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Creating a post to look like a website is in my opinion, a great way to market yourself and provide valuable information to the public on Localism.com. Many are doing this already, but for some, maybe this will help inspire and motivate you to put a little more into your posts’ for the Localism website. This is NOT a very good sample of a website looking page, but you get the “picture”. It’s giving your readers the choices and options, the same as a kid would have, from the local Ice Cream truck! (Remember These?)
Today, I received a call from a consumer who found my “Short Sale” post on Localism.com, and wanted more information about my blog. She asked if there were any agents in my area that might be able to help her. She’s a real estate investor. I immediately networked her with an agent (Viktor Manrique) in the area she was interested in. After I hung up, I had an after-thought, I should have combined other relative information with that post, regarding other issues like REO’s, foreclosures, trustees sales, even Active Rain MLS data. This would have been useful to her based on our conversation. She liked that it was easy to reach me from my post too.
The links above are just samples of what you can do to add to your Localism posts, and make them more valuable to consumers and other viewers. If you are good with HTML like Craig Schiller, and others on the rain, you can make your posts look like a website, and encompass more tools, products and services for your clients. If you’re “Not so Hot” with HTML (like me), there are members like Mike Mueller who have mastered the art of HTML, and you should take advantage of their knowledge and their services. 🙂 That’s Mike, The Mortgage Guy!
I hope you’ll find this post to be a useful “sample” of some Blogging ideas for Localism.com This, is just a sample, and is for “Members Only”. I am working on my actual Localism community “website post” which is coming soon. Feel free to click around, then comment. Active Rain has been a great learning platform for me, and the relationships I have developed here, are “virtually priceless!”
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