I knew when I began reading Danial Rothamel back in 2006 that he was highly underestimated, and overlooked on many levels. I’ve watched several large multi-author blogs overlook Daniel, multiple times (I guess vanity can sometimes affect judgement), but I knew when agentgenius.com went live, I’d want to work with Daniel- and my predictions were correct.
In case you didn’t already know, Daniel chronicled his way through this past week’s NAR convention in Las Vegas as a man on the street real estate reporter using his camera, his trusty Zebra Shirt (referee stripes), twitter, and an internet connection. He gave play-by-play updates on many of the talks he took in and gives real insight into what he saw and experienced at NAR.
Spend a few minutes on Real Estate Zebra and see what Daniel has done using a lot of the technology Daniel talks about here and on Zebra and you’ll see exactly why Daniel is our Genius in the Spotlight.
There’s no way everyone can do what Daniel is doing, and your consumers have no interest in the NAR convention, but- this same technology is available to you to use on a mass of levels and Daniel is simply encouraging you to find an application that satisfies your audience and brings them into the conversation.
Daniel’s Agent Genius Posts
- Not Going to NAR? Follow Along on Your Phone
- Welcome to Social Media for Real Estate 101: Twitter
- How Your Business Can Benefit From Social Media RIGHT NOW
- I Wish More Real Estate Bloggers Would Use Twitter
I’m sure Daniel has a lot to say about NAR, Who he met, and what he thinks the future of real estate is- so stay tuned!
Don’t forget to give Daniel your feedback, what impressed you, ask questions, and certainly some pats on the back if you want more!
November 16, 2007 at 4:06 pm
NAR was a blast.
Didn’t get to meet up with everyone but still was able to put faces with the names
November 16, 2007 at 8:24 pm
Another unforseen benefit of the convention is that I’ve got blog post topics for weeks, both for here and for realestatezebra.com. Stay tuned. . .
November 17, 2007 at 2:51 am
I can’t tell you how proud we are to have Daniel as a VAR member.