RISMEDIA, October 20, 2010—It is hard not to notice what consumers want these days: information. They crave it. Gone are the days when real estate professionals held tight to property details and neighborhood information. Now, any consumer can find that with a click of a button. So how do you, as the real estate professional, once again become the resource in consumers’ minds? By learning all you can…and educating them. At RISMedia’s 15th Annual Power Broker Forum—Information Share = Market Share—to be held next month during the NAR Conference and Expo, top brokers will dissect this very topic.
During the 90-minute session, panelists will:
-Educate attendees about the importance of actionable real estate content, which they, in turn, can strategically insert into their individual offline, online and social media practices
-Identify how to create relevant relationships with consumers
-Identify how to use the “third screen”—the mobile Web—to better communicate and educate consumers
Here are the details on the event:
What: RISMedia’s 15th Annual Power Broker Forum
Topic: Information Share = Market Share
Date: Friday, November 5
Time: 2:30-4:00 p.m.
Location: Morial Convention Center
John Featherston, President & CEO, RISMedia
Allan Dalton, CMO, RISMedia
Georgianna Finn, Broker/Owner, Coach Realtors
Todd Hetherington, CEO, Century 21 New Millennium
Peter F. Hunt, Chairman & CEO, Hunt Real Estate
Seth Kaplan, President, Mobile Real Estate ID
Ed Krafchow, Chairman, Better Homes and Gardens Mason-McDuffie Real Estate
Rei L. Mesa, President & CEO, Prudential Florida Realty
Bill Plattos, General Manager & EVP, First Team Real Estate
Greg Rand, CEO, OwnAmerica.com
Dick Schlott, Chairman & CEO, Gloria Nilson Real Living, Realtors and RLS Realtors
All NAR day-conference and full-conference attendees are highly encouraged to attend this event. Seats will fill quickly.
Look for more stories, including speaker biographies, in the coming days and weeks.
For more information, please visit www.rismedia.com/events/power-broker-forum-annual.