I’m downright excited about 2008! And one final link for the year: check out Jon Washburn’s predictions for 2008. It’s a great read!
…I would concur that realtor.com might dominate real estate search in 2008. But dominate is WAY too strong of a word because no one dominates real estate search today. To dominate a market, I’d think you’d have to have something approaching at least 50% market share… Let’s use eBay as an example (the numbers are […]
…in the bathroom. However, for this next year, I’m committed to doing a better job of cleaning up the house when it gets dirty. So if you like a crowded bathroom, you have only a few more hours to get in there before I clear it out!
…by real estate professionals in the comments of Danilo’s post where he describes how a Loudoun County official has been playing hard-ball in telling him to take down an assessment of the Assessor’s office. Interestingly, over the past few years, I’ve had multiple people tell me I had to take things down of Rain City […]
…apartment search? With only five listings in Brooklyn (push out the price range to show all homes), I must say I’m not impressed with FlyRig. Mashable compares the site to Craigslist, but I’m thinking HotPads is a more obvious competitor (and they have ~37 rental listings within the neighborhood of Bay Ridge within Brooklyn).
…”company blogs” over at FBS Blog. And his latest post on blogging as marketing shows that he knows how to strike the right balance of staying on topic without sounding like he’s giving a sales pitch. Without his blog, I wouldn’t know the first thing about FlexMLS. But based on Michael’s blogging, I’d consider FlexMLS […]
…you can be pretty sure they are trying to sell you a website product and they are hoping to play off of your inexperience. Let’s take Rain City Guide for example… Mary McKnight gives 8 steps to guarantee first page placement in Google. I’ve done EVERY one of these things (and more) on […]
…I believe him on two accounts: He resigned (was not fired). He is working on something interesting. I won’t say (even if I knew) what he is up to but would be fascinated to hear some speculation on what the Point2 team members who left should build. Is there any empty space left to build […]