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January 08, 2013

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MicroSourcing

Tech-savvy entrepreneurs can really increase their chances of closing a sale, especially if there are any products or property that can be showcased online.

doug eymer

David:
Thank you for the fine article. This has been a fun project, and with the encouragement of people like you–I know that this will become part of my morning routine, no matter where we move.

As you know, I am a big believer in outside the box thinking and skipping the record whenever possible. Even in today's wackily whirling world of constant change, it is far to easy to fall into the cookie cutter rut of conformity.

Time and time again, I have seen evidence that throwing bags of money at a problem are ineffective. Innovation is the key. That's why you will never see me in a beige cubicle!

Cheers. Doug Eymer

doug eymer

David:
Today's episode #132, is trending fast on 500px. Currently taking second place in my collection. http://500px.com/photo/22866767

Getting really great feedback from your post!
Cheers.
Doug.

David Meerman Scott

Doug - that is a cool shot. Thanks for the heads up!

Long Beach PC Expert

Brillant! Thanks for the clever idea! Truly of great help for people working on realty business.

Paul Sanders

Too little information really is an incentive for customers to remain conservative and not make a purchase. The more experience you can give them with a product, especially through multimedia stimulating more of their senses, the more likely you will be to get them to convert.

Mehr S

What a great idea to use Pinterest and other photo sharing sites to sell a home. I can see how having a link to a Pinterest page can definitely raise the appeal of a property for sale. When looking at properties online, I always skip past the ones that don't have pictures. The only problem is that many homeowners do not know how to take great photos of their houses and how to sell it through the photos. Amazing photos and great how you incorporate so many videos into your posts.

Branko j

I think its eaven better to spread it on facebook make a page or something and google+ with authorship,great way to spread a home word.

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