Event Date/Time: Jul 25, 2011
End Date/Time: Jul 25, 2011
Social Media is changing rapidly and many Realtors are getting left behind. Being left behind as a real estate professional or small business owner will be detrimental to the life of your business. But there is no need to be left behind. Learn from proven visionary, keynote speaker and Social media expert Stefan Swanepoel, the key Real Estate and Social Media trends that will change the way you do your real estate business.
Benefits of Attending:
â€¢Learn how major emerging trends in Social Media will impact your business
â€¢Discover the biggest Social Media mistakes that are costing you money.
â€¢Find out why ignoring Socia Media is a death trap and how to get out.
â€¢Learn about advanced strategies and cutting-edge tools that give you massive leveage.
â€¢Nework with top real estate professionals and business people.
No one researches more about change and trends impacting the residential real estate industry than Stefan Swanepoel. He always provides a balanced and objective evaluation of the market, highlighting the key players and facts of tomorrow.
Stefanâ€™s professional career has focused on identifying trends and changes in the real estate industry and is widely recognized as the leading visionary in this field. He has penned over 19 books, reports and whitepapers, over 1,000 published articles and given more than 700 presentations to over 300,000 people. His most popular books include the including the 1998 Amazon.com bestseller Real Estate confronts Reality, the annual Swanepoel TRENDS Report (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 & 2010) and the new Swanepoel SOCIAL MEDIA Report (2010).
He has received numerous awards including; â€œBusinessman of the Yearâ€ (Jaycees), has been ranked as one of the â€œTop 20 Most Influential People in the Real Estate Industryâ€ (Todayâ€™s REALTORÂ®), â€œOne of the Top 100 Most Influential Real Estate Leadersâ€ in 2008 (Inman News), â€œOne of the Top 25 Most Connected Real Estate Professionals Onlineâ€ in 2009 (Proxio) and â€œOne of the Top 50 People Who You Should Follow on Twitterâ€ in 2009 (Roost). He is also the co-founder of Real Estate Wiki, the largest free online real estate encyclopedia and resource.