I’ve been enjoying the ease of posting over on the 4realz Hotlist, so if things have been light here, it’s only because it’s so fast and fun over there. Definitely check it out and consider signing up to write your own microposts.
Also, the first day of BlogWorld (the REBlogWorld portion) has been a blast (Jeff has a great writeup on my presentation) and a bunch of others blasted the twitter world with updates and photos.
And finally, I sent out another weekly email this morning. Of course, the bulk of this week’s links and stories were from the credit crunch (ouch). If you want to get an update that summarizes the most interesting happenings around the online real estate space from the past week, it’s as easy as signing up!
I spent the better part of today completing the first draft of my presentation for next week’s REBlogWorld in Las Vegas! (If you haven’t registered yet, it’s getting late, but there is still time to sign up: afflilate link.)
For my presentation I wanted to create something a bit more advanced than I usual cover, so I decided to focus on the lessons I’ve learned from running Rain City Guide over the past three and a half years, as well as give tips to real estate professionals on how they can run their own group sites. Truth is, I’ve seen so many people try to intimate Rain City Guide over the years, but almost all of them have failed to catch fire… and rarely am I surprised since so few people do it right.
I’m calling the presentation “With a Little Help from my Friends” for reasons that will be obvious to most and especially those that attend.
And now I want your help. I’ve been talking about the Rain City Guide for so long that I feel like I must be missing some obvious stuff and would love your feedback.
Are there any questions you have about how Rain City Guide works? Are there any group blog topics or etiquette that you’d like to see me cover? And, obviously, if you ask a great question, I’ll make sure to answer it in the comments so you can benefit even if you don’t make it out to Vegas. 🙂
Bonus head’s up to other speakers: The BlogWorld folks put up a wiki page for each speaker that seems to be ranking pretty well on many of your names. I’d highly recommend taking a few minutes to complete your page. Here’s mine, Dustin Luther at Blogworld, as an example.