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ActiveRain is a vital and growing network. Since inception we have grown by an average of 5% per week and it doesn't look like the growth is slowing down! We believe the more traffic we can drive to ActiveRain the more business our members will generate from the site. The second graph down repre...
Columbia Realtor uses MySpace.com profile to find clients - c/o Joel Burlsem on the Inman BlogPictures on Flickr from a presentation given by Facebook - posted by 500hats Urbanseeder - an interesting social dating network / experiment (Not that I am looking for a date, happily married)Tool effic...
A collection of posts or links, outside of ActiveRain, from the last week or so that I found interesting:Scoble on Real Estate BloggingSeth Godin on PotlachFuture of Real Estate Marketing informs me of a cool new idea: Top Commenter's RollEveryone needs a 30 sec TV Show Opening pitch - not sure w...
Good blog posts require good blog fodder (defined as "an interesting idea, story, or link. Referred to as blog fodder when your first reaction is to use it in your blog." see Urban Dictionary.), so I am going to start sending interesting books to interesting ActiveRain bloggers. Now to be clear, ...
Late next week we are working towards a beta launch of an exciting new ActiveRain product. It will be our first attempt at making money and we would like to work with 10-12 Rainers to help us design and test this product. We are looking for a cross section of our users; new members and long time...
Wow! Angela Haralson knocks our socks off with some amazing photos of Oregon's coast line with her series of pictures on Curry County's Gold Beach. Well done Angela!
Congrats Jeff Craig for the featured photo of the day (300 points). Your photo taken in Carroll County Virginia is beautiful! Runner up was a great nightime picture of Downtown Portland by Tony & Libby Kelly. I would also like to note that Shannon Elizabeth uploaded many more stunni...
I was inspired to write this post after viewing the video below. Steve Jobs is recognized as one of the greatest presenters of our time. A key to his success is the structure of his presentations. I have outlined the structure below. Stage 1 - Huge (Where we have been): Here the speaker is seeki...
I have fallen behind on reviewing and selecting the Featured Posts, so I am reaching out to the ActiveRain community for help! If anyone would like to help us select the featured posts for the next 2-3 days, please leave a comment on this post. I will select 1-2 people for this first couple days...