RISMEDIA, May 17, 2010—Do you want to get more involved in social media but aren’t sure where to start or maybe how to maximize its return on investment? If so, you’re not alone.
Whether it’s learning how to create your own social media profile or how to maximize your blog, or how to integrate your current print marketing initiatives, RISMedia’s Leadership Conference—The Real Estate Social Media Summit—has you covered.
The official conference of the Top 5 in Real Estate Network®, RISMedia’s Leadership Conference will be held June 9-10, 2010, just outside of New York City at the beautiful and conveniently located Hilton Rye Town in Westchester County, New York.
This year’s conference will take the form of a summit on real estate social media and mobile strategies for both brokers and sales associates to help real estate professionals best meet the demands of today’s home buyers and sellers. There will also be a track dedicated specifically for brokers, as well as additional business development and marketing sessions for all.
Here’s a peek at some of this year’s most anticipated sessions:
• Where to Start – Getting the Most Out of Social Media in the Least Amount of Time
• Using Your Blog As a Call to Action
• Building Your Social Media Profile
• Creating Differentiation through Social Media
• How to Integrate Print Advertising and Social Media
• How to Maximize Hyperlocal Marketing
• Becoming an Information Age Real Estate Company
• Creating a Mobile Real Estate Solution
• The Art and Science of Converting Brokerage-Generated Internet Leads
• The Effect of Distressed Properties on Your Business
• Improving Your Negotiating Skills
• Enhancing Agents’ Value Proposition to Consumers
• What’s In Your Listing Presentation?
• Recruiting Is One Thing…Then There’s Retention
• What Message Are You Sending? Advertising in 2010 and Beyond
For a complete list of sessions, visit http://rismedia.com/ events/leadership-conference/sessions.
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