visibility on Facebook or Twitter, you know these can be effective tools for keeping your name before clients and prospects. The downside to social networking, though, is the time and effort involved, which can detract from other responsibilities of a real estate career. Look for more tools like HootSuite, which give you a dashboard to make social media more manageable endeavor.
Using his communication gifts to connect with members, 2012 NAR President Moe Veissi offers guidance through tumultuous markets.
Gil Mercurio stepped down after more than three decades as CEO of the Westchester Putnam Association of REALTORS®, N.Y.
Ann Guiberson, CAE, said goodbye to the REALTOR® family in December after 32 years of serving several associations, most recently as president and CEO of the Pinellas REALTOR® Organization, Fla.
The focus of this year’s AE Institute, March 16–20, Louisville, Ky., represents a shift from the association-building and management issues of the past to the issue of how associations can enhance their members’ business success.
The standard convention is a simple cyclical equation: Attendees pay a fee for education offered by the association, event sponsors pay a fee to get their products in front of those attendees, and these fees cover the cost of the event.